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?
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.
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.
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.
It’s not always easy to find the motivation to go into the office when the sun is shining outside. Got the feeling you won’t have the time to enjoy summer because you’re working? No problem! Here are some daily tricks to bring the sunshine and good vibes into the office…have a great summer!
If you live in a tightly sealed, energy-efficient home airborne toxins can quickly build up. Here’s how to make your home a healthy space.
Though common, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can go undiagnosed in children—and adults—for years. And its effects can be serious.
Eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia are well-known to most of us, but how many know about the latest-orthorexia? This obsession with healthy eating is affecting more people each day. The media pummels us with information-often conflicting-about eating right. But what happens when nutritious eating becomes a harmful obsession?
Making small changes in your routine is all it takes to slow the hands of time. Start with these strategies to extend your youth.
There’s no need to suffer for a regular paycheque. If your job is overly demanding, here are some simple tips to reduce stress, improve relationships with colleagues and change how you view your job.
Are your recollections getting fuzzy? Try these tricks to stimulate your brain, get a clearer picture and sharpen your memory.
Our homes and gardens are our last refuge from the stresses of the world, but they are not always safe havens: both indoor and indoor air can be contaminated by pollutants. Here’s how to keep pollution out of your space.