This Monday night on Boomer Life, I'll be joined by the good people from Yes Wellness. Its flu season and we've got your top ways to fight the Winter cold.
VIA YesWellness.com blog
Most of us simply accept that we are in for a week or more of misery when we come down with a cold or the flu. You may have taken the precaution of getting a flu shot and eat all the right things, but still find yourself coughing and feverish. Fortunately, Mother Nature has kept us in mind and has provided some great ways to help beat flu and colds without resorting to potentially hazardous nostrums from the pharmacy shelf.
When you start to experience that achy, tired, and congested feeling that tells you that something is amiss, reach for ginger and turmeric to start fighting these viruses and their symptoms right away. Concealed inside these ...
This month's question comes from Stephanie from Tsawassen. She is the dog mom of Sadie who is a 13 year old Pomeranian cross. She wants to know:
"What sort of food should I be feeding Sadie, if she has the tendency for plaque build-up?"
Rhonda from Pampered Pets will answer this question on Saturday at 11am on Boomer Life. For asking her question, Stephanie wins a free cleaning for Sadie. Visit Pampered Pets here
If you have a question and would like to win just email your questions to PETS@CISL650.com
The tournment festivities start today and continue all weekend long. Participating NHL alumni include for Vancouver Canucks: Cliff Ronning, Kirk Mclean and Jyrki Lummi. For more information visit http://hockeyforalzheimers.ca/
"By 2038, it's expected the number of those diagnosed with dementia in B.C. will grow from 70,000 to 177,000. The tournament is taking some great steps to meet the critical need for funding support services, education programs and research for a cure."
Last year, over $775,000 was raised. Funds raised through the tournament enable the Alzheimer Society of B.C. to further support those living with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia, giving them access to education programs and support services in their communities.
"By 2038, it's expected the number of those diagnosed with dementia in B.C. will grow from 70,000 to 177,000. The tournament is taking some great steps to meet the critical need for funding support services, education ...