How to Improve Your Immune Health This New Year December 15, 2021 As the New Year approaches, you have probably been thinking of your New Year’s resolutions. Many people take this time to commit to new, healthier ways of life. Consider making your immune health a priority on your list of resolutions this New Year. Your immune system is crucial for keeping your entire body safe and healthy. Without good immune health, you are more likely to have immune complications. At Quality of Life, we have immune-boosting supplements with high body absorbability to give your immune system an extra line […]
Proverbs 11:27 ESV Whoever diligently seeks good seeks favor, but evil comes to him who searches for it. [https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=proverbs+11%3A27&version=ESV] In searching for God, man not only fulfills his duty but brings himself much benefit. When he searches for trouble, though, he will find it. He will not usually like the results of finding it.… This content was originally published here.
Charlotte Drury was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just weeks before the 2021 Olympic qualifying trials, the gymnast revealed on Instagram last week. In the post, Drury shared details about her “life-changing” diagnosis, from the initial signs that she wasn’t well to the aftershock of learning she had a chronic illness months before the Olympic Games. Drury says she hadn’t been feeling good for months but chalked it up to stress and mental health. “I’d been feeling ‘off’ for months but wrote it off as depression linked to the struggles of living and training and going to school during a […]
Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca is calling on the Ford government to make proof of vaccination mandatory for access to LCBO and cannabis stores. Del Duca made the request during a news conference on Tuesday morning, as he discussed Ontario’s plans to begin lifting public health restrictions as of Jan. 31. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath also made a similar proposal earlier this week. “In essence, this is my call out to Doug Ford to say given all of the lessons that we have learned during this pandemic, lessons that I would have hoped that Doug Ford himself would have learned […]
The Netherlands has lifted its toughest Covid controls, Denmark is to remove all restrictions within days and France will begin easing curbs next week, as many – but not all – EU countries opt to reopen despite record infection numbers. The moves come as data shows hospital and intensive care admissions are not surging in line with cases, and after the World Health Organization suggested the Omicron variant – which studies show is more contagious but usually less severe for vaccinated people – may signal a new, more manageable phase in the pandemic. Dutch bars, restaurants and museums were allowed […]
Should You Be Eating Dairy? Get the Pros and Cons… September 06, 2021 If you’re like most people, you probably like milk in your diet. You might say, “But I don’t drink milk,” but the milk we get in a glass is just one form of milk. Milk is generally added in bread, cookies, cakes, cake mixes, cereals, chewing gum, coffee creamer, candies, chocolates, and even some hot meals and soups. Supplements can also contain dairy, especially protein shakes. After reviewing this list, you probably realize how much dairy has snuck into your diet. You may have noticed lately an […]
What are EMFs? EMFs are invisible areas of energy (radiation) that are produced during the use of electrical power and natural or man-made light. They can be grouped into two categories: Ionizing EMFs are produced by sunlight or X-rays, non-ionizing EMFs are more common and are produced from everyday items such as microwaves, computers, wifi, bluetooth devices, power lines, MRIs, and your cell phone. The problem is, even though the amount of EMFs produced from these devices are low and not considered a threat, most of us are constantly exposed to EMFs throughout our days. Studies are just beginning to […]
You might not have any symptoms of type 2 diabetes because it comes on slowly, but there are warning signs that could help you start to manage the disease. This content was originally published here.
Unvaccinated individuals and children ages 2 and up not eligible for the vaccine should continue to wear face coverings. A “face covering” means a type of mask or respirator recommended […] This content was originally published here.
Midwest grocery chains Meijer and Hy-Vee said they have started giving away the masks. Walgreens expects its giveaways to start Friday. This content was originally published here.