Hint: It doesn’t involve crossword puzzles.
Killer abs, here we come.
Arthritis isn’t just arthritis. It’s a surprisingly large collection of different conditions—though they all have one thing in common: achy joints.
Guys, urinary incontinence isn’t just for women. Here’s everything men need to know about bladder leakage but were too embarrassed to ask.
We knew him as the brilliant physicist who deepened our understanding of black holes and the theory of relativity. But we may never have heard of Professor Hawking if it wasn’t for this.
A Dose of Advice is a regular Q&A series that features trusted Guardian® and I.D.A.® pharmacists from communities all across Canada. This edition features Kareena Ivanis, pharmacist at Roulstons I.D.A.® Pharmacy in Port Dover, Ontario.
Not all alcohol is created equal. And according to a new study, certain types raise the likelihood of feeling certain emotions.
Trust us, your sleep will get a huge boost from it.
A new survey reveals women’s expectations when doing the deed.
When your locks start looking less lustrous, you could spend a fortune on special shampoos, masks, supplements, and high-tech treatments, or you could try this simple, free, do-it-yourself solution backed by science.
It’s a common health mystery: Why does your ear hurt? And, more importantly, how do you stop the pain? We asked an expert to weigh in on natural and home remedies that may (or may not) offer relief.
Although most of us can only dream of a full wardrobe makeover from Carson Kressly, we can all benefit from his style savvy. On a recent trip to Toronto, Queer Eye’s original fashion expert sat down with Reader’s Digest Canada to share his top five tips on how to dress with confidence at any age.
What first appeared to be back pain turned out to be something far more terrifying—and rare.
It’s time to embrace your fear and anxieties before they hold you back for good.
We’ve rounded up the three most fascinating medical discoveries from around the world in this month’s health report.
Every year, errors in medications taken at home land people in the emergency room. Here’s what you avoid in order to stay safe.
Screening for colorectal cancer can save your life. Here’s what you need to know about the most commonly-diagnosed form of cancer in Canada.
Reciting a speech allows for preparation. But what about those people who sound rehearsed in everyday exchanges?
Hint: It’s not what you’re wearing!
You'll laugh. You'll cry. And then hopefully you'll feel just a little bit less alone in your struggles.