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Leduc Rep story on Cold/Flu alternatives

Recent article about alternative methods for cold/flu prevention with comments by Dr. Thomas of Alberta Homeopathic Medical Clinic. Click the link below: Flu season […]

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Do flu shots keep us healthy?

As 2012 completes and we get into 2013, we are noticing an ongoing flu epidemic that is sweeping across Canada and the US.  In fact most surgeries in our hospitals are being postponed due to the outbreak.  So what can we do? Is the flu vaccine effective?  CNN reports an interesting study on NOT being […]

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A New Year, a New YOU!

A New Year, a New YOU! As we enter this new year of 2013, we’ve all got “goals” if you will…not New Year’s resolutions as this may be too concrete for some of you. Do you have a goal on your list that revolves around your health? Are you committing to being more active with […]

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Response To Controversial CBC Thermography Feature – Body Mind Spirit For November 28, 2012

CHRW 94.9FM radio host Pat Kennedy talks to Dr. Alex Mostovoy & Mo Razik about the recent CBC attack on Thermography.  Listen to the interview using the link below: http://www.chrwradio.ca/content/response-controversial-cbc-thermography-feature-body-mind-spirit-november-28-2012 […]

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TCI POSITION PAPER ON THERMOGRAPHY

POSITION STATEMENT ON THERMOGRAPHY Responding to a report issued by CBC news November 27, 2012, representatives from Thermography Clinic Inc. want Canadians to be accurately informed about breast thermography, its benefits and limitations. Thermography, as a whole, should not be discredited simply because of the misinformation and low integrity of one company. We at Thermography […]

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CBC News: Breast cancer risks on the job a ‘neglected area’

CBC’s Kelly Crowe reports: Breast cancer risks on the job a ‘neglected area’ Some women working in industries such as automotive plastics and food canning may face a higher risk of breast cancer than those in other occupations, say Canadian researchers who are trying to fill gaps in what they call a neglected field. Workplace […]

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Eating gluten increases the need for thyroid hormones

A new study shows Hashimoto’s patients with symptomless celiac disease (i.e., no digestive complaints) require 49 percent more T4 to achieve the same TSH levels as non-celiac Hashimoto’s patients. After the patients followed a gluten-free diet for 11 months their TSH levels came down with the same T4 requirement as the non-celiac Hashimoto’s patients. Dr. […]

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Too little sleep plays havoc with fat cells

Follow the link to read a great article on USA TODAY by Nanci Hellmich on how too little sleep plays havoc with your fat cells, which could lead to weight gain and type 2 diabetes.  […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It’s October 1st. A first for a lot of things… my actual first blog post, the first chilly morning, and the first of the month of October. Did you know that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM)? I’m happy it’s here, though I wish that the focus wasn’t so much on being aware […]

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Deodorants & Breast Cancer

I just read a great article about deodorants and breast cancer.  How little do we realize that a normal part of our daily hygiene routine could be so harmful to our long term health.  Research reviewed in a Journal of Applied Toxicology editorial, showed high concentrations of potentially carcinogenic parabens were found in the upper […]

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