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Physiotherapy: what to expect

May 17, 2007

If you're considering physiotherapy to treat an injury or manage pain, here's what you need to know. You may have an ...

Tax burden goes up for Canadians

May 15, 2007

The average family spends more on taxes than food, clothing and housing combined, says think tank. Taxes can take a ...

Who is caring for the caregivers?

May 14, 2007

Family members, usually women, are the main caregivers of a burgeoning population of elderly Canadians. They need ...

Are your drugs compatible?

May 11, 2007

Some drugs may not do their job effectively if they’re taken with other drugs, supplements or certain foods. ...

Dealing with back pain

May 9, 2007

In most cases, back pain is treatable with simple home remedies and by adopting better body mechanics. Back pain ...

Smile therapy

May 4, 2007

Brush and floss to prevent tooth decay – and gum disease linked to heart disease and pancreatic cancer Eternal ...

Parkinson’s disease: A primer

May 4, 2007

Here's what you need to know about Parkinson's – what it is and how it can be managed. Approximately 100,000 ...

Parkinson’s disease: A primer

May 4, 2007

Here's what you need to know about Parkinson's what it is and how it can be managed. Approximately 100,000 Canadians ...

Cut salt – cut heart risk

May 3, 2007

Take a pass on the salt and you could reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease by a quarter or more, a ...

6 great places to live

May 2, 2007

Check out these Ontario regions for the second half of your life. 1. COBOURG: A real gem Cobourg is a community that ...