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Everyday is a Gift

Sorry for the absence of updates recently, I was in Hong Kong recently for the International Nursing Research Congress, where I presented with a few of my friends.   1,150 more words


Newmarket Dentist: Oral Cancer Risks Point to Need for Dental Exams

As in any other cancer types, early detection of oral cancer is vital. York Region residents are encouraged to have regular visits to an experienced Newmarket dentist to help identify signs of cancer before the condition has escalated. 68 more words


Primary Children's Hosts a Picnic for Cancer Patients and their Families

Facepainting, bingo, waffles, and a chance to just be a kid. This week Primary Children’s cancer unit hosted a special picnic at Sugar House Park for children with or who have beat cancer, as well as their families. 228 more words

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Why the Egg-Cancer Link?


Why the Egg-Cancer Link?

August 21, 2014 by Michael Greger M.D. in News with 0 Comments

Two million men in the U.S. are living with prostate cancer — but that’s better than dying from prostate cancer. 781 more words


What is really enough...Retirement, is it really possible.

So far I have been eating away at my IRA since I lost my job last Devember 2013. If I listened to all the articles on retirement, I should be in a panic. 681 more words


Playing with Ice

7 years 11 months ill …

The last few days have seen a worldwide viral explosion of “Raising awareness of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) / Amyotrophic Lateral Scelerosis” by having celebrities pour iced water over themselves. 563 more words


Now Is Good

Now Is Good is a British teen drama film based on the novel Before I Die by Jenny Downham.

I really enjoyed the novel, I read it back in 2007 when it came out and quickly referred it to others. 777 more words