Inflammation

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A Biomedical Approach to Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month and with that, I thought it would be informative to explain the approach I take when assessing and treating Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism in the western world has seen dramatic increases over the past decades. In the early 1990s the estimated rate of ASD

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Brain Health: 12 Ways to Reduce your Risk of Dementia

A recent article from The Lancet, one of the world’s leading medical review journals, highlighted 12 major risk factors for developing dementia. They noted that minimizing these risks could prevent or delay up to 40% of the cases worldwide and that prevention and wellbeing was the goal of dementia care.

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Environmental Toxins and Your Fertility

One aspect of my work that I love is working with women and couples who are keen to examine their health in preparation for trying to get pregnant and grow a family. We know that being in an optimal state of health contributes to a vibrant pregnancy and a healthy

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Concussions – A holistic approach

Concussions are one of those injuries that can affect us for a day or months on end. Some people can really hit their head hard and are not be affected, while others bang their head on a door frame and can be significantly affected for months. Be it common North

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Endometriosis: A Natural Approach

Endometriosis is a common, and unfortunately commonly under-diagnosed pain condition that occurs in people who menstruate. It is estimated that 10-15% of women have endometriosis (meaning, around 1 in 10 women – and that is a conservative number). It is characterized by extremely painful or crippling menstrual cramps, along with

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5Rs to Optimal Digestive Health

Your digestive tract, or as we lovingly like to refer to it at the clinic – your GUT, is the foundation for great health. So it makes sense that in order to connect with health, we must first heal the gut. There have been numerous articles written on the subject

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