Categories: Doctor’s Journal

Keep Calm and Carry On: Tips to Managing Stress

  You’re too busy read this article. You’ve got deadlines, places to go, people to see and care for, and a job you must go to. You may not even have time to think about how stress is seeping into your day, affecting your relationships, or keeping you up at night.  The quest to find […]

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“…And then there was the time I had a panic attack”: Confessions of a Psychotherapist

Psychotherapy can help manage anxiety and panic attacks.

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Cannabis in Chinese Medicine

Cannabis in Chinese Medicine Did you know that the cannabis plant has been used in Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years? Medical marijuana is now “legal” in Ontario, which has set forward a wildfire of pop-up businesses hoping to cash in on the potential benefits of this beyond-our-years plant that has had a pretty […]

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5 Easy Healthy Snacking Ideas

Planning ahead and coming prepared with healthy snacks is a wonderful way to ensure you are not tempted to pickup processed, high sugar foods that are not health promoting.  The key to maintaining energy and blood sugar throughout the day is to ensure you include some fiber, fat and protein in your snacking.  Fiber, fat […]

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Procrastination and Therapy

Thinking about going to therapy is a task involving mental aerobics. Should I? Shouldn’t I? What about the cost? What about feeling better? What if no one can help me? Who can I trust? All these questions swirling about seem to become louder and louder the greater unhappiness is. Yet the moment we get any […]

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Allergies!

Spring is a season when flowers are in bloom, trees are budding and the sun is shining but for some unfortunate people, spring time also means a season filled with sneezing, runny noses, itchy and watery eyes. Allergic rhinitis affects over 20% of the population and seems to have a strong genetic component. Statistics show […]

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Seasonal Eating

It is officially summer and my favourite time of year for food because we are getting into the heart of the local growing season in Ontario.  There is nothing better than local produce, the taste is second to none, it supports local farmers and more of the nutrients are maintained because the produce didn’t spend […]

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Get the Sugar Monkey off Your Back

Sugar is everywhere, we have learned it makes everything taste good, it even “helps the medicine go down” according to Mary Poppin’s. But did you know the average Canadian consumes 88 lbs of sugar per year and children and teens tip the scales at over 100lbs of sugar per year! Wow was my response to […]

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Jouney from Infertility to Motherhood

Infertility Journey

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Acupuncture for Endometriosis and Infertility

Endometriosis

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