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We all know Pilates is great for toning our abs and strengthening our core. But did you know that Pilates will dramatically improve your golf game? Golf, like many sports, requires repeating the same essential movements over and over which often results in muscular imbalances throughout the body. Certain muscles get over-worked and tight and [...]
Building Strong Families Conference Saturday, May 25, 2013 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Delta Markham Hotel Life With A Baby’s Spring Conference is for New and Expectant Parents. Workshops include: • Infant/Child CPR, First Aid, Carseat Safety • Baby Wearing & Cloth Diapering 101 • Infant/Child Development & Early Literacy • Toddler Talk – Teaching [...]
Sunday, June 2, 2013 10:00am – 6:00pm Thornhill Country Club 7994 Yonge Street, Thornhill, Ontario Dedicated to the innovations made possible for an excellent lifestyle, a showcase of fun times, food, culture, and entertainment…along with the creative minds behind them. Wine education and sampling with a Wine Sommelier, Creative cooking demo, Entertaining tips and techniques, Fashion show for [...]
How does anyone have time to make a healthy, delicious, home-cooked meal, much less cook different meals for babies, children, and parents? The answer is ONE meal, ONE family, THREE ways. Finally, parents can make one complete, healthy and delicious home cooked meal by simply modifying as they cook. The result is suitable for adults, children and [...]
For a Healthy Home and a Healthy You! Aaahhhh…the first signs of Spring! The days are getting warmer and longer and we can finally throw open our windows and let breezy fresh air into our homes. It is also the time many of us turn our thoughts to “Spring Cleaning”. Welcomed by some, tolerated by [...]
Training ‘fore’ golf should never take a holiday. Winter is a difficult time for summer sports enthusiasts, with playing fields typically tundra-hard and covered in snow. Golfers have it particularly tough, as television coverage of the PGA Tour season starts in Hawaii and migrates from one alluring southern locale to another from week to week. [...]
All three of the most common home grown killers – falls, scalds and medication mix-ups are preventable. Here are some strategies for making your home safe from these threats. Start by slowly walking through your home with an educated eye, looking for the traps to safety. Then, put in place the following simple and easy [...]
A good night’s sleep enhances energy, mood, motivation, keeps appetite hormones in check and reduces the risk for many chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer and more. Psychologically, a good night’s sleep reduces the risk of depression and anxiety. Quick Facts about Canadians and Sleep • One in seven [...]
Plantar fasciitis is a painful, debilitating and increasingly common injury. If you’ve suffered it, you know that only too well. If you haven’t, here’s how to avoid it. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common and annoying of orthopedic conditions. Almost everyone has either had a bout of it or knows someone who has. [...]
Diagnosing AD/HD, often referred to as ‘ADD’, is complicated. There are no quick and easy tests available, but through careful interviewing and documenting concerns, qualified health professional can help families understand what AD/HD is, what it isn’t and what to do about it. What is AD/HD? AD/HD, the most common childhood mental health disorder to [...]