Dr. Rose Martel recently supported the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Summer Universiade Games held in Italy this past July as part of Team Canada’s core medical team.
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Many people are surprised to hear that appropriate amounts of exercise is one of the best ways to reduce chronic inflammation.
What conditions are most appropriate for online care, and when do you need an in-person visit? Here are 4 common health issues that can be treated with an online doctor visit.
While there is no cure for this chronic skin condition, the good news is that there are several things that you can do to treat the condition.
Inflammation that we can’t always see or feel—also known as chronic inflammation—is significant because it can have a number of different impacts on your long-term health.
It’s true that the foods we eat can have a profound effect on our body’s inflammation. But before you spend a fortune on turmeric lattés, it’s important to separate the inflammatory facts from fiction.
Join us for the first webinar in our Precision Health Webinar Series designed to educate you on TreatGxPlus, including how this genetic test can provide you and your physician with additional insight as to which medication and its dosage is best for you.
Yhis time of year the world tends to go a bit overboard when it comes to things “pumpkin spiced”. How can we make it healthier?
This recipe for Instant Pot Moroccan Chickpea Stew is full of protein and fiber. Plus, it incorporates a fall favourite – pumpkin!
These four nutrition hacks will help you to pack food to nourish your body not only for your day-to-day activities, but for life.