In this webinar, Dr. Beth Donaldson and Dr. Raymond McConville will help you to understand the current status of COVID-19 in BC as of March 25, 2020. They will present the current facts about the disease, dispel some of the myths, and provide you with the tools you need to get the most accurate information and help to prevent the spread.
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What do we eat when we can’t visit restaurants? We say…extra time in your home means extra time to cook some delicious and nutritious meals! Pasta and nuts are two foods that have long shelf lives and are great items to stock-pile in your pantry during this time. If you’re looking for a vegetarian pasta […]
It’s important to get our bodies moving, even as we practice social distancing. Exercise helps us sleep better at night, is good for our immune function, and provides valuable endorphins! Copeman Healthcare kinesiologists recommend getting at least 150 minutes of moderate or vigorous activity per week. While we may not be going to the gym, […]
No matter what, we need to eat! It can be overwhelming to shop for groceries, especially during these times of uncertainty. Many of us are wondering what kinds of foods to be stockpiling. Is it safe to buy fresh foods? How can we continue to stay healthy with non-perishable items? The foods we put into […]
Learn about ways to manage osteoarthritis, and about the evidence-based exercise program called Good Life with OsteoArthritis (GLA:D).
The way you feel is greatly impacted by the health of your gut. From eating fermented foods, to reducing anxiety- you can take care of your microbiome!
Your DNA can tell health professionals a lot about your health. With the field of genetics undergoing rapid growth and the invention of many new tests, healthcare is improving.
We have all seen fads take over the media, but are any of them really worth trying? Is it possible that some of them may even be dangerous?
Exercise can be used to treat, manage and prevent pain, inflammation and more! Read these five articles to learn about the lesser-known benefits of exercise, as well as how to move your body safely and effectively.