Microcurrent therapy and homeopathic medicine

“She is a Wonder Woman of a Homeopath… using microcurrents to heal pain. This enthusiastic acclaim followed a session with homeopathic doctor, Sarah Trask. Her client had experienced a particularly intense flare-up from endometriosis, a condition involving the lining of the uterus which is characterized by a radiating pain throughout the hips, lower back and […]

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Medal count rises for Team NS

Team Nova Scotia 2018 Special Olympics Canada athletes continue to shine at the Special Olympics Summer Games taking place in Antigonish. Day 2 results in Athletics/ Swimming/Powerlifting/Soccer and Basketball events are as follows: Powerlifting Kevin Thompson Division M5 Deadlift – 3rd Bench Press – 3rd Squat – 3rd Overall in his class: 3rd Phil Brown […]

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Evan Sharpe shines

Stellarton’s Evan Sharpe has earned fourth place for Team Nova Scotia during the Special Olympics Summer Games in Antigonish. Day 1 results Athletics: Matt Faye – Lunenburg Queens – Male 1500 M – 1st Place Grant Phillips – Halifax – Male 1500 M – 2nd Place Stephane Piccinin – Halifax – Male 1500 M – […]

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ABCs of acupuncture

It is 10 a.m. and acupuncturist Sharon Conroy has a full day ahead of her. This is typical for the ten-year veteran of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as acupuncture has become one of the most popular modalities of alternative or complementary therapy utilized in the treatment of chronic pain and injury. Years ago, the treatment […]

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Opening ceremonies

Opening Ceremony for the 2018 Special Olympics Summer Games was held Tuesday at the Keating Millenium Center at St. Francis Xavier  University in Antigonish with a packed house. Athletes, supporters, officials, dignitaries, volunteers and fans enjoyed the event which showcased Maritime hospitality at its best with guest performances from Charlie A’Court, among others. (Photo by […]

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