Brighter Life looks back at a year of great reading about health: Staying active, eating well and living a balanced life.
The Public Health Agency of Canada reports a spike in the number of flu cases across the country this month. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.
Just because exercise is good for you doesn’t mean you’ll keep your New Year’s resolution to exercise more. Here’s how to raise your odds of success.
While antibiotics or tubes may still be the best treatment for some kids, often the best thing to do for ear infections is to leave them alone.
You don’t have to be an athlete to enjoy the health benefits of exercising. And if you live with diabetes, it can even help lower your blood sugar.
Whether you are new to exercise or pride yourself on always working out, the techniques in these videos can help you stay in shape.
It’s a healthy living hat-trick when a Maple Leafs trainer shares his expert tips on nutrition, exercise and rest with blogger Tamara McPherson.
If you have concerns about your medical diagnosis or treatment plan, don’t be afraid to talk to another physician to get the answers you need.