Best Health editor-in-chief Beth Thompson was a guest on CHCH Morning Live to give these green and healthy lifestyle tips.
What’s it like to live in a house of women competing for a guy’s attention? Can you have a normal relationship after meeting on a reality show? Is there pressure to look a certain way once you become famous? We chatted with Joelle “JoJo” Fletcher of season 13’s The Bachelorette when she stopped by Toronto […]
You don’t have to suffer in silence, or in the dark. Here are ways you can keep control of your migraine triggers.
Find out how Nike’s Air VaporMax shoe performs on the road with our full (honest!) review.
Is taking care of yourself is stressing you and your wallet?
The gap between a migraine’s ubiquitous reputation of “worst pain ever” and a woman’s personal experience of the event is massive. The result? Many of us are suffering in silence. Health writer Rosemary Counter shares her discovery of the very real PR problems surrounding migraines and explores how they may be affecting your attempts at wellness.
How is an app helping those with visual impairment run on their own? Find out, as we chat with the app developer.
Do your investments support your personal ethics?
When it comes to accessing the medical care we need, many Canadians rely on their family doctor for a gamut of health advice and services. But, what many Canadians don’t realize is that pharmacists offer many services beyond dispensing medication that are convenient and accessible. [SPONSORED]
Don’t call this her comeback. Nelly Furtado on why music is her passion.
People who have experienced eating disorders believe that “scales are triggering”.
Writer Lisa Felepchuk recently packed up her city life to travel North America in a camper van. It wasn’t until her tiny home took her to the remote reaches of the country that she discovered she was fearful of the dark, moths, bears and failure. Here, she uncovers why we fear what we fear and what we can do about it.
Do you have any of these unique phobias?
What to do when your partner is depressed, but is resistant to seeking help.