Back pain is very common during pregnancy; at least half of pregnant women experience some form of back pain. It is helpful to understand what may cause this, and know how to minimize the discomfort.
Fall is here and The Cutting Studio in Hamilton has provided our readers with tips and trends for your hair. You likely change your wardrobe, footwear, and even your diet with each passing season. But, weather patterns also affect the look and feel of your hair. Take a cue from nature—reassess your hair care routine and try a fresh, new style.
Big Creek Stables in Caledonia is waiting for your visit. The knowledgeable staff are here to make your riding experience a memorable one.
Hamilton Sports Multiplex is proud to offer a new and unique health and fitness club experience for men, women and children of all ages – right here in Hamilton, Ontario
At Stax Gallery, it’s all about the art. Located at 144 James St. N., Stax Gallery serves as a resource for art collectors and is dedicated to showcasing emerging and prominent artists and their art.
The Cutting Studio in Hamilton knows what it takes to make your hair – and you – look good. While hairstyling is said to date back some 30,000 years, the vogue in men’s and women’s hairstyles changes almost constantly, so you need a stylist who keeps up with the latest trends in the industry and they do just that.
Lack of sleep due to stress, disruption in schedule, or pain can have negative effects on health and well-being. It can affect mood, immune function, metabolism, learning, performance, focus and attention. Sleep is vital to our health yet so many of us don’t get enough.
Every year Canadian taxpayers are asked to sit down, summarize their financial affairs for the year and determine the amount of income tax they should send to Canada Revenue Agency. And every year millions of taxpayers attempt to do these themselves, either with a pencil and calculator or with the assistance of software.
Are you planning a get-together for family and friends but are stuck for ideas? How about a friendly game of hockey?
Restless legs, twitching eyelids, heart palpitations, high blood pressure, leg cramps and muscle pain all have one thing in common and that is magnesium. Magnesium controls over 300 reactions in the body. A deficiency of magnesium has been implicated in heart disease, depression, brain fog in menopause, migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis and more.