Just 20 percent of Canadians are registered organ donors.
While the news on the cancer front is generally encouraging, there are a few cancers that are increasing — particularly among younger Canadians.
Last year, the Canadian Cancer Society announced that nearly one in two Canadians will get cancer in their lifetime.
This condition, where tissue protrudes through a weakening in your muscle lining, can be incredibly painful. But identifying the symptoms early can help you minimize your suffering and get the treatment you need faster.
If you’re a woman, you should be aware of your increased risk of these conditions.
It’s every woman’s least favourite appointment, but getting a regular pap test is essential for your cervical health.
Tapping into the many benefits of this amazing natural compound.
Constantly reaching for a sweater? Experts share what might be behind your shivers.
Millions of Canadians suffer from migraines — but there is relief. Here’s what you need to know about this painful condition and how to keep it under control.
Thankfully, one simple swap can save your brain.
Could you be suffering from hypothyroidism? Here are the symptoms to check for and how to cope if you do have a thyroid disorder.
Ways to support a healthy microbiome, naturally.
A recent study has found a surprising new risk to hormonal contraception — but here’s why you shouldn’t be too worried.
Osteoporosis can be a devastating disease, but the good news is that it’s preventable. Here are some steps you can take to decrease your risk.
Now 30 years into their careers, Body Break’s Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod share their key tips for living a healthy, fit life.
Everything from our family and friends to the media we consume can have a negative influence on body image. Here’s how to take action — and work towards a healthier relationship with your body.
Here are a few ways to reclaim your energy.
There is no scientific proof that exercise can help your lungs grow. But these expert-approved workouts will build up the tissues surrounding your lungs, and that may prevent you from getting out of breath.
Dr. Parneet Cheema is blazing her own medical trail with one mission in mind: to improve the care of patients with lung cancer.
Activated charcoal has become popular as a natural way to rid your body of toxins. Here’s how you can make the most of it.