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Relationship expert and author Laura Bilotta of the dating website Single in the City (singleinthecity.ca) offers her tips for getting back into the dating game.
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Could you be one of the six million Canadians with prediabetes?
Want some Canadiana in your ears while you crush out the kilometres on the treadmill or on the bike? Here are the most motivating songs on iTunes.
Two fitness and medical experts weigh in on what it means to be fit, the effect of weight on your health, and whether or not the two are mutually exclusive.
One in five Canadians will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime. Stay vigilant for these signs of depression.
You wouldn’t think to use your phone to relax, be in the present and find your zen. But there are mindfulness apps that will take you away from your work email, that social media hangover and whatever else is nagging you on your phone.
We never would have guessed it ourselves.
If you’re training for a serious road biking event, then you should consider cycling classes. Here’s what you can expect.
Emilia Clarke plays one of the baddest babes on Game of Thrones, but her diet and workout routine is surprisingly a lot less ruthless.