Looking to get lucky tonight? Better stay away from these un-sexy eats, which could do a number on your skills in the sack.
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Seeing spots, flashes, or blurry vision? You may be having an ocular migraine, more accurately called a migraine with aura. Here’s your guide to understanding what’s going on.
Is your nose acting up again? Maybe you should start eating spicier foods.
Is your libido out-of-whack with your spouse’s? Our experts share three fixes for a low sex drive.
If you’ve got dandruff, there’s more out there for you than just shampoo.
Simply put, bullying is a systematic, repetitive abuse of power. But even experts are sometimes surprised by how it manifests. Here’s how to stop it once and for all.
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Diabetes can be a real heartbreaker. Many Canadians don’t know about the strong connection between heart disease and type 2 diabetes. The information below may surprise you and it could be life-saving.
Add these small changes to your daily routine for a powerful dose of heart disease prevention.
She’s been running marathons for 50 years and won’t stop now.
Turns out, finding the right running shoe is easier than you think. Read on to find out how to find the best shoe for you, according to science.
These two routines have been found to be fairly effective at warding off heart disease.
Get ready to reminisce about that deliciously awkward moment when your lips first touched someone else’s.
Good news! Sex doesn’t just feel great, it’s also good for you. As if you needed an excuse, here are seven healthy reasons to grab your partner and head for the bedroom.
It’s time to take interrupted sleep seriously.
If your kidneys aren’t working properly, you could also raise your risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
A tiny fraction of the population can use both hands with equal skill. Here’s the biology behind this cool ability, plus some other tidbits you never knew.
Cardiovascular disease (heart disease) is a leading cause of death in Canada. These four surprising clues can point to clogged arteries and underlying heart disease, according to Joel K. Kahn, MD.
Stroke is the fifth-leading cause of death nationwide. Brain damage from strokes can be minimized if they are treated promptly, but it’s common to mistake signs of a stroke for other health problems, which delays treatment.