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Thanks to a few awesome people that commented on my last blog post. I’m not so sure about aba anymore. I don’t want to make my baby be something she’s not. 98 more words

Staying On Your Feet – An SHR Falls Prevention, Balance and Education Program

By Kim Nicholls, Recreation Therapist

Staying On Your Feet (SOYF) is a falls prevention balance and education program that is offered within the Saskatoon Health Region.  252 more words


Waiting for next scan

After the last post I had a meeting with a medical oncologist (a chemotherapy expert), who had me organise to have a PET scan to properly delineate and assess the shadows picked up in my lungs by the CT scan as described in the previous post. 1,935 more words



We have finally got ourselves round to starting our blog. After nearly a year of ‘shall we, shan’t we’ we have! Our blog will consist of yoga, wellness, recipes, our therapies and general ‘stuff’. 203 more words


Scientists announce anti-HIV agent so powerful it can work in a vaccine

via Pueo Eyes.

Scanning electron micrograph of HIV particles infecting a human T cell. Credit: NIH

Date: February 18, 2015

Source: The Scripps Research Institute…

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Science & Technology

Recreation Therapy – A Health Promotion Profession

By  Sherri Nelson,  Practice Leader, Recreation Therapy

Have you ever wondered what Recreation Therapy does or what impact they have on client outcomes?

As Practice Leader for Recreation Therapy, I want to take this opportunity to highlight some potential benefits of including Recreation Therapy as part of a client’s comprehensive treatment plan. 413 more words