She may be young, beautiful and in love, but the last 12 months or so haven’t been a walk in the park for singer Selena Gomez.
One in five Canadians will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime. Stay vigilant for these signs of depression.
From forgetfulness to mommy brain, find out how the everyday symptoms could be signaling a bigger issue with your brain health.
Sugar is blamed for teeth cavities and weight gain. For some, it can affect self-esteem. Find out how one woman quit sugar for good.
Feeling stressed? Grab something to eat, as you might be lacking in something. Here are the eight nutrients that will help ease that anxious feeling.
Did you know that eating fast food may make you more likely to develop depression? Or that stress could be genetic?
Anxiety can exacerbate even the simplest of parenting tasks and steal the gratification we should be receiving. But it is possible to gain control over your anxiety and create a healthy family dynamic.
A new Canadian web series attempts to raise the awareness of the stigma surrounding men’s mental health.
Remember: if you’re suffering from a mental illness like depression, you have the right to access accommodation at your workplace.
Though 1 in 5 Canadians live with mental illness in any given year, mental health awareness still has a long way to go. The young founders of The Sad Collective discuss 10 common stereotypes about mental health.
What to do when your partner is depressed, but is resistant to seeking help.
Taking care of yourself doesn’t have to break the bank.
Sure, a few rounds on a weight-training circuit will go a long way to helping you physically, but did you know exercise does wonders for your mental capabilities, too? Read more about the best exercise for your brain
Nosh on this for a better noggin.
Own your mental illness without shame.
The best ways to unwind after a super stressful day.
Playing a video game like Candy Crush Saga isn’t just for Gen Y. In fact, advancing a few levels in Angry Birds can score big for your mental health
Incorporate these simple tasks into your daily life for improved concentration and a healthier brain
Women are most likely to get Alzheimer’s – of the estimated 747,000 Canadians living with the disease, about 70 percent are women. Shockingly but not surprisingly, little research has focused on the impact of gender – until now.
Making healthy choices may help improve your mental health. Here’s how