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Tips for fueling a healthier heart

Tips for fueling a healthier heart

(NC)—Cutting down on fatty foods is one measure to protect the heart, but health specialists say there’s an equally good idea for even better results: A daily diet-and-exercise routine to fuel the body and keep the arteries healthy, clear, and strong.

Coffee and cards is a requirement

Senior's Column

Planning to live longer

An old saying remarks “what a difference a day makes”. But how about ten years or even twenty? What kind of difference would that make to your retirement planning? That’s something you really need to consider.
61 people Walk For Memories

61 people Walk For Memories

Community of Barriere raises over $5,000 for Alzheimer's Society

Legion encourages new members

Unscrambling the egg

Unscrambling the egg

Have you noticed the egg section at your local grocery store is expanding? Gone are the days of simply choosing between brown or white eggs. There are so many labels and claims associated with eggs that it is hard to determine what they mean let alone which product is the best choice.
On the bus

On the bus

Good reading for cold days

Get out of the winter blah’s and into a good book. There are lots of new titles to choose from at the Barriere Library, as well as a wide variety of DVD’s and audio books.
Denial putting Canadians at high risk of cutting their lives short

Denial putting Canadians at high risk of cutting their lives short

The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s 2011 Report on Canadians’ Health warns that nine out of 10 Canadians are jeopardizing the quality and length of their lives. The Foundation found that many Canadians are in denial about their risk factors for heart disease such as being overweight and being physically inactive − risk factors they can manage and control.

Rural Crime Watch scam warning

More credit card trickery via the phone