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  • AsSALTed

    Saving Lives and Money by Adopting the Finnish Salt Laws by

    Life expectancy has been declining in North America over the past 4 years in a row, largely due to non-communicable diseases such as high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes. The impact of COVID-19 is not yet included in these statistics. This ...


  • Read My Hips!

    Suffering Needless Pelvic, Limb, or Back Pain? Time to Check your Alignment! by

    “I feel twisted”, “I look crooked in the mirror”, “My problems have been going on for years”, “I have tried every kind of treatment” are commonly heard statements. Whether you have complaints or not, it’s time to look at your body alignment, given ...


  • Did You Hide the Cookies?

    Inescapable Heartaches of Caregiving for My Love with Alzheimer's, Anxiety, and COPD by

    One day there is a diagnosis. And in that instant, you become a caregiver. Now what? Unexpectedly, Judith Allen Shone begins the journey of an unprepared and terrified caregiver when her aging loved one is diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment. ...


  • Politics, Personalities, and Persistence

    One Hundred Years of Psychiatric Nursing Education in Manitoba by

    Politics, Personalities, and Persistence tells the story of the evolution of registered psychiatric nursing in the province of Manitoba. This comprehensive account traces the distinct profession’s transition from the asylums of Manitoba, where for ...


  • The Unsung Heroes of Paediatric Medicine

    The History of the Department of Pathology, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto (1888-2018) by

    Within the world of medicine, the work the pathologist does is integral to positive patient outcomes, but it is rare for the pathologist to actually have any interaction with their patients. Thus, their work can often go unrecognized and ...


  • Psychiatry Declining

    Myths, Neuroscience and the Loss of Self by

    People suffering from mental illnesses are among the most vulnerable of our society’s unfortunates. They deserve our support and care. While the clinical care they receive from front-line psychiatrists and other clinicians is generally good in the ...


  • Organ Orgasms

    My Experiences with Conscious Blood Flow by

    Conscious blood flow (CBF) is about enhancing our physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing through the pleasurable and mindful exercising of your body’s internal arteries and organs. This is brought about by becoming attuned to your natural ...


  • Helping Hands

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    This is a story of resilience, survival, and struggle; of appreciating how multi-storied our lives are; and to bearing witness to the alternating themes of economics, religion, and gender issues. Kimit Rai was born in a time of political turmoil ...


  • The Bipolar Doctor

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    Despite battling depression in his mid-teens, Rohit Kumar fulfilled his beloved parents’ dream of becoming a doctor in 1990. He was one of Canada’s first hospitalists before setting up a highly successful private practice, and acquired specialized ...


  • The Modern Plague of Obesity

    A Holistic Guide to Challenge the Major Health Threat of the 21st Century by

    Overweight and obesity have steadily engulfed the entire globe, neither discriminating by age, race, sex, socio-economic status, or country. The rapidly expanding waist lines of the world’s populations have sparked a lethal fuse of spiraling ...