How well do you know your health lingo? These challenging medical trivia questions are the ultimate test of your health and wellness IQ.
Steering clear of flowers and trees will get you only so far during allergy season. Here are some unexpected reasons you might suffer from spring allergy symptoms.
While some etiquette rules have gone out the window, there are still some you must follow at every wedding.
Spilled red wine on the bride’s dress? Phone rang at the ceremony? An etiquette expert explains what you should do next.
The spinning, dizzying loss of balance which earmarks vertigo can come without warning. Here’s what medical experts wished you knew.
It's natural for parents to want to praise their child, but offering this compliment could actually backfire, according to science.
You may think they’re only a problem in poor or developing countries, but parasites affect millions of people in North America every year.
From groundbreaking treatments to the latest in prevention, these new health studies could have a major impact on how you live your life. Here’s the latest news from the world of medicine.
If your blood sugar number is creeping up, these science-backed diet, exercise, and wellness tweaks can help you return it to a healthier level.
Some body parts do not have to be squeaky clean. You’ll look and feel better if you wash these parts less often (or never!).
Social media may not be so social after all.
Learn how to make peace with your greatest fears and use them for your own benefit, no matter what your astrological sign.
Hint: It’s probably not because you’re a superhuman time traveller.
If you feel like you’re trying your hardest but the numbers on the scale are climbing, these could be the reasons you’re tripping up.
How to know when common constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, or abdominal pain may be a symptom of a more serious digestive issue.
When a 17-year-old from Kingston, Ontario, came to the hospital with abdominal cramps and diarrhea, doctors assumed E. Coli was the culprit. But when her organs started failing, it became clear something far worse was happening.
A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s shed light on a decade’s worth of unusual behaviour that seemed pretty harmless at the time. In hindsight, this is what I wish I knew.
Being caught in a traffic jam, arguing with your spouse about last month’s credit card bill, losing a coveted business account to a competitor: there are many situations that can cause you to fly off the handle. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
While the appendix doesn’t seem to serve a purpose in the body, if it bursts, it can be life-threatening. Here’s what you need to know.
Here are inspiring ideas to brighten someone’s day in 120 seconds or less. Pass it on!