Hint: It doesn’t involve crossword puzzles.
Not all alcohol is created equal. And according to a new study, certain types raise the likelihood of feeling certain emotions.
Trust us, your sleep will get a huge boost from it.
It’s time to embrace your fear and anxieties before they hold you back for good.
We’ve rounded up the three most fascinating medical discoveries from around the world in this month’s health report.
Reciting a speech allows for preparation. But what about those people who sound rehearsed in everyday exchanges?
Choosing a pen over a keyboard does wonders for your memory.
No more popping pain meds!
Intermittent fasting is more than a diet—it may help slow the aging process, lower your risk for cardiovascular disease, and improve your quality of sleep.
Small changes to your daily routine can yield big benefits to your heart health! Here’s how to get in tick-tock shape.
It can be difficult to bounce back after an operation, but a number of vitamins, minerals and nutrients can support your recovery. Here are six of the best supplements to take after surgery.
If you suffer from seasonal affective disorder—or if the darker, colder months just get you down—there are many ways to brighten your mood.
People everywhere are living longer (and stronger) than ever before. And, Canadians are no longer content letting age dictate what we can and cannot do.
Woke up in a crummy mood? Don’t let it ruin your day! These quick and easy mood-boosters will put a smile back on your face.
Only 20 per cent of people can even use this one body part. Are you one of them?
If a lack of sleep has you feeling drowsy, use these science-backed tricks to stay awake and alert all day.
This miracle beverage is effective at fighting everything from cancer to acne. So pour a cup, and let the benefits begin.
The age-old myth of swallowed gum staying in your body for seven years is officially busted.
It’s not always measured according to your IQ.
We’ve rounded up the four best medical discoveries from around the world for February.