Looking to get lucky tonight? Better stay away from these un-sexy eats, which could do a number on your skills in the sack.
The cold really is harder on your heart. Before the temperatures drop, know how to keep your ticker healthy and avoid a heart attack during winter.
“Don’t eat between meals.” If you’ve ever heard that advice, you might want to take it with a grain of salt. If you go more than four or five hours between meals, a mid-afternoon snack might be just what the doctor ordered to help you keep your blood sugar steady.
You definitely feel sick. It hurts to swallow, your head is pounding—but is it a cold, allergies, or the dreaded flu? Without a rapid flu test done by your doctor, it can be hard to tell the difference. Here are questions to ask yourself to determine if it’s the flu.
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in those over the age of 40, but the symptoms can be difficult to pick up. Here are the warning signs to watch for, say eye specialists.
Although both of these health conditions are caused by repetitive strain and can feel very similar, tendinopathy and bursitis are very different. Here’s how to tell them apart.
Just because you’re not too sad and listless to get out of bed doesn’t mean you may not be depressed. Here’s what you need to know about high-functioning depression.
Are you operating on fumes? Fatigue can take a huge toll on your health. Here’s how to recognize the signs of burnout—and what you can do about it.
Certain foods can keep your gallbladder in prime shape to help break down fat in the body, preventing acid reflux, gas, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.
Hiccups may be super annoying when you have them, but the science behind this weird body function is super interesting.
Stomach aches are no fun, but when the pain becomes excruciating and you’re struggling and unable to find a comfortable position sitting or lying down, you might be dealing with more than the occasional upset stomach.
Breast cancer is a killer, but as many as half of all cases in Canada are linked to factors within our control.
Is it a cold, the flu, allergies or sinusitis? Given the overlapping symptoms like congestion, fever and headache, it can be hard to tell. Plus, one often leads to the other. Here’s some tips on how to treat a sinus infection.
Getting sick during flu and cold season is a given, but looking sick doesn’t have to be! Here are beauty tips from the pros on how to look your best even when you don’t feel it.
What first appeared to be an insect bite turned out to be something far more dangerous.
It’s a real medical condition that’s more than just overeating.
Who knew a PB&J could cause so much anxiety?
Snoring is a fact of life for one-third of Canadian couples. Here’s what causes the disturbance, how to fix it and when you might need to discuss it with your doctor.
We can clone mammals, send a spacecraft to Mars, and invent fat-free cheesecake, but we still can’t cure the common cold. We can, however, make it a bit easier on ourselves by adopting these 25 cold-coping strategies.
New studies show a shocking 25 per cent of people with type 2 diabetes don’t even know it. If you experience some of these subtle signs and symptoms, talk to your doctor about getting tested.