Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

From Pam’s Kitchen: Tasty Glazed Meatloaf

From Pam’s Kitchen: Tasty Glazed Meatloaf

Hi everyone. Welcome back to Pam’s Kitchen and another delicious recipe. It’s officially fall and that means it’s time to turn the ovens on. This weeks recipe is one I know you will enjoy. Tasty Glazed Meatloaf Prep Time: 10 Min Cook Time: 1 Hr Ready In: 1 Hr 10 Min Servings: 8 Ingredients 1 […]

LETTER TO EDITOR: Medical Officer of Health commends decision on outdoor smoking bylaw

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  Dear Editor, The recent decision by County Council to endorse the proposed Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces bylaw is a commendable decision. There is significant scientific evidence and public support to show that such a bylaw would positively affect the health of Lambton residents. Tobacco smoke is measurable in outdoor spaces.  Evidence demonstrating detectable exposure has […]

Pam’s Kitchen: Chicken marinade makes a great family dinner

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  Hello again from Pam’s Kitchen. Well summer is sadly coming to an end, but there is still time for some grilling. This recipe has a great asian flair to it. I know you will enjoy this as much as my family does.   Chicken Marinade     Prep Time: 15 min.   Cook Time: […]

Pathways gets $138,500 grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation

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  A $138,500 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation will help enhance services for clients at Pathways Health Centre for Children will building resources to help teens and their families provide transition services. The funding will go a long way toward helping young people in preparing for life after high school, said Dave Schaller, manager […]

Back pain in runners can be eased with attention to special exercises

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By Dr. JIM FORBES, Chiropractor It is no surprise that runners are prone to injuries. It has been estimated that as many as 70% of runners have an injury in any given year, a common injury being low back/buttock pain that is aggravated by running.  Many runners accept this feeling as a product of older age […]

Pam’s Kitchen: Mexican lasagna

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  Another week in Pam’s Kitchen brings another great recipe. This is a great family pleaser and easy to make. Takes a little time, but it is well worth it when you sink your teeth into it. Mexican Lasagna Prep Time: 20 min. Cook Time: 40 min. Servings: 6 to 8 Ingredients: -1 pkg of […]

How much carbohydrate does your body really need?

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By Dr. JIM FORBES, Chiropractor With the Olympics in full swing, we're watching the best athletes perform amazing physical tasks to near perfection while pushing the limits of their physical activity.  Often overlooked is the nutrition needed to fuel these athletes and the most important energy source we have for physical activity are carbohydrates.   How […]

Pam’s Kitchen: Great Garlic Buns

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Hey everyone welcome back to Pam’s Kitchen. This week I am giving you a recipe that my daughter does all the time. Her family loves it, my family loves it, and I am sure yours will too. Great garlic buns: Prep Time: 20 min. Cook Time: according to directions Servings: who knows everyone loves them […]

Pam’s Kitchen: Wild Rice and Pepper Salad

Pam's Kitchen presents Wild Rice and Pepper Salad

Wild Rice and Pepper Salad Prep Time: 20 Min Ready in 1hr. 20 Min   Yield 4 servings Ingredients * 2 cups long grain and wild rice mix, cooked * 1/2 cup chopped red bell pepper * 1/2 cup chopped yellow bell pepper * 1/4 cup chopped green onion * 2 tablespoons lemon juice * […]

Pam’s kitchen: great potato salad for all the barbecue season

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  Hi everyone. Welcome back to Pam’s Kitchen. This week, since it’s barbeque season, I thought I would do a side dish for your favourite meat from the barby! This tangy potato salad can be made using low-fat or fat-free products which makes it that much more desirable.   Tangy Dill Potato Salad   Prep […]