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Training Your Noodle

June 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Health

When it comes to staying in shape, most of us go to the gym. Whether it’s lifting weights or going for a jog, the benefits of working out result in the maintenance of our muscles as we look and feel good. But if there is one thing people forget about, it’s the most important biological structure in the human body – the brain.

We don’t realize that there are also ways to exercise the brain, and thanks to a new computer software, it’s now easier than ever. Unlike a simple game of a number conundrum like Sudoku, the NeuroActive Program® stimulates more than just a few brain functions. With 22 easy-to-do exercises, users are able to improve 16 separate areas. “Your brain is complex and requires more than playing a crossword puzzle,” explains Dr. Stephane Bergeron, the software’s developer. “You also want to work on your concentration, reflexes and
auditory memory.” Read more

A Boost of Immunity

June 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Health

After months of monitoring, the World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that swine flu is the first global flu pandemic since 1968. Since April of this year, H1N1 (swine flu), has spread globally to 74 countries across the world. With almost 30,000 people infected and 141 deaths, there are grave reasons why we all need to concern ourselves with our immunity. As pharmaceutical companies gear up to concoct vaccines that could take months to hit the market, boosting your body’s resistance to infection may be your best bet to avert the flu. Read more


February 2, 2009 by  
Filed under People & Places

Has the winter been taking a toll on your health and exercise regime? Get back into shape and look great this summer by calling Newtopia. Offering personalized coaching for weight and lifestyle management, Newtopia has designed integrated programs combining weight management and behavioural well-being for a healthier, better you! Newly opened on Feb. 9th, 2009, Newtopia will help you reach your goals every step of the way.

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