For novelist Ian Rankin and other best-selling authors, Edinburgh proves fertile ground. Athena McKenzie tours the Scottish city for visions of literary stars past and present.
Moments after arriving in Edinburgh, we have our first Rebus sighting. Amid...Read More»
Puppy love. Therapy animals improve quality of life, providing relief from stress and distraction from pain – even helping to lower blood pressure.
For more than two decades, Toronto's innovative Baycrest has had a pet therapy program for...Read More»
Lyme disease affects the elderly and those with serious health problems. Here, some ways to protect yourself.
In the past few years, Lyme disease has...Read More»
Taking the waters, right at home? According to David Lasker, hydrotherapy pools might be an answer to easing pain and wear-and-tear on the body as we...Read More»
From our changing bodies to adjusted attitudes, understanding intimacy as we age.
Anyone who has a few wrinkles or grey hairs can attest to it: body...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»
Kim Bozak and Rita Field-Marshal's coffee table book Glorious & Free introduces us to the multi-hyphenated Canadians leaving their mark in creative...Read More»
What's the best thing about Canada? Just ask the more than 6,600 unexpected visitors who dropped in on September 11, 2001 after the deadly attacks south...Read More»
Healthcare might be free in Canada but it certainly isn't fast. As a result, more and more patients are paying private clinics for fast access to...Read More»
Finally free of the kids and their baggage. Here, reflections of an empty nester.
Some 15 years ago now, visiting from Canada, I showed up with the woman...Read More»
When his employer was cutting jobs, Jim Slotek said yes to a buyout but no to retirement.
First time: "So, how's retirement?"
Me: "I wouldn't...Read More»
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