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  • 12 Weight Loss Secrets>>

    One frustrating thing about trying to lose weight is the snail’s pace at which the pounds seem to drop off. The more weight you lose, the harder your body fights to hold on to the calories it gets and the fewer calories it burns. But what if you could turbo-change your weight loss efforts? You can by boosting your metabolism with these helpful tips.>>

  • 5 Ways to Exercise with Your Children>>

    Engaging your children in a health-promoting lifestyle should be a priority for every loving parent. But if you want trim and healthy kids, you have to get trim and healthy yourself. This is how to do it.>>

  • B.C. Tops World in Cancer Survival Rates>>

    Find out why this Canadian province has the highest cancer survival rates in the country.>>

  • 5 Exercise Tips for Golfers>>

    The Ontario Chiropractic Association recently launched its Get in the Game Without the Pain public education program aimed at preventing common aches and pains associated with the ever-popular sport. Here are five simple, practical tips from golf pros to help you stay in top form on the greens.>>

  • 4 Ways Green Tea Pays Off>>

    Green tea has been consumed in China for thousands of years as a health-boosting drink. Although its health effects are not yet fully understood, drink green tea for these potential benefits:>>

  • 7 Health Benefits of Apples>>

    An apple a day keeps the doctor away for a variety of ills. Researchers are uncovering the many ways that apples keep us healthy. Keep clicking to find out more on the top health benefits of apples.>>

  • 8 Tricks to Calm Workplace Chaos>>

    The workplace can get a little too busy and chaotic sometimes. No matter what your job, it’s important to find ways to deal with stress of the busy workday. Read on to find out how you can make your busy work life that much simpler.>>

  • 10 Secrets for Healthy Hair>>

    Hair is the first thing people see when you walk into the room and it can say a lot about you. Needless to say greasy, dirty, messy and unrefined hair doesn’t speak very highly of you. Keep your personal hygiene up-to-speed and give your hair the fresh, clean and healthy look it deserves without becoming a hair product junkie.>>

  • 5 Health Myths Revealed>>

    It's easy to be overwhelmed by the parade of information about new threats to our well-being. But these disturbing reports — many delivered in the form of e-mails — are often complete nonsense. The next time you hear or read about an imminent health catastrophe, don't accept it as the final word.>>

  • 10 Ways For Women to Stay Fit and Healthy>>

    You are strong. You are brave. You are wise. You are beautiful. You've put the needs of others ahead of your own, so take some time for yourself.>>

  • 7 Ways to Make Walking More Enjoyable>>

    Walking is a great form of exercise and the best part is that it’s completely free. Forget pricey gym memberships. Learn how you can make the most out of this easy exercise without spending a dime.>>

  • 6 Green Resolutions That Lead to Happiness>>

    Every year we plan to make changes to our lives for the better. But what about doing something to help out Mother Earth? Here are six resolutions that'll make you and our planet that much more healthy.>>

  • Avoid Dollar-Store Health Pitfalls>>

    Carlos Oliveira of Peterborough has found some great bargains at the dollar store: tissue paper, gift bags, tape. But he was concerned when his son received knock-off Play-Doh that had no manufacturer's information on the packaging. He's right to be cautious. Lorne Lipkus, a Toronto lawyer and anticounterfeiting expert, says some dollar stores can be filled with counterfeit products that pose a health and safety risk. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself.>>

  • 8 Ways to Stabilize Your Blood Sugar>>

    Whether you already have diabetes, are overweight or want to prevent future problems, here are 8 ways to make sure your blood sugar and insulin levels are as healthy as can be.>>

  • Winning the War on Cancer>>

    A growing understanding of Canada’s top cause of premature death has led to a new wave of screenings, treatments—and hope.>>