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There's Definitely An ‘I’ In Parenthood When It Comes To Self-Care

You read that right. And yes, I passed English. Even the happiest of babies can have hard days. Even the most excited parents can second guess parenthood — particularly when you are seeing your third 2 a.m. in a row. Or the 10th. Or the 25th. As a doula, I am often called in when parents are at their absolute ...

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Mystery Solved: What Happens When There's A Tie In The Olympics?

When all is said and done, ties are really just the unappealing result of an absence of certitude, which is why they’re such tough pills to swallow for fans and athletes alike, particularly in individual sports. However, while it may seem counterintuitive to the spirit of an athletic competition that awards medals for first, second and third place, ties actually ...

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There's Much In The Air Regarding Marijuana Legalization In B.C.

Last week, the government of British Columbia made an official announcement in relation to the use of recreational marijuana in our province. We now have more clarity around how the use, regulation and sale of the drug will look, but there’s still a lot hanging in the balance. One of the most overlooked aspects of these new laws has to ...

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There's A Reason Asthma Feels So Much Worse When You Have A Cold

During cold and flu season, Canadians across the country do their best to avoid viruses behind these illnesses. But for the over 2 million people in Canada suffering from asthma, there’s an even greater need to prevent the invasion of the viruses causing the common cold. It’s because the onset of this type of infection can lead to a troubling ...

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There's plenty of CanCon on South Korea's men's hockey team

When the Canadian men’s Olympic hockey team clashes with South Korea on Feb. 18 in Pyeongchang, you will notice some very un-Korean names on the host side. Names like Matt Dalton, Alex Plante, Eric Regan, Bryan Young, Brock Radunske, Michael Swift and Mike Testwuide. The latter is an American from Vail, Colo., and was briefly in the Calgary Flames system. ...

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Isaiah Thomas says there's 'no bad blood' between him and Kevin Love following team meeting

CLEVELAND (AP)  — Cavaliers guard Isaiah Thomas denied a rift with Kevin Love, insisting there is no “bad blood” between the teammates. Following days of drama with the never-a-dull-moment Cavs, Thomas spoke Saturday to reporters for the first time since the struggling team – Cleveland is 4-7 in January – held a heated meeting that came after Love went home ...

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There's a method behind Bill Belichick's injury non-answers

1:13 PM ET “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.” — Sun Tzu, “The Art of War” FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Bill Belichick was in a chipper mood when he arrived at the podium on Wednesday. No, really, he was. He was chatty, self-deprecating and enlightening (if X’s and O’s are ...

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Stroll: “Whatever you compete in, there's always pros and cons”

“Oh, as if you’ve never interviewed me before! What have you got new to ask me?!” Sometimes, a familiar face is just what you want to see. In Formula 1, familiarity almost breeds contempt among drivers. As a Daytona first-timer myself, coming to the Rolex 24 feels refreshingly different to the F1 paddock, so I can understand that Lance Stroll ...

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