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What is Von Willebrand Disease?

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Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder that has received a lot of coverage over the years, but are you familiar with Von Willebrand Disease? Like hemophilia, it causes excessive bleeding, but is a different condition. Named after Dr. Erik von Willebrand, the Finnish physician who first identified it, Von Willebrand Disease (VWD) is predominantly a genetic condition passed from affected parents to their children. Those afflicted may not realize it for a number of years after birth. The condition usually becomes apparent when the person experiences abnormally high amounts of bleeding after routine medical or dental procedures. Anyone experiencing these issues...

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May is Food Allergy Awareness Month (FAAM) in Canada

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According to Health Canada, approximately 2.5 million Canadians self-identify as suffering from food-related allergies or sensitivities. Food allergies vary from mild to moderate, and potentially life threatening.  Symptoms can range from skin irritations to hives and more seriously, difficulty breathing and anaphylaxis shock.  The purpose of Food Allergy Awareness Month is to shed light on food allergies, raise awareness and to help educate the Canadian public on how to avoid food-related allergic reactions.  The best way to prevent food-related allergic reactions to is avoid foods or ingredients to which you have a known allergy.  This can be difficult at times...

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Traveling and keeping little ones safe with an Emergency ID tag

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Your bags are packed, endless lists have been made, re-made and checked off, and you're ready for your family trip.  This is a fun and exciting time for families, and especially for little ones as it may be their first big trip away from home, first time on an airplane or train and most likely the first time for many new experiences.  Along with the excitement that traveling brings, it can also be the source of stress.  Parents can help reduce the stress of travelling with children by ensuring their children are appropriately identified should they become separated from their...

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Spring has Sprung! The urge to purge - spring cleaning tips.

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With April upon us, the birds are chirping and the snow is melting.  The days are growing longer and you see more people coming out from hibernation, getting excited for the warm weather ahead.  Many people see Spring as a new beginning, a fresh start and ideas of home improvements and cleaning spring to mind. Whether you find the idea of spring cleaning thrilling (I know some of you out there do!) or just another thing to add to your laundry list, here are a few simple tips to help you get on track and get your house in order:...

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