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Welcome to Vista Magazine

Conceived for the health-and-nutrition-savvy reader, the newly-rebranded Vista plays on the desire to be your Canadian guides you to on your journey to live a more healthy, holistic and organic life by highlighting the people, movements, and trends making an impact in the world of natural health and wellness and organic living today.
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Health + Wellness

Ovarian Cancer and Depression

I am moving forward with various scientific research projects and cutting-edge technologies to eventually help many worldwide.  One of our projects that is dear to my heart is to help women combat ovarian cancer.  There are at least 19 different types of ovarian cancer, which also include cancer of the fallopian tubes.  As many know, when ovarian cancer is detected beyond Stage 2, the survival rate is slim.

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From the Editor

Editor’s Note, No. 117

Let’s talk about this moment we’re in for a minute. Last year, the word “feminism” became Merriam-Webster’s word of the year, while this year is being dubbed The Year of the Woman. Despite the dark corners it arises from, our collective show of strength and resolve is on display in glorious ways. As the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements reverberate around the world, more and more women are empowered to stand up for equality and lead the way for a younger generation.

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Interviews

Day in The Life Cynthia Loyst

Busy media personality, and co-host of CTV’s The Social, Cynthia Loyst is also a mother, a writer and a passionate pursuer of all things pleasurable. As a sex educator and advice columnist, she’s founded a website dedicated to helping women create healthy relationships with themselves and others. She tells us how she finds her own pleasures in her day-to-day life.

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Health + Wellness

Weeding out the Pain

While the science is unclear, an increasing number of Canadians are turning to medical marijuana to ease their pain. When doctors removed a cancerous tumour in Daphnée Elisma’s breast, she got a new lease on life. The surgery, however, left…

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