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Please enjoy this collection of health articles, tips, recipes and news from our expert clinical team members, including physicians, dietitians, kinesiologists, psychologists, neuropsychologists and family health nurses.

Skin 101 Sun Safety

WEBINAR – Skin 101: Sun Safety

In this webinar, Dr. Tasha Bienert, Family Physician at Copeman Healthcare, will provide guidance on finding an appropriate balance between the risks and benefits of sunlight, including how to keep your skin happy and healthy in the long run.

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Shakshuka

A quick and easy Middle-Eastern egg dish, great for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this shakshuka is great paired with whole grain bread, pasta or just on its own!

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Beet and Lentil Patties

Look no further for your next vegan-friendly burger recipe with these beet and lentil patties – perfect for summer and year-round!

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Spotlight on Magnesium

Why is magnesium so important and how can we get enough of it? Here’s what you need to know, plus some healthy recipes to get started!

Executives can't always make the best decisions

Executive Brain Function: How CEOs risk becoming walking zombies

The zombie apocalypse is already here. Or at least, it might seem that way for many business executives. While they may not be the groaning, shuffling brain-eaters from Hollywood horror movies, more often than not, CEOs are running on empty and can feel like they are experiencing “brain fog.” It’s not just CEOs. It’s new […]

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Seasonal Frittata

If you are looking for an extremely quick and easy dish to throw together when short on time, this recipe for a seasonal frittata is a great healthy meal!

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Is the Beyond Burger actually healthy?

The Beyond Meat burger continues to skyrocket in popularity as the first plant-based burger to taste and look like the “real thing” (a.k.a beef). But is it actually good for your health?

What to eat for radiant, healthy skin

What we eat can significantly affect our skin and how quickly it ages. Here are some simple ways to improve the look of your skin through diet

How to prevent age-related muscle loss

By the time we turn 40, many of us will begin to lose muscle mass. Fortunately, there are steps that can slow – or even reverse – this aging condition.

Erectile dysfunction: The hard facts about the soft truth

Erectile dysfunction affects as many as 40 percent of 40-year-old men and 70 percent of 70-year-old men. The good news is that it can be treated.