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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – A letter to myself More isn’t always better when it comes to prescription medications Seasonal Allergies and Itching Prevention decreases demands on the health system:  We can’t afford to ignore this Candida - Fad Diagnosis Or Real Condition Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Between faith and doubt

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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – A letter to myself

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – A letter to myself

Writing a letter to ourselves is a practical way to help us listen to our inner voice. When I read my own letter, I realized that it was the first time I had heard myself so clearly.
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More isn’t always better when it comes to prescription medications

More isn’t always better when it comes to prescription medications

Canadians are living longer than ever, and we are also taking more medications than ever before. And this can make us sicker, not healthier.
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Seasonal Allergies and Itching

Seasonal Allergies and Itching

Spring, a time of new plant growth and beautiful blossoms, is dreaded by many allergy sufferers and can be, in their eyes, a most unpleasant time of year.
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Prevention decreases demands on the health system:  We can’t afford to ignore this

Prevention decreases demands on the health system: We can’t afford to ignore this

Provincial Ministers of Health and Ministers of Finance seek to “bend the health care cost curve” but year after year, provincial budgets bend the cost curve in the wrong direction.
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Candida - Fad Diagnosis Or Real Condition

Candida - Fad Diagnosis Or Real Condition

In this article, we will discuss the overdiagnosis of candida for non-specific symptoms, small intestinal fungal overgrowth and testing treating for fungal overgrowth.
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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Between faith and doubt

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Between faith and doubt

One of the greatest philosophers of science in the 20th century, Karl Popper, always said that the realm of science was small and distinct; that there was a huge realm of human experience that would never be susceptible to scientific explanation.
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