Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Monday, Nov. 14

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Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Monday, Nov. 14


Health-Lifestyles News Advisory

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Good afternoon from the Canadian Press lifestyles department!

Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please contact Michael Oliveira at michael.oliveira@thecanadianpress.com.

What we're talking about:

- Indigenous-Abuse-Victim: Miykhaela reaches back in her memory to the summer day when it all began. Her older brother had taken her into the bush on their northern Ontario reserve to join a few of their cousins, young teenaged boys like her sibling who had all been attending residential school together for several years.They gang-raped her. 840 words. PHOTO.

- Fluctuating-Food-Prices: A new study suggests nearly one-quarter of Canadians are worried about how to pay for groceries, with more than 50 per cent shifting their shopping habits amid fluctuating food prices.The findings were called surprising by lead researcher Sylvain Charlebois, dean of the faculty of management at Dalhousie University in Halifax. 380 words.

- Pot-Impaired-Driving: The Canadian Automobile Association is lobbying for a government-funded public education program to warn of the dangers of cannabis-impaired driving before Canada legalizes recreational pot.Police will also need more funding to learn how to recognize and investigate drug-impaired drivers, says the CAA. 660 words. PHOTO. Moved National and Lifestyle.

- TRAVEL-Log-Danish-Museum: A venue that features a Viking ship, a children's 'Garden of Imagination' based on the beloved stories of Hans Christian Andersen, and artifacts marking the arrival of the Danes to central Alberta over a century ago is a "treasure in the middle of nowhere".The Danish Canadian Museum in the Hamlet of Dickson, population 60, is a 5.2 hectare green oasis amidst the farms and wheatfields of central Alberta, about a 90 minute drive northwest of Calgary. 600 words.

- US-Food-KitchenWise-Best-of-Spicy-Cheese-Crackers: When I was a kid, my parents sometimes brought home tins of deliriously delicious cheese crackers. I can't remember the brand -- I think it was a British import -- but I do remember that my sister and brother and I would inhale them as soon the tin was opened. All these years later the flavour of those crackers, richly cheesy and spicy, remains burned into my memory. This recipe is my attempt to resurrect them.The ingredients and technique for making these crackers are similar to those used to make pie dough. Butter and flour (with added flavourings) are its bones. And as with pie dough, as soon as you combine gluten (the protein in flour) with a liquid, you have to mix quickly and briefly or the end product will be tough. So be careful not to overmix the dough. 800 words. PHOTO.

- US-MED-Arthritis-Drugs-Safety: A new study gives some reassurance to arthritis sufferers who want pain relief but are worried about side effects. It finds that Celebrex, a drug similar to ones withdrawn 12 years ago for safety reasons, is no riskier for the heart than some other prescription pain pills that are much tougher on the stomach."We do not want patients to suffer with pain and we need to know what is safe to give them," said Dr. Steven Nissen, the Cleveland Clinic's heart chief, who led the study. Fear that Celebrex would be worse than alternatives proved unfounded, and "on almost every endpoint it actually comes out the best." 860 words. PHOTO.

- US-Travel-Gift-Guide: What's the perfect gift for someone planning a trip?We asked three people who make their living in the travel industry to tell us what they always bring with them on trips. We also asked what they'd like to receive as a gift to take on trips, and what they'd give to someone planning a trip. 830 words. PHOTO.

-- The AP Lifestyles Digest for the week of Nov. 14:

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SPECIAL EDITION-HOLIDAYS

HOLIDAYS-FRIENDSGIVING -- Thanksgiving is traditionally a day for gathering with your family, but the holiday is being reinvented as a social gathering called Friendsgiving. …

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