ABCs of Health

ABCs of Health
December 10, 2023 • SAN ISSUE 29 - Summer/Leto 2022

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Article by Mirjana Dumnić
ABCs of Health
June 11, 2023 • SAN ISSUE 28 - Spring/Proleće 2022

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Article by Selena Stanković
ABCs of Health
December 5, 2022 • SAN ISSUE 26 - Jesen/Fall 2021

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Article by Тамара Миличић-Грбић
ABCs of Health
December 22, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 22 - Fall/Јесен 2020

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Article by Žolen Georgievska
ABCs of Health
November 6, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 23 - Winter/Зима 2021

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Article by Milka Miličević
ABCs of Health
March 18, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 9 - Јул 2017

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Article by Душица Ивановић
ABCs of Health, Life Today
June 5, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 9 Juli 2017

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Article by Svetlana Stankić, Wellness & Life Purpose Coach
ABCs of Health, Canada
May 2, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 20 - Spring/Пролеће 2020

A federal carbon pollution pricing system was implemented in our province under the federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act. The goal of the act is to tax all industrial plants that play a significant role in preserving the heat in the atmosphere. The act was first applied in January 2019 to large industrial plants that emit more than 50,000 tons of carbon dioxide a year. Smaller industrial plants that emit 10,000 tones to 50,000 tons of carbon dioxide a year had the option to choose whether they want to pay taxes based on the degree of pollution they emit. Provinces such as British Columbia, Alberta, and Quebec that have applied federal carbon pollution pricing system earlier than Ontario have recorded the fastest economic growth in 2017. Drawing on past experience from three Canadian provinces, it is not unrealistic to expect that Ontario could accomplish similar success.

Article by Katarina Marković
ABCs of Health
April 28, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 14 - Fall/Јесен 2018

“Where’s the meat?” A question I’m often asked by my relatives and Serbian friends when I make a vegan dish or tell them that I mostly eat a vegetarian diet. Some say it in a mocking sort of way, some question out of curiosity, while others express worry about my health (and I get the impression they’re concerned about my sanity too!).

Article by Milka Milicevic
ABCs of Health, Interview
April 1, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 20

Dr. Constantine Dan Mallin 

Many of us are taking shifts working at the local COVID-19 drive-through screening clinic. Everyone we see has symptoms. Last week, I think most of it was not COVID-19 but these past few days I believe we are seeing more people with COVID-19. We can only test a minority of people who come because our supplies are limited. We stress self-isolation with everyone.
I have sent a few people to the Emergency Department but I do not think they were ill enough to be admitted.

Article by Zolen Georgievska
ABCs of Health
July 1, 2019 • SAN ISSUE 17 - Summer/Лето 2019

All the food and nutrition myths out there have a kernel of truth in them. In this article, we separate the kernels of dietary wisdom out from three common nutrition myths.

Article by Milka Milicevic
ABCs of Health, Our Kitchen
November 1, 2017 • SAN ISSUE 11 - Winter/Зима 2018

If we are better off by eating like our ancestors did, what do we have to do and how easy is it to make this switch? Also, whose ancestral diet is the best?

 

Article by Milka Miličević