I’ve got the great fortune today of presenting content in collaboration with Canadian gummy supplement manufacturer Senzo and was really spoiled for choice in terms of which of their marquee products I was going to choose to discuss. As you can see, I’ve landed on melatonin – the aptly named

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I’m thrilled today to be sharing the work of my intern Evan Huang-Ku, a Taiwanese-Canadian dietitian and certified diabetes educator who takes us on an exploration on the topic of diabetes prevalence within the Asian community. Excellent work Evan! Diabetes In The Asian Community By Evan Huang-Ku RD, CDE Diabetes

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A special thank you to Evan Huang Ku RD for preparing this resource which I’m confident will help any new and aspiring writers out there. If you are looking to take your writing to the next level, I can help – reach out to chat about Kaleigraphy. Step 1 –

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Anxiety disorders are a family of conditions often referred to simply as “anxiety” which represent the most prevalent mental health condition globally. Anxiety impacts more people than depression does, and is more common in females than males with over 275 million total global cases. Various medications used to help treat

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The use of antidepressant medication in Canada has increased significantly since the 1990s, with usage rates of over 5% making them among the most frequently prescribed medications in our country. This speaks, in part, to the mental health challenges we all face. Challenges only worsened by the recent pandemic, which

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I like to think of caffeine as everyone’s favourite 8 carbon compound. But that’s because I’m a weird science guy and its chemical structure is: C8H10N4O2 In reality, caffeine is often referred to as the most widely consumed Central Nervous System stimulant (CNS) globally – but you probably know it

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Cannabidiol, often referred to as CBD, is one of the over 100 compounds that exist naturally in the Cannabis plant. Often consumed in the form of an oil or capsule, CBD is generally contrasted to THC (the compound that gets you “high”) by being characterized as having minimal or no

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