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Family’s heartbreak as ‘healthy’ 14-month-old puppy dies while residing at puppy training camp

Family’s heartbreak as ‘healthy’ 14-month-old puppy dies while residing at puppy training camp

A devastated family is mourning the ‘unexpected’ loss of their 14-month-old puppy after his week-long stay at a dog training facility. Sisters Christina and Celia Zazzarino from Sydney, owned a ‘completely healthy’ dog called Wiston (Winnie), but he started to ‘become a bit of a handful’. The siblings decided to opt for professional training while […]

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Vancouver Island to get cancer center in Nanaimo, says premiere

Vancouver Island to get cancer center in Nanaimo, says premiere

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News LocalHealth Health The announcement follows Thursday’s long-awaited approval of a new cancer treat facility at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops. Author of the article: Published May 26, 2023 • Last updated 4 days ago • 2 minute read Premier David Eby answers questions from the media in Langford, BC,

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How Toronto’s Don River, once declared dead, is roaring back to life |  Canada

How Toronto’s Don River, once declared dead, is roaring back to life | Canada

After decades of illness, including a cholera scare and bouts of malaria, Toronto’s Don River succumbed to mounting neglect and was pronounced dead in 1969. A funeral procession of environmental activists wound through the city, with mourners gathering at the polluted banks of the river to pay their final respects. After more than half a

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Dietary recommendations for cardiovascular health challenged by new evidence on saturated fatty acids’ effects on LDL-C and Lp(a) levels

Dietary recommendations for cardiovascular health challenged by new evidence on saturated fatty acids’ effects on LDL-C and Lp(a) levels

A recent perspective piece published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition discussed current dietary recommendations to reduce the intake of saturated fatty acids and modulate the risk of cardiovascular disease while highlighting the impact of lower saturated fatty acid intake on low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and lipoprotein A. Study: Lipoprotein(a) and Diet – A

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COVID-19: Should I be wearing a mask, and when?

COVID-19: Should I be wearing a mask, and when?

Even before the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic was no longer a “public health emergency of international concern” on Friday, many Canadians had already given up wearing masks as mandates lifted in most public places. Although WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus noted Friday’s declaration “does not mean COVID-19 is over,” many people will

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Anderson Cooper Shares Adorable New Family Photo as He Celebrates Son Wyatt’s 3rd Birthday

Anderson Cooper Shares Adorable New Family Photo as He Celebrates Son Wyatt’s 3rd Birthday

The journalist celebrates his “little peanut” as he turns 3 years old on Thursday Anderson Cooper/Instagram Anderson Cooper’s little boy is growing up! the Anderson Cooper 360 host, 55, celebrated son Wyatt Morgan’s 3rd birthday on Thursday, sharing a sweet message and some new photos of his little guy on Instagram. As part of the

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Bariatric surgery for teens: The risks and benefits for kids with obesity : Shots

Bariatric surgery for teens: The risks and benefits for kids with obesity : Shots

Maria Caprigno and her son, Harry, at Disney World. Maria Caprigno hide caption toggle captions Maria Caprigno Maria Caprigno and her son, Harry, at Disney World. Maria Caprigno Maria Caprigno says her youth was especially brutal, having to navigate her middle school years weighing over 440 pounds. She says she felt ruthlessly hemmed in —

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75 blueberries a day could help keep the brain healthy

75 blueberries a day could help keep the brain healthy

Share on PinterestMore evidence suggests that blueberries could help support brain and cardiovascular health. Image credit: Marvin Fox/Getty Images Eating a handful of wild blueberries each day could strengthen cognitive and cardiovascular health, according to a new study. The study found that blueberries’ anthocyanins are responsible for improving vascular and cerebral blood flow, which are

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