Coughing, runny nose, sneezing… ugh, cold and flu season is among us!

The common cold is indeed common. It is the human illness with the highest incidence – more than any other illness. 
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At Pascoe Canada, we take mental health very seriously. As February is Psychology month in Canada, we want to help spread the word and encourage awareness of mental illness. As more discussions happen and issues are brought to the forefront of conversations, we hope to help end the stigma around it. Pascoe works with Naturopathic Doctors to get to the root cause of mood imbalances and help them to treat their patients.
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Dr. Nadine Cyr is a Naturopathic Doctor and runs her own practice in Markham, Ontario. She is also the Medical Advisor for Pascoe Canada. Her passion for natural health and wellness goes back to her teen years. Her strong belief in the body’s innate ability to heal and her passion for the healing power of foods, herbs, and nature led her are what inspired her to go down the road of naturopathic medicine.
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It's that time of year that seemingly everyone is sneezing with a red, itchy nose and watery eyes. In some provinces the icy cold weather is still present, causing colds and flu - something that nobody wants to deal with. But when the cold weather dissipates and the warmer weather arrives, we have a whole new gamut of health issues: Seasonal allergies.
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The holidays are a wonderful time of the year – they are a time to eat, drink and be merry! If you are like most people, you likely overindulged in fatty foods, treats and alcohol over the past few weeks, which has probably left your body feeling off balance and less than stellar, and maybe your pants are fitting a bit snugger now. Now that your guests are gone and the party’s over, it’s time to get back to work and start feeling normal again! Why not try Pascoe’s Detox Kit?
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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that occurs during the same season each year. It usually happens in the fall or winter when daylight hours are reduced, but some people may also experience SAD symptoms in both the spring or summer.
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