Are you feeling overwhelmingly stressed?
Does that question make you want to laugh, scream, or cry?
Higher levels of anxiety are not uncommon as we navigate a world changing at a rapid pace! We’ve heard this message before: now is the time for us to work and cope together – mental health is by no means a luxury but rather a vital necessity.
As restrictions are lifted in our province, the consequences of COVID-19 showed us how complex an issue it is, and we feel the weight of its impact globally across all societies.
The Muslim Advisory Council of Canada (MACC) adapted its diverse programming to address community needs for Ramadan amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Building on its ability to engage the community, and through relationships with the food industry, the Muslim Advisory Council of Canada responded by bringing joy to the community via a virtual Ramadan Cupcake Showdown, a first of it’s kind in the world.
Amidst the COVID-19 world pandemic, arts and culture quietly closed its doors to the public. As people were reeling from news of sickness, financial anxiety, and the inability to see or embrace their loved ones, institutions and organizations across the world cancelled classes, workshops, exhibits, and events. The arts community in Milton followed suit. During a time when people have lost jobs, and access to the things they need the most, the importance of arts and culture falls lower on the list of priorities.
It is safe to say we have all been affected by this virus in one form or another. Indeed, these have been very uncertain times that we’ve all faced together, week after week.
Many of us cringe at the mere thought of going to the dentist. But don’t let your fear keep you from taking good care of your teeth and gums now as there could be long term unpleasant consequences later on.
If you can find a dentist that you like and trust, the chances are your visits will be much less stressful and Preventative Dentistry is virtually painless!
Matador Eyeworks used its third anniversary to give back to the community. On December 16, 2017 they hosted a trunk show from Caroline Abraham and used it as an opportunity to give back to the Halton Women’s Place.
All brought together for an entirely new way to experience eyewear.
Mark and Zeena at Matador Eyeworks believe your eyeglasses are the single most important part of your look. They help define your image.
It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week and we will be thanking the hundreds of volunteers that we are fortunate to have at Milton District Hospital this week. Our theme this year is “Together Everyone Achieves More” (TEAM).
Dr. Gonzalo F. Zevallos, a local OBGYN, has added a leading edge treatment to his practice to resolve gynecological health issues often caused by menopause. The condition classically known as vaginal atrophy and now with the new name Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause causes many discomforts including burning and dryness.