Our Summer 2014 issue looks at a number of life-changing experiences and how they can affect our health.
“Life is a continuing series of experiences,” says Cheryl Bourassa, executive director of Emergency/Disaster Management for Alberta Health Services. “They can be big or small, positive or negative. Experiences shape our character, relationships, health and community.”
Four Albertans shared their life-changing moments with us (see page 40), including child advocate and former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy, featured on the cover. We also look at helping teens become independent (see page 24) and rebuilding community health after disaster (see page 47).
Other stories include summer activities to enjoy in Alberta, how parenting styles can be shaped by gender and Eureka Moments in Research.
You can read us online at applemag.ca or on your Smartphone and tablet with our app, available through the Apple Newsstand, Google Play and Amazon app stores.
If you have any story ideas or feedback for the magazine, please contact Terry Bullick at 403-943-2892 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Apple magazine is available at more than 1,800 locations across the province, including more than 200 at Alberta Health Services sites. As always, Apple is filled with information and advice about what you can do to improve your and your family’s health and well-being. The Summer 2014 issue is now available on stands and online.