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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.
The Copeman Healthcare registered dietitian team has compiled a cookbook with ten of their favourite healthy go-to meals in the fall. From breakfast to dinner, Thailand to Italy – there is a wide variety to suit everyone’s food preferences. Kick-start your healthy diet this year with the second edition of Copeman Cooks.
Join us for the second webinar in our Precision Health Webinar Series designed to educate you on Nutrigenomix. By matching what you eat with your unique genetic profile, the Nutrigenomix test suggests how you can optimize your energy potential and improve your health.
The Copeman Healthcare registered dietitian team has compiled a cookbook with ten of their favourite healthy go-to meals in the spring. From salads to chicken, pork and tofu – there is a wide variety to suit everyone’s food preferences. Kick-start your healthy diet this year with the first edition of Copeman Cooks.
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.
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.