All posts by Georgia Wilson

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Are Your Drawers Enjoying Your Hearing Aids?

By Tosha R. Hodgson, BA, MClSc, Aud(C), Registered Audiologist & Hearing Instrument Practitioner

Getting just the right fit and performance can be a complex and frustrating process, but it’s important to persevere, seek help, and find the perfect solution for you.

I have yet to see any drawers—bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, or otherwise—sport a pair of human pinna that would benefit from hearing better; yet there inside, hearing aids often rest. Continue reading

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Welcome to our Okanagan Health & Wellness Magazine Fall 2017 Issue

ITL Fall issue of Magazine

Welcome to our latest issue of OHW Magazine! After several months of crazy weather in North America and globally (floods, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, powerful windstorms, and volcanic activity), things appear to have settled into a more benign pattern, at least in our part of the world. Autumn has arrived, our Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone, and we are reminded that we have so much to be thankful for. Continue reading

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The Vagina Dialogues

By Christine Hatfield, MD

It’s no secret that many women are prone to experiencing vaginal concerns due to childbirth or the aging process. But did you know that treatment options are available?

You probably already know the female vagina is seriously impressive. This amazing body part can bring about intense pleasure, help predict when you are fertile, and even transport another tiny human being into the world. In short, it’s pretty awesome. That’s why I think it’s crucial to keep your vagina in its best working condition for life! Continue reading

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Energy Medicine for Good Health!

By Bob Moore

If you feel you’ve run out of pain control avenues, microcurrent energy may be what you’ve been missing.

When was the last time that you were pain free? When you didn’t have a headache, low back pain or even a joint or muscle ache? According to Statistics Canada, roughly 27 percent of seniors living at home and up to 38 percent of those living in health-care institutions have chronic disabling pain, with rates higher for women than for men. In BC, an estimated 800,000 people live with chronic pain. Continue reading

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Is Coconut Oil Good for You?

Q: Is coconut oil good for you?

 
Like many foods we eat, there has been much debate over the health effects of coconut oil. Naysayers claim that it contains saturated fats and, as a result, can cause problems like heart disease and obesity. Others claim that coconut oil is composed of medium-chain triglycerides that can actually increase good HDL cholesterol and lower bad LDL cholesterol levels. As a consumer, it’s often difficult to determine the truth around this highly controversial food. Continue reading

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