The word “arthritis” literally means inflammation of the joints. Joints in the body occur where bones meet. Bone ends are covered by cartilage and are encased in a fluid-filled synovial membrane used to lubricate the joint.
This week marks the 20th Anniversary of National Organ and Tissue Donors Awareness Week, and the 5th Anniversary of Transplant Manitoba’s online Sign Up for Life registry.
In my last post I suggested that a tax on fertilizer would serve us all well. Specifically I suggested that such a tax would effectively increase the value of manure fertilizer, thereby creating an incentive for farmers to place a greater value of the plant nutrients in their manure.
There are some organizations that don’t like modern agriculture. I really don’t understand why.
I’m not a big reader, but an author I always enjoy is Max Lucado. He writes prolifically and I recently read through his book “You’ll Get Through This”.
Last Thursday the Liberal Government unrolled a key plank of their election platform: the legalization of marijuana. But with so many critical questions unanswered, we need to ask: Just how ‘high’ are the Liberals that they think this is a good idea?
One of the heritage buildings I especially enjoy visiting at Mennonite Heritage Village is the Barkfield School. It’s the public school located just west of the Windmill.
Serratia peptidase, also known as serrapeptase, is a natural enzyme produced from bacteria that is originally found in the intestines of the silkworm.
On Tuesday April 11th our Progressive Conservative government introduced Budget 2017, which charts a moderate and responsible course for Manitoba, based on reducing taxes and restraining government spending while investing appropriately in front-line services.