Multiple Sclerosis: It’s All in Your Mind

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Multiple Sclerosis is an eventful experience, to say the least. It is all in your mind ~ literally. It is all in the central nervous system. As you know, MS is an auto-immune disease. The immune system, which is supposed to be attacking any disease, instead attacks the protective coating …

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10 Money Management Tools Inside Google Drive You Should Use Today

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Managing money. What a waste of time, isn’t it? The problem is, if you don’t manage it, you end up without it. Not much fun. So, how about a few useful money management tools to help you get started right inside your Google Drive account? Google Drive. It’s like that …

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Aging at Home: Will You Be Lonely?

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Most people say they want to age at home, but there’s a funny thing about that. Although folks want to stay in familiar surroundings to be near friends and family, too many people as they get older find themselves stranded in their own neighborhoods, suffering from a shrinking social network. In …

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Should employees talk about mental illness?

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This month media campaigns are encouraging people to talk about mental illness. This raises the question about whether employees should talk to their employer about mental illness or remain silent for fear of losing their jobs. According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission (Commission) in its recent paper “Minds That …

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A double standard in disabilities

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When did “crackhead” become the disparagement de jour? Should addiction be treated any differently than other disabilities? William Halliday, a recovering addict, took a second job at Van Toen Innovations, checking with car dealerships to get the best deal for the automobile broker’s clients. He had been in 14 residential …

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