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Probiotics and Prebiotics - The good kind of Cooties.

While it's clear that both probiotics and prebiotics are good for the body, it is also clear that the right balance of bacteria is essential.

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Benefits of Natural Health Products

Unlike the artificial ingredients that can be found in supplements, whole food supplements are made from only organically grown, nutrient-dense whole food.

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How to pick the right compression stockings for you

Compression stockings provide comfort, assist athletic performance and can help to prevent certain medical conditions. Learn about the types available.

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Natural Supplements and Vitamins for your Winter Blues

There are plenty of natural vitamins and supplements that can help with winter blues that you should try first before resorting to prescription medications.

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Heart Disease: Facts and Prevention

In honour of February being Heart Month, Brant Arts I.D.A. encourages everyone to review these key heart tips for a healthy heart.

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The Best Mobile Health Apps

With a new year just beginning, many people have set goals to eat healthier or to become more active. Below are some of the best health and fitness apps currently on the market. These apps will make your...

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Holiday Eating Tips to Help Prevent an Upset Stomach

Holiday foods are generally high in sugar and fat which can trigger an upset stomach. Here are a few holiday eating tips to help prevent that upset stomach.

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Tips to Stay Healthy this Winter

For us Canadians living in Burlington, inclement winter can last approximately six months of the year. That’s a significant amount of time, so it’s important that we know how to stay healthy during the cold weather.

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Reduce your Risk of Catching the Flu with these Flu Prevention Tips

It’s that time of year again when the flu virus becomes a prevalent fact of life. Here are some flu prevention tips to help keep you flu-free this season.

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Causes of Food Poisoning and Treatment

Because there are various sources of contamination, food poisoning symptoms can vary. However, most types of food poisoning cause abdominal cramps, vomiting, watery diarrhea and/or fever.

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