Many diseases and conditions have their own “breathprint,” and this may soon pave the way for earlier detection and diagnosis.
Air pollution is on the rise and could be taking a toll on your health. Here, we count down the Canadian cities with the worst air pollution.
Even if it’s just a quick sweat session, sometimes it’s not in your best interest to combine exercise with certain medications. Find out which ones could harm your health
Shaun Francis, CEO of Medcan reveals how sitting is impacting your health, as well as a few micro things you can do anywhere to get your body moving.
Failing to apply sunscreen isn’t the only thing that makes you more likely to get sunburned — so can these habits.
With more than 20 years of experience specializing in hemophilia, a Toronto nurse shares her knowledge of treating those living with this disease.
Want relief? Follow this advice.
Stomach ulcers aren’t as common as they used to be, but many Canadians still experience these stomach sores that cause abdominal pain and more.
Think you’re the picture of perfect health? Your doctor knows better.
Antioxidants may get all the headlines, but magnesium may just be your health MVP.
Which Canadian province or territory has the highest cancer rate? From prostate cancer to lung cancer, we break down where and which cancers are the most prevalent across Canada and why.
The actress describes the moment her “activism came out.”
Next time you have a physical, arm yourself with this checklist of questions.
Osteoporosis can be a devastating disease, but the good news is that it’s preventable. Here are some steps you can take to decrease your risk.
Last year, the Canadian Cancer Society announced that nearly one in two Canadians will get cancer in their lifetime.
Just 20 percent of Canadians are registered organ donors.
While the news on the cancer front is generally encouraging, there are a few cancers that are increasing — particularly among younger Canadians.
We’re actually blown away by how fast she’s out of there.
Whatever the cause of your hiccups, most often you just want them to stop. Here are five strategies that may help.
We know to wear SPF, stay out of the sun and avoid tanning beds. Yet skin cancer rates continue to rise in Canada, despite the fact that most cases are preventable. Maybe this first-hand story will help?