Thanks to pandemic life, we’re experiencing a steady increase of complaints around poor sleep quality and its effects on our kids, our teens, and ourselves. But good sleep is a skill, and it’s as teachable as washing our hands and cleaning our teeth.
Our collective health, as individuals and as communities, is inextricable from the health of our planet as a whole. And maybe now more than ever before, we can see the negative effects of environment on the state of human health
Canadians have experienced a drop in emotional satisfaction and a rise in stress and anxiety levels. That’s pandemic life. But it doesn’t have to be. Take control and find strength with 5 simple tools to find mindfulness in your day.
In the midst of our quarantine during the COVID-19 outbreak, many Canadians are being forced to work from home, often hunched over their laptops in awkward positions for hours. Here's how to get a better workspace going.
Life on earth has survived through billions of years because of its ability to adapt to changes. All living things today are the product of this evolutionary intelligence. We wouldn’t be here reading this article if we didn’t have resilience.
’Tis the season when fresh, colourful produce is abundant! It’s time to take advantage of the nutritional punch these locally grown, seasonal foods have to offer us. Not only does buying local benefit the community, it helps the planet.
To be prepared for any health contingency, we all want to maintain our immune systems. For centuries, many cultures have used specific ingredients for their healing properties, not to mention immune-boosting benefits.
Male pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, can start any time after puberty. You may be thinking to yourself that 20 seems early for hair loss to start, however that’s the reality for nearly a fifth of all men.
By now, COVID-19 has reached every corner of the Earth and will be remembered by all who are experiencing it. What it reminds us though, is that it's up to each of us to maintain our health, to stay level, and to remain calm.
While we’re all hard at work managing the sweeping changes transforming our daily lives, the worldwide scientific community is hard at work to discover a prevention, a treatment, or a cure for the current pandemic.
With all of the recent and rapid changes that have occurred, many people have experienced an increase in stress and anxiety. Many of us had to quickly change plans and were forced to adjust to situations that are far from stress free. But it's okay.