Neck pain can make your workday longer. We asked four health professionals for their solutions to neck pain.
For most North Americans, bedbug bites were lyrics to a cute bedtime lullaby. Increasingly, bedbugs are becoming a problem in homes and can be a real pain in the neck to get rid of.
Tis the season for decorating and gift giving, yet dangers can hide in the form of counterfeit tools, gifts and unsafe seasonal décor. Avoid seasonal accidents with some tips from the Canadian Standards Association.
Stress doesn’t have to make you gain weight. Learn about the triggers and how to control them. Here’s how to fight back like our ancestors did.
Did you know that every woman throws out an average of 10,000 to 15,000 tampons, panty liners and pads in her lifetime? Give up the disposable products and you can save time, money and the environment.
Relax. Be happy. Get some sleep and leave the worrying for tomorrow. Here are some clever ways to stop anxiety and embrace restorative sleep.
There is no point complaining about winter, but there are many reasons to get out and enjoy it. Winters in Canada are incredibly beautiful – and they can be fun too. The following activities are perfectly suited for a Canadian winter and are definitely worth doing – even if you’ve never tried them before.
Any charity will gladly accept your financial contribution. But Canadians have much more to donate than money, namely their goods and their time. Where can you put either of these to good use?
It’s all but inevitable: At some point this winter, you’ll find yourself shovelling snow. You’ll probably find yourself freezing while you do it and exhausted after. Here are a few tips on how to make shovelling the white stuff more bearable.
You know you’ve had enough of the holidays when you’re counting the days until you go back to work. Holidays can be joyful, but can also be among the most stressful times of the year, between juggling activities, financial pressures, family strains, and worries about making a social faux pas. Here are some tips to help you get through the holidays intact.
The customer may always be right, but not always necessarily knowledgeable. Shop smarter by learning what to look for—and look out for—when buying different types of goods.
Truvia, the much-hyped natural, no-calorie sweetener, is joining the array of sugar substitutes on supermarket shelves this fall. Here’s the scoop on this and other options to stir into your coffee.
Yes, we love the way our computers, PDAs, video games and iPods have revolutionized our lives and let us stay connected and entertained 24/7. But players beware.
If you’re suffering from short-term sleep problems caused by jet lag or by an acutely stressful event, such as a death or marital separation, then taking sleeping pills for a few days may help you get some rest. Prolonged use is not a good idea.
Ditch the post-it notes and try these strategies to keep important facts from slipping your mind.
Here’s how to synchronize your lifestyle to your internal clock and keep your body running smoothly.
Wish you had the memory of an elephant? Try eating gotu kola, one of an elephant’s favourite foods. Read on for more memory-boosting home remedies.
Need more incentive before you put on your sneakers and dust off your stationary bike? An active lifestyle can prevent and even help with a wide variety of diseases.
It takes two to be fertile. Here’s what you and your partner can do to boost your chances of conceiving, naturally.
Mental decline is part of aging, right? Wrong! US McArthur Foundation studies on aging have overturned much of the standard thinking on how ageing affects memory and brain power. So, forget those memory myths and find out the truth about brain function.