Well suffice to say, the day has come. The day has come where I feel uncomfortable sitting with a winter coat on. I feel uncomfortable when I look in the mirror. I feel uncomfortable just about every waking minute … Continue reading The Continuous Struggle With Weight Loss. What do you think about Herbal Magic?
CANCER KILLS ONE IN FOUR DOGS – CANADIAN PET CANCER RESEARCH FINDS NEW INSIGHTS WHICH MAY ALSO BENEFIT HUMAN CANCER CARE Today, on average, one in four dogs dies of cancer. For cats, it’s one in eight. The statistics are heartbreaking – but groundbreaking work being done at the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph in treating cancer in pets is not only helping to keep beloved furry family members alive, it’s also deepening our understanding of the disease and leading to improved care for human cancer patients. “What we are learning from treating cancer in dogs and cats is impacting … Continue reading Ontario Veterinary College launches Keep Cancer On A Leash
So as you may or may not know…..I haven’t been writing a lot lately. Well there’s a few reasons behind this. One being that I am suffering from excruciating lower back pain and hip issues. Yep, being Fat … Continue reading Life Has Been A Blast With Sleep Apnea and Back Pain
Tourette Syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by tics- involuntary vocal and physical outbursts. Tourette Syndrome is a widely misunderstood disorder, and as a result, can be incredibly difficult to live with. Starting June 19th at 9AM EST, the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada (TSFC) is launching Surrender Your Say, a Twitter campaign created by Saatchi and Saatchi Canada, to bring increased awareness to the disorder. The TSFC wants you to experience what it’s like to have Tourette Syndrome by giving up control of your online voice- your Twitter feed. For one day, participants will experience tics, in the form of Tweets. When and what a … Continue reading The Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada asks Twitter users to experience Tourette Syndrome
I have always said “Show me a pillow and I will show you sleep.” However, little did I realize that my constant sleepiness was due to sleep apnea. Since my late 20’s, if I did something strenuous, I needed a sleep afterwards. Otherwise, I was operable at work and play until I settled down for the day. At first, when my doctor suggested that I had this ailment, I laughed. At 38, I was always able to do my job well, multi-task, and look after my children before feeling completely sleep deprived. To appease him, I went to take a … Continue reading I have sleep apnea but it’s been a miserable journey
In the beginning of May, I agreed to take part in a program initiated by the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada called ‘1 Day in May‘. I received a package which contained a cane, eye patch, pins, needles, and bandages. I … Continue reading May is MS Awareness Month