Even if you’re roasting in your airless room, chances are you’ll still get tucked in. Thankfully, science has an answer.
How do you fill the protein corner of your plate if you’re on a diabetic diet? Here are healthy ways to add meat into the mix of protein-rich vegetarian options like kidney beans, black-eyed beans and lentils.
We all love our cup of java, but the jury’s still out: Is coffee healthy or harmful? Here’s what recent research has found about the potential perks (and pitfalls) of the mighty roasted bean.
Don’t avoid this difficult but important question: How do you want your life to be celebrated?
Not having enough time to exercise is a common complaint these days. Yet, finding the time to get active is essential to your health, happiness, and quality of life. With that in mind, here’s a list of ways you can sneak physical activity into your day without spending hours at the gym.
This may be one of the only downsides to being smart.
Ever scrolled for an hour without realizing what you’re doing? Yeah, we have, too.
Did you know that gargling can soothe a sore throat, laryngitis and even heartburn? Check out this guide to brew your own good-for-you gargling concoctions.
According to Statistics Canada, just 1 in 5 Canadians get enough physical activity each day. Trouble is, it’s hard to tell whether you’re in the active 20% or not—unless you know what to look for. Here are some telltale signs that you need to move more.
Traditional wisdom suggests that when your body hurts, you should rest. But when it comes to arthritis, research shows that physical activity can actually help ease pain, as well as stiffness and swelling in the joints. Choosing the right kinds of activities, however, is important. Here are five of the best exercises to reduce arthritis pain.
Let’s be honest: between the clothes, gadgets and gym membership, working out can get seriously expensive. Luckily, you don’t really need any of those things to start leading a more active life. In fact, your home is filled with free fitness equipment—if you know where to look and how to use them.
Thankfully, this lingo isn’t used regularly in health-care settings, but an unflattering comment may occasionally slip out during a particularly frustrating situation. Decipher some of the more shocking slang here.