Feeling overwhelmed at work? Here are 10 tips to help you stay on top of your work and in charge of your life.
Can’t shake the kink out of your neck? Treat yourself with these self-massage tips and let the tension melt away.
We know you love that old standby, the one-hour Swedish massage, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However new trends are opening up some exciting and unexpected options to explore.
Stress reduction is big business—we buy self-help books, massages, scented candles or Caribbean cruises—all in the name of relaxation. But in reality, you don’t have to spend a penny to soothe stress, nor do you need a lot of time. Here are some simple strategies you can implement today.
You live in your body every day, which makes you the best judge of your own health. You just need to know what to look for—such as your heartbeat after exercise and unusual hair loss. This checklist will allow you to play medical detective between checkups.
Saying yes to life by engaging your heart, mind and soul is the best prescription for staying young at heart. Check out this helpful advice on how to maintain a buoyant attitude and healthy body.
Everyone knows that being a single mother is difficult. But did you know that single mothers are more at risk than married mothers for mental illness? Fortunately, help is often available to manage or mitigate these issues.
Here are seven secrets you should know about taking prescriptions and over-the-counter drugs.
The frenetic pace of modern day life ignites stress hormones that keep us in a state of perpetual arousal. Here’s how to cut down on common stressors to get more shut-eye.
Don’t let lunch become another extension of your overburdened day. Make the most out of your midday break by eating healthy, and sneaking in some healthy activities with these tips.
Start your workday on the right note to maximize your happiness and efficiency at the office. What you do when you first get in sets the tone for the rest of the day, so try these tips to get off to a healthy and productive start.
Chills run down your body. Your muscles tighten. You look into the darkness ahead and you are jolted awake, covered in cold sweat. You’re not alone: nearly 70 per cent of adults suffer from nightmares. Here are some tactics to keep them at bay.
Get silky smooth stems worthy of a Gillette commercial with the right food arsenal. Research shows that loading up on dietary fibre, flavonoids, and vitamin C can help reduce unsightly varicose veins.
Good feelings can act as a biological shield—helping you to live a longer life. Here’s how to rid yourself of negative emotions and enjoy life more fully.
It can take its toll on any couple and is one of the most common problems in the bedroom. Snoring. Not exactly the kind of heavy breathing and loud noises you want coming from under the sheets.
It’s summertime, and the bees are buzzing. If you get stung, here’s what the experts suggest to minimize pain and swelling.
For children living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), new evidence suggests that it may be time to consider trading in the Ritalin for some fish.
Knowing what’s going on behind the scenes can result in a much briefer and safer hospital stay. Check out these surprising secrets to help you make the best of the situation.
Multiple Sclerosis is a nerve disorder that affects some 50,000 Canadians, ranging in severity from mild, recurring tingling symptoms to paralysis. May is MS awareness month, so here’s an update on the condition and what you can do to delay its progress.
If it seems like someone turned down the volume a couple of decibels, don’t panic. Just try one of these little-known tricks to stave off hearing problems.