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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The nuclear family is no longer the norm in Canada. The mom-pop-and-three-kids-under-one-roof model that typified Canadian households of 50 years ago has morphed into a complex and diverse web of family ties involving living alone, re-marriage, stepchildren, empty-nesters and multiple generations sharing a home.
The Changing Face Of Marriage In Canada
BPA And Child Obesity Investigated
Debate: Is Coffee Good Or Bad For Your Health?
More Stores May Have Sold Recalled Beef
Why So Many Young Adults Are Living At Home
Meghan Telpner: Eight Easy Detox Strategies to Ward Off a Cold
Every single year we know that this is cold and flu season and instead of doing what we need to do, we just sit and wait for it plough us over. It's the germ that gets us but our own terrain that sets the stage to welcome in the germ. There are some crazy simple things we can start doing now to help ward off the autumn cold so that instead of calling in sick, we can call in healthy and go out and play.
Arthur Gallant: I Confess, Even I Have Mental Health Stigma
In order to put an end to a problem such as stigma you must first identify the origin of the problem and ask why it exists. What is it that we with mental illness say or do that makes others treat us negatively therefore creating stigma? I recently had to ask myself this question.
Anne Day: It Took a Turning Point to Start my Own Business
Women start businesses for a variety of reasons -- to address a need, to pursue a passion, or just to get away from life in the fast lane. Many seek more control over their lives, wanting the flexibility to work around the needs of their families, and their needs for an interesting life that stretches them and gives a sense of self. For myself it was a couple of life-changing experiences that had me take that leap of faith.
Yummy Mummy Club: Why This Mom Went on Strike
My boys were keeping score over everything and it drove me crazy. I was officially on strike. This meant I would be doing nothing. If they wanted food, they would have to prepare it, if they needed clean clothes, they would have to wash them. If they needed something at the store, they would have to walk to the store to get it. They would put themselves to bed. There would be no fun outings until the strike was over.
Joan Sutton: Alzheimer's Takes a Husband, and Hands You a Stranger
2012-09-11-Alzheimersbanner2.png Alzheimer's has stolen two bits of my husband's self -- his ability to manage his finances and his joy in cooking -- and with that, a large part of his dignity. And the thief has robbed me too -- of companionship, laughter, what our friends used to call our ballet in the kitchen.

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