As exam season is in full swing for many students, studying the content of courses may not be the hardest thing students will have to deal with. With class exams, provincial exams, and final exams determining so much of the final course result, students are facing new challenges with stress and anxiety management.
Monthly Archives: June 2014
From the get-go, a study that claims drinking diet soda will help you lose weight doesn’t sound quite right, does it? When stories are put out there claiming solid scientific evidence, backed by big funding, and published in journal literature then it must be worth believing. Unfortunately this isn’t always the case!
The simple act of walking is something we all take for granted, but when mobility decreases risk of injury and hospitalization increase. Once we become sedentary it is even more difficult to jump start motivation, so as of late there is a movement forming to encourage adults in their later years to get active and to… Read more »
From insomnia to chronic pain, there can be an answer through manual therapy. Even without an acute condition, seeing a Registered Massage Therapist has benefits you may not have considered before. In a recent article, The Huffington Post lists: Here’s Why You Should Book Your Next Massage ASAP. The short list that they include is:
Lower back pain can be a tricky thing to shake. It is often a condition of repetitive movement – or lack there of – and something that can be relieved but wriggles its way back into your life sooner or later. If you find that ant-inflammatory medications are what really help you get through a tough… Read more »