Many Canadians have diabetes but don’t know they have it. Not sure if you’re among them? Check out the symptoms listed below and find out more.
Yoga has become established as a popular form of exercise over the past few decades, but some people still equate it with a special religion or something only rubber-jointed people can do. Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions.
Since so many types of cancers are now curable when found at early stages, having regular physical exams and screening tests is critical. Here’s what you need to know about breast cancer screening.
Revolutionary drugs that block or stop estrogen are extending the lives of women with breast cancer.
Yoga is a great way to get in some low-impact exercise. It improves circulation, reduces stress, and provides a low-impact, full-body workout. The Sun Salutation is a great place to start, but make sure that you are prepared.
“I don’t want to go to school today.” “Math is boring.” “I hate homework.” Tired of hearing these complaints? Here are five ways to help your kids get jazzed up about their education.
You only need one piece of equipment to work out in the comfort of your home. A balance ball is a great and inexpensive way to strengthen your core muscles as well as improve your balance and coordination. Get rolling with these exercises.
Looking to get in shape for summer? Using these exercises, you can improve your muscle tone, strength, and overall health.
Looking to tone-up for swimsuit season? Here’s your chance! Try a few of these easy, at-home workouts every day and start feeling great about your body.
A series of 12 graceful, flowing postures, the sun salutation is regarded as the core of yoga practice. Use this step-by-step guide to sample yoga in the comfort of your own home.
Roughly one-third of North Americans have forgotten one of the most basic lessons their mothers taught them: Wash your hands. Though 95 percent of North American adults say they scrub after using public rest rooms, researchers found that only 67 percent actually do.
There are no medical tests for autism.
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A new generation of treatments has joined the fight against stroke, cancer and heart disease
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Massive livestock operations are raising troubling questions about water safety
For decades, they have been pictured as living the high life — driving their Porsches, vacationing in exotic places — while their former wives and their children haunt food banks and live off welfare.
Your questions, answered by Cindi Seddon, cofounder of Coquitlam's Bully B'ware program, and a teacher as well as a school principal, and Halifax Regional Police officer Ian Burke, who conceived of and runs an Anti-bullying Hotline that receives hundreds of calls annually from both children and parents. Burke’s anti-bullying program is delivered to about 22,000 children each year, from pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 students in Halifax, Dartmouth and Bedford. His own three children attend elementary school and junior high.
One in eight Canadian couples will have trouble conceiving this year. Here’s what you need to know.