While it’s normal to have a drink or two during a holiday celebration, do you know when you’ve had enough? Recognize some of the warning signs of alcoholism with these tips.
Why wait for a hangover cure when you can prevent a hangover from happening altogether? Here are the best ways to enjoy a few alcoholic beverages without suffering the consequences the next day.
With a little preparation and some strategic choices, you can find the ability to welcome change.
Don’t avoid this difficult but important question: How do you want your life to be celebrated?
Yoga might not be most people’s go-to exercise for weight loss—and that’s a shame. Here’s a circuit that proves why.
Between going to parties, shopping for last-minute gifts and tying up loose ends at the office, the holidays can quickly become stressful. Although it can be challenging to squeeze in a workout during the “most wonderful time of the year,” it turns out exercise is one of the best ways to beat holiday stress. Here are five great stress-busting activities to engage in this season.
Here’s how to make the conversation a little easier for both you and your loved ones.
Listen to these four rules of reading to get the most out of your next book.
Know your options when it comes to this important decision.
The cold really is harder on your heart. Before the temperatures drop, know how to keep your ticker healthy and avoid a heart attack during winter.
Why does your co-worker constantly clear his throat? What’s behind your best friend’s Facebook oversharing? The answers go a lot deeper than just “to be annoying.”
Selfies may seem vain and frivolous, but there’s actually a lot more to this cultural phenomenon than meets the (camera’s) eye.
For blended families, the holidays can be a time when the pressure and strain to be happy unit can become more magnified than usual. Here’s how to help your blended family not only enjoy the holidays, but build bonds that last long after the season is over.
It’s the sense that we most often take for granted—and one cannot live without. Check out the surprising science behind the healing power of touch.
Lynda Collins and Natasha Bakht are friends, colleagues and platonic parents. Together, they’re redefining what it means to be a family in Canada
Although both of these health conditions are caused by repetitive strain and can feel very similar, tendinopathy and bursitis are very different. Here’s how to tell them apart.
Buying someone you love a gift that expresses your truest feelings isn’t always easy. But when you get it right, the joy they show is worth it. Here’s how to discover a gift your recipient will love.
Opening presents and sitting under the tree aren’t the only things to do on Christmas. Here’s a list of our favourite fun things to do on the big day.
Just because you’re not too sad and listless to get out of bed doesn’t mean you may not be depressed. Here’s what you need to know about high-functioning depression.
While only about 2 per cent of people in the world have naturally red hair, there are plenty of fun facts about gingers.