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Capital News columnist Dr. Markus Thiel share his thoughts about how we should all treat and respect our veterans.
The one aspect that determines the outcome of your recovery from injury is attitude.
Live in gratitude with an influential perspective. Be grateful for what you have.
Kelowna News: Columnist Markus Thiel reports on study that shows warm and loving relationships credited more for healthy, happy lives.
I believe breakfast is the meal that should take the most amount of preparation and dedication for several reasons.
Here’s a plan that will make every single one of your resolutions become a realization.
Suboccipital headache pain is described as a deep or dull throbbing at the base of the skull extending up the region of the eye.
Understand the connection between consuming water and your losing weight, building muscle and keeping healthy.
Exercise is like the word should, and it infers something we know we should do but aren’t doing. That equals shame.
Over time, each patient has taught me at least one thing about life and how to perceive it.
Welcome the next turn, dip or drop because the only thing in life that is a true constant, is that of change.
I guarantee you, if you try this, you will be laughing at yourself by the end of the game.
Protein, for the athlete, is the most important food item needed to allow for tissue repair and muscle building.
It is estimated that over 80 per cent of individuals in this specific climate are vitamin D deficient.
Researchers find that low levels of vitamin D in childhood associated with increased carotid artery thickness almost 30 years later.
Your physiology can alter your psychological state. You and you alone determine your physiology.
I feel there are some very simple and straightforward solutions to avoiding the flu or, at least minimizing its lingering effects.
There are some very simple and straightforward solutions to avoiding the flu or, at least minimizing its lingering effects.
I feel that if Karl Marx were alive today it would be TV that he would describe as the ‘opiate of the masses.’
We are born, we live, and we die. Life is what happens in between. It is the in between part that seems to fascinate us.