60-year-old student studies ovarian cancer
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1/4 In #Rexton to talk about how we’ll improve healthcare #NBVotes2014 #MovingNBForward #NBLib14 pic.twitter.com/9PUbBonNC8 — Brian Gallant (@BrianGallantNB) August 22, 2014 New Brunswick Liberal Leader Brian Gallant opened up the second day of the 38th General Election in his province in Rexton, talking about the Liberal plan to improve healthcare delivery. [Read the plan […]
Just as Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne tried to use Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper as a bogeyman early in her successful election campaign earlier this summer, so too is New Brunswick Liberal Leader Brian Gallant quickly introducing Harper as a character in the just-launched New Brunswick election campaign. Gallant is way ahead in the […]
Psycho-therapy actually originated as a form of healing (therapy) with the breath of spirit or soul (psyche). Today it is a practice w…30 Zoom(s)
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Like… New Brunswick is a province that is stuck in the Dark Ages when it comes to access to abortions. An abortion must be be deemed “medically neccesary” before it can be performed. And… that Beelzebub is alive and active in Fredericton. As for the first new piece of knowledge… I learned this upon hearing […]
In-depth article about prescription drugs that are and aren’t covered by Canadian health insurance plans! Covers seniors consideratio…35 Zoom(s)
Dear Readers: From curing smelly feet by wiping them with vodka to treating blisters with mouthwash, here are 10 quirky health tips to help in life! 1. Eating a burger helps jet lag Chomping down a burger and chips during a flight doesn’t exactly seem like the most healthy option while sitting in the same […]
This post outlines 10 functions of zinc, 25 signs of deficiency and what to do if you think you or your child are deficient.28 Zoom(s)
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Recently, with the WEF spending the last few years acknowledging global income inequality is a problem, I’ve declared a kind of victory for the Occupy Movement: getting the lexicon on the 1% and inequality on the tongues of the sly gazillionaires who rule the world, and into mass consumption. Now we see that the CEO […]
We all know, without reading the multitude of studies out there that upper respiratory illness is on the rise.37 Zoom(s)
Mulcair wants to out-Liberal the Liberals led by the charismatic son of a charismatic Liberal prime minister. He will fail: “I think what Canadians want are people who are realists, who understand for example the importance of our extractive industries and the creation of jobs but they also want to have a government that’s actually […]
There seems to be a lot of debate lately over whether AIDS is predominately a homosexual disease, or not! The reason I mention this is because the gay community is hesitant to accept blame for the widespread transmission of the HIV virus……………….., and they are getting more vocal in their insistence that they’re not to […]
I missed December. Blame the bastardly disorder that has had me and half the town since November. Never seen such a thing. Been sicker. Never so sick for so long. It don’t go away. Remember 2011-12? That was good. Except, me, I had pneumonia.