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The novel corona virus (COVID-19) has made its presence known around the world and as we adapt to the new normal, it is important that safety measure are in place in order to help limit the transmission of the virus.

Compression Socks


You may have seen athletes on T.V, or know of a friend/family member who wears compression stockings. You may be wondering whether they are good or bad for you to wear as well, or have some questions about their utility in everyday life. Here is some important information on compression socks and how they may help you.

Parkinson's Disease


Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a degenerative neurological disorder that results in the loss of nerve cells in parts of the brain. One area of the brain that is affected is the sustantia nigra, a nerve cell that is responsible for producing the chemical messenger dopamine.

Summer Heat Sweaty Feet: Perfect Conditions for Fungal Infections



Summer temperatures are soaring, and our feet are beginning to feel the heat. Hot temperatures can provide a perfect environment for fungal infection to thrive in our feet. Fungal infections are caused by fungi germ cells, which love dark, moist, warm environments such as between our toes and in our shoes. 

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