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The Future of Your Health is Now Your Choice

Posted in Health & Wellbeing, Profile

Every single one of us is different in some way physically, mentally, and emotionally. It is staggering to think that in a world of over 7 billion people, there aren’t two exactly alike. Yet, this is the beauty of life. This is what makes us human.

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A Taste of Nova Scotia

Posted in Culinary Delights, FEATURED

This dish was created as a way to enjoy a typical Maritime lobster dinner in a single bite or two. In Nova Scotia lobster is almost always boiled but steamed lobster is becoming more popular, personally I prefer it boiled in heavily salted water to give it that fresh from the water flavor.

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Transcendental Meditation

Posted in Culture, Health & Wellbeing

Transcendental Meditation: A Very Brief Introduction By Joseph Shannon, Certified Instructor of Transcendental Meditation Transcendental Meditation (or TM) has been described as a way to relax, promote health, vitality and longevity, develop creativity, increase energy and IQ, a way to develop heightened mental performance and greater inner peace. Personal experience and science have both shown that in fact it does all of these things. The popular historical connection with the subject of TM could easily have begun with the Beatles. Whether we appreciated...

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Taming Shame and Blame

Posted in Culture

Taming Shame and Blame By Joyce M. Ross and E. Patricia Connor Shame is a “learned” response with potent roots in early socialization. As children, we quickly discover that when we commit a “wrong” act, our parents react by temporarily withholding love as we are scolded, punished or shunned. Aware that we are the cause of their unpleasant reaction, we feel ashamed, scared and vulnerable. Once accepted back into our parents’ good graces, never again wanting to experience such...

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Tulum, Mexico

Posted in Luxury Real Estate

The New Frontier for Real Estate Investors By Raminta Lilaite Once a while, there are locations in the world that are on the brink of explosion in terms of real estate, and at the moment many eyes are on Tulum, Mexico. A small Mayan fishing village, Tulum has been known for years for its sugary, picture-perfect beaches, turquoise warm waters of the Caribbean, yoga, ancient Mayan ruins perched high on a cliff and its ecological vibe. Its small beach...

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Is Your “Get Up and Go” Gone?

Posted in Health & Wellbeing

Women are three times more likely to feel fatigued than men By Lorna R. Vanderhaeghe, M.S. One in four North American women has low iron or iron deficiency anemia, characterized by symptoms such as fatigue, peeling fingernails, hair loss, poor concentration, heart palpitations, pale skin and dark under-eye circles. So important is iron to health that even a mild deficiency can affect your ability to perform everyday mental and physical tasks. And you do not have to be diagnosed...

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Mating in Captivity

Posted in Culture

Mating in Captivity By Esther Perele There is nothing mysterious when two people in a couple cannot stand one another, and are not having sex. But what about the couples I meet in my practice every day? The ones who claim to love each other as much as ever, who describe relationships that are caring and loving, but they are not having sex — at least not with each other? After more than twenty years as a couple therapist...

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House-Hunting and Dating

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HOUSE-HUNTING & DATING Life’s Two Biggest Shopping Trips  By Jacquie Brownridge Spring and early summer is a busy season for those looking to invest in property. The market is flooded after the post-winter real estate break and the yards look great as Mother Nature waxes her green thumb. Searching for your ideal future home can be a long, arduous process that involves attending open houses, scheduling viewings and repeatedly checking the online listings for newly posted homes in the...

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Predicting Healthy Futures

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Predicting healthy futures: Learn today what your health looks like tomorrow By: Barbara Balfour If heart disease and diabetes run in your family, you may be worried about what the future holds for your own health. While it’s always helpful to know your genetic history, it doesn’t tell the complete story of where your biggest health risks might be hiding. The good news is, you often don’t have to look too far. The strongest indicator of whether you will...

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Collagen Slows Aging

Posted in Health & Wellbeing

Collagen Slows Aging by Lorna R. Vanderhaeghe, M.S. The word collagen is derived from the Greek word “kola” meaning glue. Collagen is a structural component that makes your bones strong, your tendons elastic and your skin smooth. Collagen is the single most abundant protein in the human body. Newborns have abundant collagen and as we age collagen production declines. There are over 16 types of collagen, but 90 percent of the collagen in the body consists of types I,...

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2015 Lexus RC F Sports Coupe Preview

Posted in Luxury Rides

2015 LEXUS RC F SPORTS COUPE PREVIEW by Tony Whitney The car had been eagerly anticipated, but the elegant new Lexus RC F still created a buzz of excitement when it made its global debut at the big Detroit auto show earlier this year. Quite apart from its appealing and satisfyingly aggressive looks, the RC F promises to be a very quick and agile performer, as room was made under the hood for a seriously powerful V-8 engine. For...

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