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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.

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Chicken Meatballs (Without Breadcrumbs)

These chicken meatballs substitute oats to help retain their structure, plus can easily be made gluten-free without sacrificing flavour or nutrition.

If you tend to skip your warm up, you’ll want to read this

From time to time, we all might be guilty of skipping a warm up. But if that has become your norm, it’s time to rethink how you allocate your exercise time.

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WEBINAR – The Pharmacy of the Future

Join us for an informative webinar with AJ Bassi, PocketPills’ Pharmacist and Director of Pharmacy Services, who will summarize PocketPills’ online pharmacy, mobile app, free medication delivery, and innovative packaging to help you manage your medications.

Heart-rate training 101

Monitoring your heart rate during exercise is a great way to track intensity and fitness improvements. Learn if it could be right for you.

New Copeman Healthcare Centre to open in Calgary

Copeman Healthcare to open 20,000 square foot Centre of Excellence in Calgary

Sick on vacation? Virtual care can help

Virtual care delivers real-time medical care via your mobile device. It’s a great option for fast, convenient and reliable care while travelling.

Nutrigenomic testing: How your DNA can impact your diet

Have you ever wondered why people respond differently to certain foods? Nutrigenomics is dedicated to examining why that happens.

Boost your digestive health through exercise

We know that regular exercise is good for our overall health, but did you know that includes digestive health as well?

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): Everything you need to know

Irritable bowel syndrome is the most common disorder of the gastrointestinal tract function. Here’s everything you need to know about IBS.

The human microbiome: The genome of the 21st century?

These days, the amount of media coverage our microbiome get makes it seem like it’s a big deal. But what’s all the fuss about?