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Housework Good For Your Physical And Mental Health

According to this article and study, a little housework is also good for the body and brain.  It doesn’t take much.  Light activity here and there can go a long way.  Previously it was believed that only sustained activity that

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Simple Tips For Saving Money While Helping Fight Climate Change

Climate Change is a topic that is on almost everyone’s mind. Especially with the carbon tax and the recent report that Canada is heating up at twice the average Global rate. It is being constantly brought up and quite often in

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, April 9

Q:  To get the full benefit from this you should do this for at least 20 seconds at a time, 8 times a day. What is it? A:  Hug. “We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8

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10 Most Common Things Men Lie About

Whether they tell white lies or real whoppers, everyone bends the truth. Experts reveal the things men are most likely to fib about—and why. Their height A study in the journal Personality and Social Psychology assessing 80 online daters rated

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Study: Kids with bedroom TVs more likely to have behavior, health issues as teens

A study from the University of Montreal found that a TV located in a child’s bedroom deprives them of key developmental activities. The study also found that too much TV exposure could lead to social and emotional issues, bad eating

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5 Conditions You Think You Have—but Probably Don’t

Health issues in the news can lead to incorrect self-diagnoses—and even a misdiagnosis by a doctor. Here’s what you need to know to get the right information and the right treatment. Gluten sensitivity A spate of celebrities may swear otherwise,

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The Key to Healthy Aging? Moving More! 5 Ways Getting Active Keeps You Young

Adding small doses of physical activity to your daily routine can have a big impact on the aging process. Here’s how the simple act of moving more as an older adult can boost your energy and reduce your risk for

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Study: Children who play year-round sports have less overuse injuries

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A new study has a word of caution for parents if you have children who play sports.  As spring approaches and the sports season kicks off, there is a new warning today from sports medicine specialist at

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Life’s Simple 7 Good For Heart And Preventing Diabetes Study Finds

There are a set of behaviors that have been known to improve cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of heart related issues such as heart attack and heart disease. They are known as “Life’s Simple 7”, you are likely familiar

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Weight Gain During The Holidays

(WFSB) – Americans can gain up to 2 pounds during the holiday season, according to researchers. While that may not sound like much, researchers said that can add up over the years. There are a few ways to curb it,

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Everyday Habits That Reduce Your Risk of Dementia

More and more research shows that lifestyle matters A major report released by the Lancet International Commission on Dementia Prevention and Care in 2017 concluded that up to 35 percent of dementia cases can be delayed or even avoided altogether.

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Fonthill Girl Wins Greeting Card Contest With Heartwarming Message

A Niagara region girl has the right message for the right time of year. 9-year-old Alexa Kirkwood of Fonthill was named the grand prize-winning entry of the 12th Annual Holiday Card Contest for kids. She is the daughter of a Service Desk Analyst

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Food Recalls For People And Pets

There have been a number of food recalls in the last week; including tahini products for salmonella and shake up salads for listeria. The Canadian Food Inspection agency has alerted Canadians to the industry recall of Achva and S&F brand

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, November 30

In Lunchtime Trivia Today we touched on a subject that always has many asking questions: the topic of health. This afternoon we posed the following puzzler: This research found that having this can help ward off disease including possibly even

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E. Coli In Romaine Lettuce Traced To The U.S.

The federal government is advising the food industry not to import romaine lettuce from areas in the U.S. suspected of producing lettuce contaminated with E. coli. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it will also take steps to make sure

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