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We can pretty much all agree that the back-to-school season might as well be rebranded as the back-to-germs season, right parents!? While simple good health habits like covering your mouth and nose when coughing/sneezing and washing your hands often with ...Read More
For children, the start of the school year is filled with excitement and anticipation of new adventures, learning and reconnecting with friends they haven’t seen all summer. For parents, it’s knowing that their kids will be exposed to lots of ...Read More
Being sick costs everyone. Being sick costs your employer. Canadians, on average, take 9 sick days per year. And these sick days cost the Canadian economy more than 16.6 billion dollars annually1. But being sick also costs you. Getting taken ...Read More
Runny noses, phlegmy coughs, scratchy throats, fever and lethargy will sap the fun out of any family event. Having Flora’s Elderberry Crystals for Kids stocked and on hand is the kind of planning ahead that will save the day if ...Read More
With the modern overuse of antibiotic pharmaceuticals and antibacterial cleaners, the harmful pathogens that we are exposed to today are becoming more aggressive and resistant. At the same time, our own immune systems have become more vulnerable to these pathogens. ...Read More
Schools are little germ factories and back to school shopping is no longer just about buying crayons, backpacks and binders! Nowadays, parents look for natural health products to support better digestion, brain health, and immunity. With a variety of options ...Read More
1. Plan School Lunches Together Hummus on whole wheat pita bread? Check. Carrots and celery with a creamy dip? Sounds great. However you decide to fill your child’s belly, the key to creating meals they enjoy is to enlist their ...Read More
[fusion_text]We have barely begun to enjoy a well-deserved summer rest, and we are already bombarded with the insidious media and store shelves. It reminds us of the chaotic times of the back-to-school season approaching quickly. The start of the school ...Read More
Our brains (plus the highly sophisticated network of neurons that run throughout our bodies) think for us, make sense of the information around us, and create the emotions and “feelings” that make us who we are and inform our experience ...Read More
Most of us tend to think of the brain as an isolated control centre for all our other organs. But the fact is, our inner workings are far more synergistic. According to Karen Jensen, naturopathic doctor and author of Three ...Read More
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