Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis- The prevalence of ulcerative colitis is greater among Ashkenazi Jews and decreases progressively in other persons of Jewish descent, non-Jewish Caucasians, Africans, Hispanics, and Asians. IT IS a disease which appears to run in families It creeps up on you Its treatment differs from person to person It...

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A Question of Modality – Raising Foster Kids in the Neighborhood

A Question of Modality – Raising Foster Kids in the Neighborhood

She looks… happy. Genuinely happy. A single mother at twenty-nine years of age. She has six kids. All genders; all races; all creeds. Her children range in age from eight- to seventeen-years-old.  She is my neighbor, and I am proud to call her my friend. Samantha (real name withheld) is...

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Happy 150th Birthday Canada

Happy 150th Birthday Canada

To celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial year, Ottawa has been pegged as the place to be – but it’s not the only place to party and show your Canadian pride. July 3-9th, 2017 OTTAWA host the Canadian Track and Field Championships, For additional details, and ticket purchase click to : http://www.athletics.ca  LIVE Webcast –...

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WALKING FOR FITNESS

WALKING FOR FITNESS

Walking is a gentle, low-impact exercise that can ease you into a higher level of fitness and health. It’s one of your body’s most natural forms of exercise. It’s safe, simple, doesn’t require practice, and the health benefits are many. > Reduce your risk of a heart attack. > Manage...

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“Top Five Chiropractic Questions”

“Top Five Chiropractic Questions”

by: Dr. Christopher J. Morgan Chiropractic is the largest non-allopathic health profession in North America.  Every year more than 4 million Canadians seek the help of a chiropractor for relief from muscle, joint and spinal pain conditions such as repetitive strain injury, whiplash, sports injuries and home and workplace accidents.   Despite...

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Rant of the Day (by Farid Scoon, Attorney of Law in Trinidad)

Rant of the Day (by Farid Scoon, Attorney of Law in Trinidad)

Rant of the Day (by Farid Scoon, Attorney of Law in Trinidad) August 2, 2016 Government continues to be soft on ISIS co-conspirators in Trinidad and Tobago and I would like to know why? A Turkish newspaper reports that 9 citizens of Trinidad and Tobago are being deported from that...

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BEAUTIFY YOUR OUTDOOR SPACE WITH CONTAINERS – by Jocelyn Weatherspoon

BEAUTIFY YOUR OUTDOOR SPACE WITH CONTAINERS – by Jocelyn Weatherspoon

BEAUTIFY YOUR OUTDOOR SPACE WITH CONTAINERS Containers can be planted with flowers, herbs or an attractive mixture. Before you plant, check nursery descriptions to find the height and width of mature plants. Almost all vegetables can be grown in containers. Medium-sized containers are best planted with dwarf varieties of vegetables,...

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JUNE 2016 – Male Issue

MALE ISSUE June month marks the half way point on a calendar year; it’s also the month summer begins (June 21). This June we celebrate Father’s Day on June 19 and give recognition to Canada’s First Nation people on June 21. World Sickle Cell Day is on June 19 &...

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ONE on ONE with Frances_Anne Solomon

ONE on ONE with Frances_Anne Solomon

By Liz Philbert (Sept 2015 issue) A. We are noticing a new surge of Black females in big mainstream productions, in television shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and on the screen like “Selma”. After decades of your working in the film industry as a producer, director etc. what is your take...

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Camp Jumoke

Camp Jumoke

Hello Liz: Thank you for your support!  Your team’s contribution of time, energy and goodwill helped to make Camp Jumoke’s Turtle Walk 2010 successful in so many ways: Children and their families enjoyed a sunny, fun-filled day at Queen’s Park with great food and great entertainment Walkers raised approximately $20,000 (and counting!), going directly towards camp fees,...

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