It’s that time of year when Canadians wonder if winter will ever end. We’ll spare you a rundown of winter’s many, unpleasant ramifications, but we were now able to get a glimpse of the light at end of winter’s dark tunnel. During the end of April we at CanadaDrugs focused on trying to welcome in the change of seasons. The snow has melted outside and our thoughts are fast turning to the summer months and actives.
For allergy sufferers, allergy season has started early. You can blame warm spring temperatures for opening up flowers and releasing pollen, seven weeks early. Sneezing, runny nose, and red eyes are just some of the symptoms you may experience, if you suffer from allergies. In any average spring, there’s a fairly typical pattern to how different tree species release the pollen that they produced during the previous year’s summer and fall (winter has much less impact on pollen season). Some tree species – Alder, Cedars, Maples and Poplar – pollinate earlier in spring, while other species – Ash, Birch, Oak and Pines – pollinate later in the season. How the weather behaves in spring can have a significant impact on this schedule, though.
Failing to keep New Year’s Resolutions seems to be one resolution people seem to be able to keep. So, how do you keep your resolutions? Keep them simple, specific and not as grand. Resolving to “take the stairs more often” is much easier to follow through on than “lose 30 pounds”. With that in mind, here are 10 easy to follow, healthy resolutions for you to consider:
Canada Drugs recently participated in the Manitoba Customer Contact Association’s annual MCCA Awards, which celebrate excellence in the contact center industry. Each member nominates their top performers, and the following are Canada Drugs winners: