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High blood pressure: ‘Insufficient sunlight’ is a possible risk factor – study findings

Friday, April 1, 2022
THERE are a number of known risk factors for high blood pressure, largely surrounding diet. Yet a recent study has raised the possibility that insufficient sunlight is a new risk factor for hypertension. continue reading

Relief at the pumps is here for Albertans

Friday, April 1, 2022
Alberta’s government is no longer collecting the provincial fuel tax while oil prices are high. Drivers will save the 13-cent provincial fuel tax on every litre of gasoline or diesel they purchase. continue reading

Vitamin D from the Sun is Better: Nutrition Professor

Thursday, March 31, 2022
“It’s much better to go out in the sun because if you’re out in the sun, you’re creating the hormone in the way that it’s supposed to be created. And you have to think of [supplementation] as hormone replacement therapy, with all of the confusing and unknown and risks associated with hormone replacement therapy,” Nestle said. continue reading

The SUN Method: For Sales, Customer Service and Management

Thursday, March 31, 2022
The SUN method is a convenient reminder of the way people should be treated, whether it’s a new client, a disgruntled client, or a fellow employee. The three steps of the SUN method are: seeking, understanding and nurturing. continue reading

KNOW “D” NUMBER Patient and Provider Guide to Understanding Vitamin D, Testing & Results Booklet

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
The IRB-approved KNOW “D” NUMBER Patient and Provider Guide to Understanding Vitamin D, Testing & Results booklet was created by a team of vitamin D experts to help patients and health care providers alike better understand vitamin D and the importance of knowing the vitamin D level. continue reading

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