Rheumatoid arthritis can make it painful to perform everyday tasks, but you shouldn’t let it stop you from living a normal life. Use these tips to adapt your home and help you enjoy each day.
An estimated 20% of Canadians will grapple with mental illness at some point during their lifetimes. If you or someone you know needs help, the following counselling and support groups are available. The list is a mix of national, provincial and local resources available in Canada
Who doesn’t love a night off from cooking? There’s no need to feel wary of restaurants just because you have diabetes. Instead of letting your inhibitions go and giving in to your cravings, prepare yourself by using these easy and helpful suggestions.
There’s a whole new arsenal of supplements that natural medicine experts “prescribe” for themselves and their patients-because they’re backed by compelling research that proves they really work. Your doctor isn’t likely to tell you about them, so you’ll just have to discover them for yourself. Here are the top ten natural remedies that live up to their promise.
This chronic condition is often shrouded in mystery. Diabetes can come on early in life, or in adulthood, and has no simple cause, and no cure. But, being diagnosed doesn’t mean you have to put your life on hold. Here’s a crash course on the condition.
It’s spring, and while everyone else is outside enjoying the sunshine, you’re a prisoner in your air-conditioned house all because you’re allergic to some form of pollen. Help has arrived: try these tips to stifle your sniffles.
A first-aid kit should prepare you for almost any health emergency, from poison ivy to a blood-spurting cut. Here’s what you need.
If all that typing is taking a toll on your wrists, but you can’t cut work try these home remedies. There may be a natural way to quench the pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
You can’t go running to the doctor for every minor burn, scrape, or dizzy spell. Here’s how to handle those minor mishaps at home.
Cold sores can sneak up on you, and keep coming back. Catch them early, and fend them off with these home remedies.
Slathering yourself with lotions and potions, but still can’t fight the flakes? Try one of these home remedies to do the trick.
The holiday season is a time of decadent eating and drinking, but consuming copious amounts of liquor can result in a hearty hangover. Try these simple solutions to make a quick comeback to the celebrations.
You had too much to drink last night, and you’ve woken up with a wicked hangover. Your head is pounding. You’re drenched in sweat. You feel like throwing up. What’s going on, and how can you stop if from happening again?
Many Canadians have diabetes but don’t know they have it. Not sure if you’re among them? Check out the symptoms listed below and find out more.
Since so many types of cancers are now curable when found at early stages, having regular physical exams and screening tests is critical. Here’s what you need to know about breast cancer screening.
Revolutionary drugs that block or stop estrogen are extending the lives of women with breast cancer.
Roughly one-third of North Americans have forgotten one of the most basic lessons their mothers taught them: Wash your hands. Though 95 percent of North American adults say they scrub after using public rest rooms, researchers found that only 67 percent actually do.
There are no medical tests for autism.
Follow these tips for beating the world's most common ailment.
Could a serious soft drink habit or a cookie addiction be leading your brain down the path to slowdowns and decline?