The Prince Albert branch of the Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (LDAS-PA) will bring forward a series of articles about living with ADHD for children and adults.
Back from winter vacation? Loving your tan but not loving the wrinkles? I can help. We Saskatchewanians love a good tan. If you’re pasty, like I am, you dream of being a golden bronze.
You’ve finally made the decision to sell, but as you sit in your kitchen and look around, you realize the space could use a little love to attract the kind of buyer you’re hoping for.
The dog days of the football season are upon us as the dust has cleared somewhat from the free-agency frenzy that started Feb. 14.
Unusually warm temperatures have caused many bodies of water that normally would be frozen, to be displaying thin ice or even in some cases visible open water. This is normally not seen February throughout much of Saskatchewan.
Many depend on the strength of antiperspirant to control perspiration, but a little sweat won’t hurt you as much as some of the side effects associated with the product.
A solid, dependable patient-doctor relationship sure makes good health easier. Study after study shows that when patients trust and are comfortable with their doctors, it has measurable health benefits.
On CKBI AM radio this past Tuesday, Chris, Teena and I talked skin care tips for guys. Chris’ skin care tip was never to touch your face after eating Doritos. I had to agree. But there’s more to it than that.
The current lawyer led movement to have major junior hockey players paid minimum wage smacks of an extension of the awkward, ill conceived, poorly executed and ultimately failed attempt to unionize the young men who entertain major junio