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  • April 5, 2017

    Does Beauty Lead to Divorce?

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    Are attractive people more likely to divorce? This week’s headlines suggest that this might be the case, but you may want to examine the data before jumping to conclusions. Jess discusses her interpretations of four studies on The Morning Show with Jeff McArthur in the video below.                 Summary […]

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  • March 23, 2017

    4 Practical Ways To Get Over a Breakup


    All good (and not so good) things must come to an end and if you’ve recently undergone a break-up, you know that the transition out of a relationship can be simultaneously intense, challenging and exciting. Wherever you are in your post-relationship evolution, we’ve got some advice to help you move on and thrive in the next stage of […]

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  • March 14, 2017

    What To Do When Your Kids Walk In On You Having Sex!


    Have your kids ever walked in on you in the heat of the moment? Did you ever catch your parents gettin’ busy when you were younger? Dr. Jess’ Facebook followers shared their views on this topic a few months back. Here’s what they had to say… “Why is it ok for children to see violence, yet […]

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  • March 3, 2017

    Sex and the Brain


    Sex and the brain is an area of active scientific investigation. Studying the brain helps us understand the big why questions in sex science. Sex is so much more complicated then just the act itself; it encompasses all of the attitudes, thoughts, and behaviours that revolve around it. Our sexual experiences aren’t only about having […]

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  • January 5, 2017

    Why Kegels Could Be Bad For You


    By: Michelle Fraser, PT, BA, BScPT, FCAMPT, CYT, MEd and Chia Chia Sun, BSc, MSc, MBA Pelvic health physiotherapy has recently become a more visible and accessible form of physical therapy. In 2012, the Standards for Practice for Physiotherapists described by the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario were changed to include “assessing or rehabilitating pelvic musculature […]

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