Seniors are now eligible for chiropractic service through their seniors health coverage plan (Group 66).  This benefit started in the summer of 2012. Seniors will receive coverage up to a limit of $25 per visit and to a maximum of $200 per benefit year (July 1 – June 30). Chiropractic services have been proven to be very effective in improving mobility for seniors.  Improved access to chiropractic care helps seniors to lead healthier and more independent lives.  Chiropractic funding was disconti

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It is always a good idea to know more about how to prevent heart problems and stroke and what the risk factors are for both heart disease and stroke.  On Thursday, February 21 from 10:00-11:00 at the CommUnity Drop-In Centre, Tammy Oliver-McCurdie from the Heart & Stroke Foundation will be presenting on the following areas:
• How the heart works;
• Warning signs of a heart attack;
• How the brain works;
• Warning signs of a stroke;
• Risk factors with both heart disease and stroke;
• What in

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February is heart month and while Canadians are living longer, they are not necessarily healthier. The choices we make each day can help shape our future.  Heart disease and stroke is the #1 killer of women in Canada but most women don't know it.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada provides a tastebud-tempting calendar full of delicious recipes that will do your heart a favour. The Foundation also encourages people to embrace good health habits. The key is to reduce as many risk factors as

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January is Alzheimer's Awareness Month, therefore the first Monthly Information Meeting of 2013 will be Thursday, January 17, at 10:00 at the Drop-In Centre and we will have a guest speaker from the Alzheimer Society joining us.
Alzheimer's affects many people at all different ages.  Our greatest defense from this disease is to keep our minds active and constantly be challenging ourselves to play more games, read more books, learn new things, and try doing things differently from normal such as

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