Here's how a series of fortunate events helped Matthew Church live to tell the tale of his heart attack.
About 11:40 pm, a few weeks before Christmas, I was standing in our living room in downtown Toronto. Just back from my semi-regular two-hour evening...Read More»
Heart disease and stroke kill more women than men. Here, how new medical breakthroughs are helping to fight heart disease in the fairer sex.
Did you know that heart disease and stroke kill more women than men and that women are seven times more...Read More»
A microwave oven is a convenient way to thaw, cook and reheat food. But just how healthy is it?
Many of us are dependent on our microwave ovens for...Read More»
Olympic trainer Peter Jensen is in Rio for the Summer Olympics this month. Not bad for someone who's about to turn 70.
The 2016 Summer Games in Rio will...Read More»
Check out this cheat sheet for the lowdown on the most popular classes offered at the majority of yoga studios across the country.
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Go ahead, get the blues with these three recipes to try.
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Worried that your sunscreen may be blocking your intake of Vitamin D?
It's definitely the season to slather on the anti-sun stuff.
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In most cases, back pain is treatable with simple home remedies and by adopting better body mechanics
Back pain -- if you've ever experienced it, you...Read More»
How sun smart are you? Here, a look at some of the most common myths about tanning and sun protection.
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Hormone therapy has a negligible effect on verbal memory and other mental skills regardless of how soon after menopause a woman begins therapy.
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Are you an exceptional skin ager? Only your DNA and sunscreen know for sure.
At last year's World Congress of Dermatology in Vancouver, Harvard Medical...Read More»
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