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Sarah Wulkan BScHK

Free Health Events in June with Dr. Wulkan

Dr. Sarah Wulkan will be talking about hormones, weight loss and anti-aging at a free health event in June. Dr Sarah Wulkan was a personal trainer for years before becoming a Naturopathic Physician. She trained many women who would work-out hard and eat incredibly healthy foods yet co
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Sarah Wulkan BScHK

Healing broken bones – Dr. Sarah Wulkan, ND

It happened and it was rather silly. My heel was caught in a stair, my ankle was inverted….crack! I fractured a bone in my foot. I usually run 4 to 5 times per week and enjoy playing tennis with friends so adjusting to this cast is a humbling experience. My motivation to heal th
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healthy children

Cold and Flu Season: 3 Tips to Boost Your Child’s Immunity

It is that time of year when we have moved indoors and are once again participating in the annual swapping of germs in our workplace, schools, daycare centers, etc. It can be challenging for us to keep our family members well through this time and as the old saying goes, “An ounce of
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Dr Coe

Fatigue, Weight Gain, Hair Loss. Is your thyroid to blame?

Have you ever wondered why some individuals are able to lose weight with diet and exercise, and other individuals cannot lose weight despite a disciplined program? Are you experiencing thinning hair, loss of lateral third of the eyebrows, mental fogginess and low sex drive? Have you h
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healthy children

Biomedical Approach to Autism – What’s the Difference?

Conventional medical approaches dealing with autism center on management of symptoms while a biomedical approach seeks to uncover the underlying causes and mechanisms for why an individual is presenting with autism. It is a systematic individualized approach. The overall goal of a bio
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Male hormones

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) – 3 things guys want to consider

Erectile Dysfunction(ED) – 3 things guys want to consider Erectile dysfunction (ED) is an issue that is affecting more and more of our male population these days.  Estimates are that this condition affects over 50% of men between the ages of 40-70.  It is now even being reported in me
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Paleo Diet

What’s the hype about the Paleo Diet?

What’s the hype about the Paleo Diet? The Paleolithic diet, shortened to the ‘Paleo’ Diet, is becoming more popular and more people are starting to adapt it into their healthy lifestyle. Most patients come in asking what exactly is a paleo diet, is it healthy, and is it right for me?
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Hyperkeratosis Pilaris (or those little bumps on the back of the arm)

Hyperkaratosis Pilaris is a common skin condition in both children and adults. Tiny red or white bumps appear on the back of the arms, legs and buttocks. Although typically not itchy, they can appear quite prominent especially when skin is dry. They are thought to be produced due to t
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Balance your blood sugar and lose weight for good

We are a society obsessed with our weight and body image. We often count calories and eagerly look at the scale, hoping that those last 5 pounds can be shed with eating 3 lettuce leaves a day. Balancing your blood sugar is important for preventing diabetes and heart disease, maintaini
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Itchy Skin?

Itchy skin can have a variety of causes: eczema, allergic reactions to medications, cold weather, dermatitis, or liver disorders. If you have had itchy skin or pruritis for some time, you will know that corticosteroid creams or prednisone are often given as a means of supressing the i
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