Wellness

Read the latest wellness tips and news for any Brantford-Brant resident. Learn about any health threats and how to stay ahead of them.
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Prof. Praveen Saxena of the University of Guelph is shown in a handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ HO-University of Guelph MANDATORY CREDIT
Feb 15, 2017 | Add Comment

Melatonin in supplements can vary widely from labels

Amounts of melatonin in supplements can vary widely from what's on labels: study

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Canada | Feb 17, 2017

Canada lags other nations in wait times: report

Canada ranks low in international comparison of patient wait times: report

Canada | Feb 10, 2017

Schizophrenia: What the experts say

Schizophrenia: What the experts say as Greyhound bus beheader wins release

Canada | Feb 10, 2017

Sugary drinks pose threat to health: study

Sugary drink consumption predicted to harm Canadians' health, cost economy: study

Canada | Feb 10, 2017
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Flu vaccine effectiveness called 'decent'

This season's flu vaccine effectiveness 'decent' at 42 per cent: researchers

Business | Feb 09, 2017

Schneider's Gourmet World recalls seasonings

Schneider's Gourmet World recalls seasonings with undeclared milk

Business | Feb 09, 2017
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Recall of PC Organics baby food expanded

PC Organics baby food recalled as health risk due to bacteria contamination

Feb 08, 2017

Ontario puts $140M toward mental health

Ontario invests an additional $140M in mental health services

Feb 07, 2017

Health Canada to randomly test medical pot

Health Canada to randomly test medical pot after unauthorized pesticides found

Jul 18, 2016

There are many health benefits to laughter

Lisa Gallagher is the first to admit that she loves a good laugh. The 46-year old Brantford resident has earned it.

Brant News | Add Comment | by Gary Chalk
Jun 24, 2016

WEALTH MATTERS: Poor financial health can make you feel physically ill

Studies have shown that people dealing with financial stress are more likely to suffer other health issues, such as...

Metroland Media | Add Comment | by Randy Cass
May 10, 2016

Five questions about stem-cell transplants in Ontario

Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins has pledged to fix a fatally flawed system for providing allogeneic stem-cell...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Diana Zlomislic
May 10, 2016

‘Status quo is not an option’

Closing Willett, streamlining patient care among chief consultant recommendations for BCHS

Brant News | 2 Comments | by Sean Allen
May 09, 2016

Drinking diet soda while pregnant impact’s infant’s weight, study suggests

New Canadian study of more than 3,000 moms and infants raises red flags about artificial sweeteners

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Lauren Pelley
May 04, 2016

Acquired brain injury: Is it really the end? – Part 4

The fourth instalment in a four-part series chronicling writer Jesse Ferguson’s experience living with an acquired brain...

Brant News | Add Comment | by Jesse Ferguson
Apr 28, 2016

Acquired brain injury: Is it really the end? – Part 3

The third instalment in a four-part series chronicling writer Jesse Ferguson’s experience living with an acquired brain...

Brant News | Add Comment | by Jesse Ferguson
Apr 15, 2016

Acquired brain injury: Is it really the end? – Part 2

The second instalment in a four-part series chronicling writer Jesse Ferguson’s experience living with an acquired brain...

Brant News | Add Comment | by Jesse Ferguson

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