Skin cancer is being diagnosed in more and more people under age 40. So if you’re spending time in the sun, wear a hat and load up on the sunscreen.
Mental Health Week is a good time to talk about mental illness and help break down the stigma that prevents people from getting the help they need.
It’s a surprisingly complicated question across Canada. Governments, employers and consumers all play a vital role.
If you’re planning a trip — especially to an exotic locale — make sure you know what shots you need, well ahead of time.
Look ahead to National Immunization Awareness Week and, in time for the Canadian Obesity Summit, find out why a doctor banned post-shot lollipops.
Brighter Life marks National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week with some inspiring, true-life stories — and a challenge for you.
Getting tested for diabetes usually means unpleasant fasting and uncomfortable blood tests. Now imagine a screening tool that needs neither one.
Are you functionally fit? Can you handle everyday tasks like carrying in the groceries without pain? If not, here’s what you can do about it.