This paper and several similar studies were epublished ahead of print. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) has been the focus of major media networks such as CNN, BBC, CTV, NBC and ABC, as well as global medical and scientific societies.
Did you know that Canadians consume >1012 particles per day of titanium dioxide (TiO2) and mixed silicates (Martirosyan, A et al, 2014). Nanoparticles are approved by Health Canada as food coatings and colour additives. TiO2 is found in processed foods, medications and nutritional supplements.
1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental illness at some point in their life. Several clinical studies have found that reducing inflammation relieves symptoms of depression. This study was highlighted on several Canadian national news reports in November 2016.
The potential benefits of vitamin D in the management of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have been a topic of discussion in global and national medical news and the media. The prevalence of ASD has risen dramatically over the last several decades, from 1 in 5000 children in 1975 to 1 in 88 children in 2012, a 600% increase within 30 years.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a complex, multifactorial disease affecting approximately 13% of Canadians. AMD may lead to the progressive loss of central vision and ultimately the complete loss of vision. Early AMD has a significant effect on a person’s quality of life, including the potential loss of independence.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the major causes of vision loss affecting 1 million Canadians. It can occur among young people, but is common among those over the age of 50.
If we think about our health like a retirement fund, we can see that the sooner we begin to make deposits, the quicker the benefits add up and the greater the contributions, the “healthier” the withdrawals later in life.
If you’re vegetarian, you are part of a growing trend in Canada. According to a poll commissioned by the Vancouver Humane Society in 2015, vegetarianism is common in Canada. A third of Canadians are either already vegetarian or are eating less meat!
Chances are you’re reading this post on your phone, laptop, desktop or tablet. And chances are this isn’t the first or last thing you’ll read online today. So it seems a bit odd that this post is all about the connected lifestyle and how it may be damaging our lives and our relationships.