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Guest Article - Poker WSOP and Other Benefits o...

content discovered on Wednesday, May 08, 2013

At some point in our lives we have all contemplated learning and becoming very skilled at a card game of sorts. Events such as poker WSOP, bring carding events in the forefront of our lives. These days, as long as you have an internet connection and the desire to play you can partake in premier events such as poker WSOP. Playing cards can be a lot of fun, but there are also many other benefits associated with this type of game play. Scientists have shows that using your brain to solve logical problems ... read more »

Guest Article - Natural Solutions for Seasonal ...

content discovered on Monday, April 22, 2013

As the snow melts and the world warms up, it’s difficult to watch everyone else experience the full joy of spring as you suffer with seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies can leave you feeling lethargic and fuzzy, not to mention the annoying itchy eyes, scratchy throat, and runny nose. If you’re skeptical of medications, perhaps it’s time to take a look at some natural remedies which could help you manage your symptoms and want to get out and enjoy the weather.PycnogeolPycnogeol is created out of pine b... read more »

The Tar Sands

content discovered on Thursday, April 18, 2013

Wastelands stripped of vegetation, poisonous pools brimming with dying and dead waterfowl, thick black corrosive liquid oozing out of ruptured pipelines like some malevolent slug, filling backyards, spilling into creeks, and rivers are just some of the images that come to mind when one thinks of the tar sands. Nothing, I repeat nothing in life [...] read more »

Guest Article - A Brief Traveling Guide for a N...

content discovered on Tuesday, April 09, 2013

If you’ve been meaning to get away and visit a friend or see family members but you’ve recently had a baby, it’s understandable if traveling seems a bit daunting. You’re still new to being a new mom (if this is your first) and what’s more, you will also need to figure out details like whether to book one or two tickets, depending on your baby’s weight. Plan ahead, figure out which flight to take, and make careful and thought-out travel plans that will work best for you and your baby. That way traveling w... read more »

The LYSOL Healthing Initiative

content discovered on Monday, April 01, 2013

With all the news about super flu bugs, colds flu epidemics, it’s now more important than ever to make sure that you are doing everything you can to keep surfaces clean and family members healthy. My husband and I are both allergic to various forms of antibiotics. For the most part, my husband is only allergic to penicillin. If he is given even a small amount, he goes into anaphylactic shock almost instantly. I am allergic to everything from penicillin to vancomycin…even a few of the childhood shots (th... read more »

Guest Article - How to Build a Zen Fish Tank

content discovered on Sunday, March 17, 2013

Bright colors and a tropical motif may define the perception that many of us have of what a fish tank should look like. However, with the right ornaments, you can build a fish tank that exemplifies just about any design aesthetic. One of the easiest aesthetics to create is a clean, natural, calming Zen-style aquarium. Think of a Japanese garden on a smaller scale -- and in your very own home. Use it as a learning experience with your kids -- have them study pictures of Zen art and style, and ask them to ... read more »

Highway of Honor, Highway of Shame

content discovered on Thursday, February 21, 2013

For some reason after I read the article in Northern Life about the march in Memorial Park, protesting the violence directed towards women of the first nations, my thoughts turned to two different Canadian highways, thousands of miles apart. Highways that represent things at opposite ends of the spectrum, highways that have become icons for [...] read more »

Idle no more

content discovered on Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Perhaps I am a bit out of step with the current news cycle, but I have taken some time to give more than a passing thought to the first nations movement to shine a spotlight on a situation that has gone on for centuries. From the time Europeans first set their boots on the soil [...] read more »

Iron Horse

content discovered on Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Now that we have a new premier holding the reins of power in the political halls of Queens Park, one that says she wants to put new face on the Liberal party, I can only hope that she will decide to breathe life back in to the ONR, before the shiny steel rails become rubbles [...] read more »

RSV - What You Need to Know

content discovered on Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, is a contagious viral disease that may infect a person's lungs and breathing passages. This can be potentially dangerous to small children. Most children will have caught it by age two, and most will recover in 1 to 2 weeks…but the virus will still be spr... read more »




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