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The One of a Kind craft show and sale is the shopping destination for unique, handmade goods and goodies from Canadian artisans. The show runs Nov. 23 – Dec. 3 at Toronto's Enercare...Read More»
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and the latest treatment may offer a better alternative for the cancer's most common form.
Health Canada recently approved Keytruda (Merck Canada) for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer. It is among...Read More»
In her new book, Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker, the Grand Dame of homemaking elevates slow cooking to special occasion-worthy. The secret is putting in a...Read More»
Let's do a shot! Here, why your immunization may need a boost.
Our memory may not be the only thing that needs jogging as we age. Our immune system can...Read More»
Bon appétit! Here, gourmet fare that strikes a balance between gastronomy and well-being.
Paul Tremain (pictured right), executive chef for Palisades...Read More»
Here, we're talking eye health and aging with Vancouver-based optometrist Dr. Pavan Avinashi.
Our eyes, like our skin, lose elasticity as we age...Read More»
The redder the better. As you prepare your next holiday feast, make sure the cranberries for your sauce are colour-rich, for flavour...Read More»
October is breast cancer awareness month, and awareness is the operational word. Meet Senographe Pristina, the latest breast imaging machine that was...Read More»
More than 2,400 mid-life Canadians were surveyed about their sex lives—here's what they had to say.
If you're not talking about sex,...Read More»
Summer is ending but with a little freshening up, you can give your home that summer feeling all year round.
Saying goodbye to summer doesn't have to...Read More»
Dani Allen, the former star of The Biggest Loser, shares her top tips to help people get in shape.
Danni Allen loves a good analogy.
"If you're...Read More»
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