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Family Day Weekend Events and Activities in Halton

Family Day is around the corner! Here are some fun events to check out with your loved ones this February long weekend!

Can My Child Wear Contact Lenses?

Have you thought about the possibility of contact lenses for your child, but maybe dismissed the thought assuming that they are too young? Contact lenses may be a viable option for your child and here are some questions and answers to help you decide.

LACE UP!

Skating is a great way to stay active in the winter months. Join the Health Centre of Milton team on the ice this winter for some exercise and fun!

Save The Date - The Mom Show - April 27, 2019

We had so much fun at The Mom Show last year we decided to do it again! Join us for the event that is made just for moms.

Community Events, Fundraisers and Family Activities in Milton and Halton Region for February 2019

Ahhh the month of love. There is so many events to take part in with your one and only and all the loves of your life. Read on to learn more about all the fun activities for the whole family and how you can spread the love to some great causes as well!

Community Events, Fundraisers and Family Activities in Milton and Halton Region for January 2019

A new year has arrived and so have a new schedule of community events to take part in for 2019. Check out what Milton and our surrounding areas have in store for us this month!

A Natural Approach to Stress & Anxiety after the Holiday Season

Feeling overwhelmed? Having difficulty managing intrusive thoughts, worries, and expectations? Now that the hustle and bustle of the holiday season has slowed Naturopathic Doctor Melissa Bucking has some great tools that are gentle and effective to help you manage the overwhelm and re-take control.

Lift Light, Shovel Right.

Snow shovelling after a snowfall doesn’t have to leave you with an aching back.

What is Thermography?

Have you heard of Thermography? Do you know what it is or how it can help women with their breast health?

Fever Phobia? Knowing the facts and when to go to the hospital.

Our bodies are programmed to have a fever from time to time. Its healthy to a point, it
kills bacteria in our bodies, and its an intelligent evolutionary thing. We’re also
programmed to fear the fever as well. In fact, a survey done in 1992 and 2000 showed
that nearly half of paediatricians would give Tylenol or Advil, the majority of them
alternating between them. They also believed this approach to be the medical guideline
when, in fact, there were no guidelines telling them to do this (1). Either way, for parents
and physicians alike, fever can be scary in the moment. Just remember this, fever isn’t
inherently bad, the underlying cause of the fever is what needs to be addressed.

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