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Re-introducing the Four Pillars of Health

I’d like to begin by re-introducing you to the first HEALTH NEWS YOU CAN USE article I have ever written. As many of you already know, I have been practicing Chiropractic, Allergy Wellness, and alternative-based healing techniques for approximately 22 years. During this time, I have had the privilege of learning from some incredibly gifted …

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Why it’s Healthy to Cry!

LIVING WELL, eating well, moving well, thinking well Have you ever curled up on the couch with a blanket and a box of tissues to watch a favorite tear-jerker, perhaps after a particularly nasty break-up? Romeo and Juliet, Titanic, Wuthering Heights, Brian’s Song (even guys shed a tear watching that one!) – Any one of …

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LIVING WELL, eating well, moving well, thinking well How come some people go from one cold to the next, getting all the bugs that “go around” and others don’t? It was this very question that prompted D. D. Palmer (the founder of Chiropractic) back in 1895 to pursue what we call chiropractic! We meet a …

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LIVING WELL, eating well, moving well, thinking well Do your baby and yourself a favour by breastfeeding! Many baby formula manufacturers would have you believe that their brand of baby formula is most like mother’s milk. Fortunately, the only thing that’s most like mother’s milk is mother’s milk and formula companies can try as hard …

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Are Allergies Affecting You or Your Children??

LIVING WELL, eating well, moving well, thinking well Facts About Childhood Allergies  15-20% of the population has some type of allergy, and in most people, these allergies first appear during infancy or childhood (Source: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology). Allergic disorders rank first among children’s chronic diseases. (Source: The American Academy of Allergy, …

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Allergies Gotchoo…. Help is Here!!!!

LIVING WELL, eating well, moving well, thinking well Written By: Dr. Robert Neposlan Sometimes it seems like we should have been born with tissues under our noses.  Believe it or not, an estimated 50 – 75% of the population suffers fromallergies of one type or another.  Did you know that children miss more days of …

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