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Kemptville District Hospital Expands Education and Support Programs

Kemptville District Hospital Expands Education and Support Programs to Help Combat the Global Epidemic of Diabetes     Kemptville, Ontario (PR) February 02, 2012 With an emphasis on prevention, Kemptville…

Enhanced Jamieson e-Commerce Site Now Sells and Educates Consumers about Probiotics

Enhanced Jamieson e-Commerce Site Now Sells and Educates Consumers about Probiotics Toronto, Ontario (PR) January 23, 2012 Jamieson Laboratories has launched a complete line of probiotics supplements, concurrently with detailed…

Canada’s First Certification and Awards Program to Recognize Canadian Leadership in Employee Health and Wellness

arc Health Management Announces Canada’s First Certification and Awards Program to Recognize Canadian Leadership in Employee Health and Wellness. Toronto Ontario (PR) January 15, 2012 Starting in the spring of…

Innovative Meal Solution Tools for Grocery Retailers and Their Shoppers

Invatron and ShoptoCook Form Strategic Global Alliance   Toronto, Canada and Buffalo, USA (PR) January 15, 2012 Invatron and ShoptoCook announced today that they have formed a strategic global alliance…

New Go-To Resource For The Entire Healthcare Community

Bel Marra Nutritionals Launches New Website For the New Year Toronto, Ontario, Canada (PR) January 14, 2012 Bel Marra Nutritionals has announced the launch of its exciting new web site…

Choose Proof Over Theory for Weight Loss Programs

Choose Proof Over Theory for Weight Loss Programs, Say Precision Nutrition Experts   Toronto, ON (PR) January 11, 2012 When it comes to moving beyond New Year’s resolutions by choosing…

Pilot Studies on Lyme Disease, STARI and Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis Funded by National Research Fund for Tick-Borne Diseases (NRFTD)

Pilot Studies on Lyme Disease, STARI and Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis Funded by National Research Fund for Tick-Borne Diseases (NRFTD) Toronto News, (PR) January 10, 2012 The National Research Fund for…

Research Shows – Occasional Pot Smoking or Other Light Illicit Drug Use Can’t Affect Memory Lost

Research Shows – Occasional Pot Smoking or Other Light Illicit Drug Use Can’t Affect Memory Lost

Drug use not Tied to Mental Decline in Middle-age Toronto News, January 09, 2012 Middle aged adults whose memories have grown hazy can’t blame occasional pot smoking or other light…

Precision Nutrition’s New Years Weight Loss Program

Precision Nutrition’s New Years Weight Loss Program Sells Out in Less Than 24 Hours   Toronto, ON (PR) January 06, 2012 Precision Nutrition announces it doubled enrollment in its Lean…

The National Library of Medicine Explores Artificial Intelligence

The National Library of Medicine Explores Artificial Intelligence Using Two-Hundred Thousand Real Patient Questions from AskTheDoctor.com   Toronto, Ontario (PR) January 05, 2012 Researchers at The National Library of Medicine…