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Poor blood circulation and vertigo …is there a link?

by Owen Wiseman, H.BSc., on 11 September 2017, Circulation
vertigo

If the room suddenly begins to spin, leaving you with a sudden feeling of nausea and loss of balance, then you may be experiencing vertigo.

This is a common condition affecting people of all ages that is often indicative of a deeper issue somewhere in the body.

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Hay fever in children, what can be done?

by Owen Wiseman, H.BSc., on 7 September 2017, Allergies, Children's Health
hay fever

It’s that time of year again.

Our predictable April showers have returned new life to the barren grounds left by the cool touch of winter, but just as predictable is your child’s annual visit from hay fever.

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A man and his belly

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 September 2017, Men's Health
belly

The infamous beer belly. We all know it, dread it and want it to go away. Whether or not you’re a beer drinker, you’ve probably noticed that fat has an annoying habit of accumulating under your belt.

But there’s more to it than the esthetics and the popping pants buttons: a big belly is synonymous with health risks.

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Foods to avoid during your period

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 September 2017, Healthy Eating, Women's Health
period

When your period arrives, you get hungry, and more likely than not, it’s not salad you’re hankering for. If you’re like most women, despite your best intentions, you crave cookies, chocolate, chips and ice cream.

But other than the risk of these foods going straight to your hips, do they have an impact on your period?

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Running is bad for the knees: Myth or truth?

by Owen Wiseman, H.BSc., on 6 September 2017, Muscle and joint
running

The impact of your foot as it first hits pavement is a feeling many are familiar with, as well the future consequences that inevitably come with the activity…or do they?

The traditional belief is that running can damage the tissues in the knee over time due to the high impact nature of the exercise…

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