Sitting at your desk for hours at a time could double your risk for dangerous blood clots. Learn how to prevent deep vein thrombosis and ease varicose veins.
Keeping your brain healthy and working at its best should be a priority. Science offers some tips on keeping your memory in top form.
When it comes to a healthy mouth, start with the basics. These simple steps will help keep you healthy from head to toe.
It’s one thing to prevent cavities, but did you know that poor oral health can cause damage to your heart and blood vessels? Find out about the latest research.
Think someone is trying to pull the wool over your eyes? Look for these telltale signs and see if you’re dealing with a liar.
We’re all afraid of something, but when it comes to conquering our fears, where do we start? Here are six expert lessons on how to handle fear.
Researchers are making some important discoveries about osteoporosis, including the fact that one in three men over 60 are affected by the disease.
Happy and healthy teeth start at the root. Find out what’s chewing at your gums and learn how you can take better care of your mouth.
Do you suspect your breath could be less than minty fresh? Find out how to diagnose bad breath, and what to do to solve the problem.
Your dentist says your pearly whites should be inspected twice a year; your colleague in the next cubicle goes three times annually; and your best friend sees the dentist just once a year. So what gives? How often do you really need to get a check up?
Even with regular check-ups, things can go wrong when it comes to your teeth and gums. Know when to contact your dentist with these symptoms you should watch for.
While the debate rages about the safety of cellphones, experts are encouraging us to take precautions when using these convenient devices.
You’ve made the decision to quit smoking. Now comes the hard part: finding the method that suits your personality and lifestyle. We’ve got 10 ways that may help you quit and never light-up again.
More and more medicines come in a patch. Find out how the patch compares to the pill and learn which option is right for you.
When he seems ticked off or withdrawn, it may not be what you think. Depression is often masked as anger or irritation.
It’s a simple truth: Men and women are different. Yet medical research is only just waking up to the fact.
Cellphones certainly make life easier, but there is no conclusive evidence as to whether they are dangerous or not. We asked some experts for answers.
Spending time in the hospital can be stressful. Put your mind at ease by preparing yourself for your hospital stay.
Ringing in the ears can drive you to distraction but now technology and therapy can make life bearable again.
It’s hardly surprising that anxiety is the most common mental health problem in Canada. Stress is unavoidable. Fortunately, there are practical ways to reduce the fears and worries that can leave you feeling irritated, on edge and exhausted.