Source: Ontario Chiropractic Association
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in not only a global health crisis but has also drastically shifted the way people go about their daily lives, including how they work. Even as economies across the globe re-open, many companies and organizations are adopting more flexible hours, providing more options to work from home, and in some cases going fully remote. This has ultimately created a “new normal” where people can now expect to work from home more than they ever did before– and they may not be prepared for it.Continue reading “Tips For Working From Home”
Falling on ice can leave you red-faced with embarrassment, or far more seriously, hurt badly from taking a knee to the ice or falling awkwardly on icy snow. Slippery sidewalks, driveways and icy parking lots can be risk factors for falls in winter. Avoid a bad fall with these tips.Continue reading “Stay Standing This Winter”
We are very excited to be recipients of the 2019 Toronto Star Readers’ Choice Awards. We are very honoured to win DIAMOND award for Best Smoking Cessation, and PLATINUM award for Best Acupuncturist.Continue reading “2019 Toronto Star Readers’ Choice Winner”
Acupuncture can help alleviate postpartum depression. In a recent study conducted by the Traditional Medicine Hospital of Hainan Province, acupuncture was found as a useful adjunctive treatment for postpartum depression and greatly enhances the effects of psychological treatment and medications.Continue reading “Acupuncture for Postpartum Depression”
How do you find time for fitness when so many things are competing for your attention? It’s a common problem. The good news is that as little as 15 minutes a day can start a fitness habit – and deliver health benefits!
A recently published study conducted over a span of 12 years with almost half a million people found that 15 minutes a day of moderate-intensity exercise increased life expectancy. Every additional 15 minutes of exercise a day further improved the health outlook of the participants in the study.Continue reading “Finding Time for Fitness”