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To improve your health, you have to get to the core of the problem. That's what physical therapist Peggy Brill prescribes in her book "The Core Program: 15 Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life." Aimed specifically at women, Brill's program is based on the idea that strengthening your core muscle group will build your strength and stamina, prevent injuries and relieve aches and pains. She joins Mary to talk about her book, and take your calls. Also today, many priests need a fair amount of time to visit all their parishioners. The Reverend John Sperry has probably surpassed most of his holy brothers in this respect. A single pastoral visit to his Central Arctic parishioners meant covering 3,000 miles each winter - by dog team. The Reverend Sperry talks about his experiences in his book Igloo Dwellers were My Church. He joins Mary to talk about his ministry and his life in Canada's northland. Also today, is it better to have kids earlier or later in life? We'll cover the pros and cons in a segment from TVO's Planet Parent. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
Oct 24, 2001
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