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How to Beat Allergy Season Naturally

Spring time for allergy sufferers means watery eyes, sneezing, congestion, and itchiness. Luckily there are several ways that naturopathic medicine can make spring a little easier.

Lift Light, Shovel Right.

January and February are usually when we see our biggest snowfalls. Snow shovelling after a snowfall doesn’t have to leave you with an aching back.

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!

The Benefits of Meditation

I had a conversation with someone yesterday who wants to start meditating. And I feel like this is a common story for many of you. You want to do it, but you’re not sure how or where to start. And so then it just becomes this thing that you want to do, but it never happens.

Car Seat Safety for Colder Weather

The colder weather is upon us and it's time to put the summer clothes away and bring out the warm coats; but is that what is safest for your child? It is very important to think about the proper way to dress your child when they are still in a car seat. Here are some great safety tips from Kenn Macfie from Bullseye Child Safety a professional child proofer to keep your little one safe in your vehicle during the winter months.

A Practical Approach to Health-Related New Year’s Resolutions.

As we come to the end of 2019, many of us start making new goals for 2020. The three most common health resolutions are to lose weight, eat healthier, and exercise more. Unfortunately many resolutions are given up by February 1st. Here is an approach to achieve these goals, along with some suggestions for new ones!

Beating the Daily Bloat

Bloating is by far one of the most common complaints I hear from patients whether or not that is what actually brought them into my office. It is always one of the first things that we work on, because if you are bloated then your digestive system is not working as efficiently as it should be. The good news is that the solution may be simpler then you think.

Save the Date - Breakfast with Santa in Campbellville

Campbellville Community Association in partnership with Woodbine Mohawk Park and famiizuu would like to invite you and your family for breakfast fun with Santa!

Permission To Cry

It’s okay to admit when things are not okay.
It’s okay to cry on the floor or scream out loud.
It’s okay to have moments of crazy.
We’re real. We’re human. And we’re constantly learning and growing. (And healing!)

Pregnancy and Your Eyes

Pregnancy changes our bodies in so many ways, but did you know it can affect you eyesight?

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