Mirth's worth. Laughter is as important to our physical, emotional and mental well-being as eating nutritious foods, exercising and developing relationships.
Chuckles, giggles, belly laughs.
We laugh naturally and spontaneously many times a day for...Read More»
Enjoy Life. Live Longer.
Sustained enjoyment of life over several years in older age is associated with lower mortality, finds a recent study in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
The longer an individual reports enjoying life, the lower their risk...Read More»
Alcohol is a fine example of the adage that it's "the dose makes the poison."
Many of us have heard that drinking alcohol in moderation is recommended...Read More»
Canadian actor Alan Thicke's fatal heart attack last year while playing hockey in an arena is a reminder that exertion in the cold can be hard on...Read More»
Thanks to some scientific innovation, people with diabetes have some natural options for managing the disease.
Here, two new things to know now:
Tips to dial down the stress and keep the holly-jolly in your holidays this season.
We all know the routine. The gifts need to be purchased and wrapped,...Read More»
Home sweeter home. There's a positive global movement in long-term care thinking—and it's not just for our parents.
In British Columbia, soon...Read More»
The downside of holiday revelry: December and January are the deadliest months for heart attacks. We look at the culprits -- and ways to protect...Read More»
The knee, the largest joint in the body, is a hinge joint consisting of three parts. The lower end of the thigh bone — the femur, rotates on the...Read More»
Avoid these hidden holiday risks -- and enjoy the festivities of the season without getting...Read More»
Veteran advertising copywriter Ron Telpner admired Movember for both its cause and bold advertising campaign. But after he was diagnosed with prostate...Read More»