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Oral health can affect your wellbeing, more than you think

by Sonia Chartier, on 16 March 2016, Body Care, Digestion
oral health

co-written by Rick Olazabal, BSc, BN 

When we hear about “digestion” we often think food, stomach and gut. While the gut plays a vital role in our wellbeing, digestion is not restricted to this part of the digestive tract.

As a matter of fact, digestion begins in your mouth, and oral hygiene plays an equally important part in your overall health. This article explores how your oral health can affect your wellbeing…and it may also make your dentist very happy…

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Don’t Let Allergic Asthma Take Your Breath Away

by Dominique Vanier, B.Sc.H., M.Env.Sc., on 15 March 2016, Allergies
allergic asthma

It’s finally springtime, and you’re outside walking your dog enjoying the nice change of weather.

Suddenly, you experience trouble breathing, a tight chest, with coughing and wheezing. This is what an asthma attack feels like…

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PMS or pregnancy symptoms? What are the differences?

by Sonia Chartier, on 14 March 2016, Women's Health
pregnancy symptoms

Pregnant or PMSing? The symptoms can be remarkably similar. Sensitive, swollen breasts, emotions all over the place, fatigue, cramps, pimples…

Do you jump for joy or panic (depending on the circumstances) or do you just make sure you have what you need in your handbag?

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Male performance

by Sonia Chartier, on 14 March 2016, Men's Health
male performance

It’s something that often gets tongues wagging. We’re not talking about sports performance here, we’re talking about performance of the sexual kind. What affects sexual performance in men?

For some, male performance is the stuff of jokes or bragging, but for others, it’s no laughing matter. There’s a wide range of problems, as well as a few solutions, so stay with us…

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The remarkable link between dizziness and menopause

by Sonia Chartier, on 14 March 2016, Menopause, Women's Health
dizziness and menopause

The floor beneath your feet is swaying but there isn’t a ship in sight. Everything’s off-kilter. Once the dizziness subsides, it takes you a moment to get your bearings. If you’re at home relaxing in the living room, it’s not such a big deal, but when you’re at the wheel of your car, it can spell trouble.

If you find that you’ve been having dizzy spells for several days, it might be nothing more than perimenopausal symptoms. Storm’s a-comin’!

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