By Harue Clipsham It’s been a year since we moved to a 2-bedroom downtown condo from a Toronto suburban, 2-story 4-bedroom house in which we had lived in for 30 years. By the time we moved, our home was showing typical signs of many seniors’ households. My husband had already been retired for 7 years, […]
By Yuki Minesaki, Registered Acupuncturist and Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner This is the 2nd half of the article “What is Anti-aging? Oriental Medicine and Medicinal Cooking”, published in the May 2015 Issue of the JSS Online News. You can see the 1st half of this article by clicking here. The Key is “Hojin / […]
By Mami Ishii, Naturopathic Doctor, ND What does water mean to you? The ancient Greek philosopher Thales (624BC -546BC) said: “All things are from water and all things are resolved into water.” In fact, 60-70% of the adult human’s body consists of water. While a newborn’s body consists of 80% of water and is moist and […]
The 2015 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon will be held on October 18th (Sunday), and JSS will once again send three marathon runners. There are two different courses the runner can choose from: full marathon (42km) and half marathon (21 km). Mr. Takanori Kuge (counsellor) will run a full marathon and Ms. Junko Mifune (part-time counsellor) […]
Loblaw Companies Limited and Strang’s Produce Inc. are voluntarily recalling certain Farmer’s Market and Strang’s Produce brands of Russet Potatoes from the marketplace due to possible food tampering with nails and needles.
By Yumiko Katuya, Ceramic Artist and Tea Ceremony Instructor My high school had a class on etiquette. The program included tea ceremony for the serving and drinking of Japanese tea. Most of the etiquette taught in the class I had already learned at a wedding facility so they were familiar to me. I used to […]
By Yuki Minesaki, Registered Acupuncturist and Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner What is the difference between people in their 30s who worry about their wrinkles, dullness or are experiencing low back pain and knee pain, and people in their 70s who are energetic with healthy radiant skin? Aging happens to every person. Many people connect […]
“Traffic Safety” continues to be a priority for the Toronto Police Service. Canada Road Safety Week is a national traffic safety and enforcement initiative conducted in partnership with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and police services from across Canada.