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Together While Socially Distancing: Free E-Health Events

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March 21, 2020 by Dr. Alda Ngo

We are aware that it’s extra important for our WELLBEING as humans to remain socially CONNECTED as we are physically distanced. Especially as we are collectively experiencing the stress and anxiety of this extraordinary time. We really are in thisTOGETHER. Please join us for the following   FREEFacebook Live Events: March 23rd & 30th7pmYOGA-PRESSUREFOR ALL THE PEOPLE Calming postures & acupressure pointsfor… Read more »

Clinic Closure until March 30th

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March 16, 2020 by Dr. Alda Ngo

COVID-19 It’s important to us to help protect our families and communities. As a small business, it has been hard for us to know the best action to take, given the currently growing COVID-19 situation. This morning, the Prime Minster advised that all Canadians should stay home. Dr. Theresa Tam, our Chief Public Health Officer… Read more »


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March 13, 2020 by Dr. Alda Ngo

COVID-19 Measures The WHO has characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic and we are urged to respond. At Whole Family Health, we are taking extra preventative and cautionary measures to help protect the community.  We are applying extra sterilizing protocols (more than usual!) and we are asking those who have the following symptoms to please stay home: runny nosecoughsore… Read more »

How Estrogen Dominance Affects PMS

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March 6, 2020 by Alicia Hamilton

How does a typical menstruating day look for you? Is it full of cramps, moodiness, cravings, and tears? Or is it introspective, relaxed, and intuitive? Premenstrual syndrome is just as the name implies; a syndrome. It’s a disorder, meaning something is out of order – out of the ordinary. Sadly, many people face physical and… Read more »

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month

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March 5, 2020 by Dr. Alda Ngo

About 1 in 10 Womxn have endometriosis. Endometriosis is when tissue similar to the uterine lining (endometrium) grows outside of the uterus and responds to hormonal changes, as the endometrium does. So during menstruation, it also bleeds, but unlike the endometrium – it has nowhere to go. This tissue forms endometrial adhesions in the pelvis… Read more »