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Jan
14
Natural Remedies for Winter Ills: A Homeopathy Workshop
For anyone wishing they had more natural solutions for those winter illnesses, this three hour workshop will provide the knowledge you need to thrive through the winter months. You’ll learn what to keep in your home remedy kit for fevers, influenza, coughs, colds, earaches and so much more. Re..
Jan
24
Free Bio-Energy Seminar: Wake Up and Feel Amazing
Discover the Natural Healing Power within your body! Are you suffering with PAIN in your body? Is it causing you stress, discomfort or a lack of mobility? Is it preventing you from enjoying the amazing life you deserve to live? Did you know that pain is the #1 cause behind feeling drained and can al..
Apr
05
Talk and Book Signing Event for The Good Living Guide to Natural and Herbal Remedies
Herbal medicine talk and Book Signing! Join us for an experiential and informative talk on incorporating herbal medicine into your lifestyle with Katolen Yardley, MNIMH - Medical Herbalist. This talk offers gems for new and seasoned herbalists alike! We will discuss some back-to-nature home remedies..
Oct
12
19th ANNUAL CANADIAN ENERGY PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE - The Conference for Integrative and Energy Therapies
More Than a Conference, it’s an Experience. Since 1999, the Canadian Energy Psychology Conference has offered a warm, inspiring environment for learning, sharing and networking. Uniting healing practitioners, therapists, teachers, and lifelong learners, the Canadian EPC is an ideal space to de..

Latest News From the Natural Wellness Industry

Canadian kids may be among the least active in the word

16 November 2016 12:14AM
TORONTO -- It's well-established that Canadian children are not as active as they could be. Now a new study suggests they may be among the least active kids in the world. In June, the annual ParticipAction report card gave Canadian kids a D- for their level of physical activity, the fourth...

New York Times Takes Critical Look at False Promise of GMOs

9 November 2016 11:33AM
An article in Sunday's New York Times has struck a blow to the argument that genetically modified (GMO) crops will help "feed the world." Investigative reporter Danny Hakim's piece argues that in the last two decades GMO crops have been a mainstay in conventional agriculture...

Melbourne scientists make breakthrough in fight against antibiotic-resistant superbugs

28 September 2016 3:48AM
Scientists have made a major breakthrough in the battle against antibiotic-resistant superbugs by creating molecules which are able to kill the deadly bacteria....

The sugar industry sweetened heart disease research in its favor over fats

15 September 2016 1:42AM
Looks like the sugar industry is a big fat liar. Damning historical research published in JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday suggests that the Sugar Research Foundation (known today as the Sugar Association) paid three Harvard scientists the equivalent of about $50,000 in the 1960s to publish...

IV vitamin therapy hits the road in Vancouver bringing a drip to your door

26 August 2016 1:18AM
Sticking a needle in your arm for a large dose of vitamins isn’t the pick-me-up of choice for most of us, but it’s popular enough in Vancouver that a mobile service is taking IV therapy to clients anywhere....

Gut Feeling- Microbiome different in people with MS

16 August 2016 3:22AM
A connection between the bacteria living in the human gut and immunological disorders such as multiple sclerosis has long been suspected, but for the first time, researchers have detected clear evidence of changes that tie the two together....

Why are so many Olympians covered in large red circles?

9 August 2016 3:03AM
A number of Olympians - including the most decorated Olympic athlete of all time, Michael Phelps - have been photographed with large red circles on their skin. What are they, and why is everyone suddenly going dotty over them?...



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