In short, gas is caused by what we eat and how we eat it. Most gas is formed in our lower intestines where bacteria are busy breaking down any undigested food. Gas is the normal byproduct of this process. In fact, our bodies produce between 1 and 4 pints of gas a day!
Thankfully, most of the time this gas is passed unnoticed by … read on
I don’t know how James McCormack, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia, finds time to produce these videos, but I’m a big fan. His latest is “Bohemian Polypharmacy” – a parody of Queen’s classic song “Bohemian Rhapsody”
The “policy” referred to an elderly couple’s long-term care insurance, which they had purchased over a decade ago. Even at that time, in their late 50s and early 60s, they knew health care costs for the aged could be exorbitant, and there was no accurate way … read on
I am not an athlete and I don’t like to exercise. As a child I was the classic kid with her nose in a book, always choosing to sit quietly in the library during recess while the other kids played dodge ball and tag, or swung on the monkey bars.
So invariably over the years, my new year’s resolutions have focused … read on