Canada Day

In my mind, July 1st marks the start of summer, even though June 21st  is the summer solstice and the longest day of the year.  July 1st, for me, is the end of another school year and the start of a 2 month break from making school lunches, homework and the stress of exams, allowing families more time outside soaking up the sun.  This gifts us older folks warmer days to get the winter chill out of our bones and stock up on Vitamin D.
 
There are all types of Canada Day celebrations all over Calgary, or wherever you may be in Canada. It is always nice to search out the activities for the day and then stick around to enjoy the fireworks, which never disappoint.
 
So, as we move forward the next few months we must keep in mind a few things:

  • Stay hydrated- remember tap water is the best beverage for your mouth’s pH balance! (If you’re interested in more information about pH- check out Tiffany’s blog “pH”)
  • Wear a hat
  • Apply sunscreen often
  • Keep insect repellent close
  • Brush
  • Floss
  • Stay Safe

 
 
Get out there, enjoy the Day!!
 
Happy Birthday CANADA!!
 
-Faye
Braeside Dental Centre
 

Canada Day

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