When it comes to preventing heart disease, knowledge is power. Here are 10 factors that contribute to your risk for developing heart disease, along with invaluable tips on how to even your odds.
This common nervous habit can leave your nails mangled, sore and prone to infection; these pro tips can help you stop the mindless nibbling for good.
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.
An enlarged heart is a serious condition, but luckily, there are usually signs something’s wrong long before diagnosis.
Hiccups come at the most inconvenient times, and when you’re in public, you might need to use some very subtle methods to control them. Here are seven time-tested techniques to get rid of hiccups in a hurry.
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.
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.
You'll laugh. You'll cry. And then hopefully you'll feel just a little bit less alone in your struggles.
Symptoms can range from mild to severe—and if left untreated—can even be deadly.
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 Michael Gleiser, pharmacist-owner at Bossons Guardian® Pharmacy in Strathroy, Ontario.
Thankfully, one simple swap can save your brain.
Headaches? Sudden weight gain? Your body might be feeling your stress. Use these simple home remedies and feel like yourself again in no time.
You don’t need to be a globetrotter to contract hepatitis —you could be putting yourself at risk right here in Canada with these everyday habits.
Hippocrates had it right when he said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” When your body feels out of whack, certain foods can help set you back on the right track.
Months after he was kicked in the head by a horse, Robert’s injuries began to heal and he was able to go back to work. Then he couldn’t breathe.
Looking to get lucky tonight? Better stay away from these un-sexy eats, which could do a number on your skills in the sack.
Seeing spots, flashes, or blurry vision? You may be having an ocular migraine, more accurately called a migraine with aura. Here’s your guide to understanding what’s going on.
Is your nose acting up again? Maybe you should start eating spicier foods.
Add these small changes to your daily routine for a powerful dose of heart disease prevention.