The five deadliest cancers for women
We are at war with cancer every day, and it's often an uphill battle. The good news is that more...
The five deadliest cancers for women: Ovarian cancer
A lack of screening methods for early detection means ovarian cancer has a high mortality rate, killing more than half...
The five deadliest cancers for women: Colorectal cancer
Colorectal cancer kills almost as many Canadian women as breast cancer, though it is largely preventable
The five deadliest cancers for women: Pancreatic cancer
Pancreatic cancer may not be common, but its mortality rate is extremely high due to late detection
The five deadliest cancers for women: Breast cancer
Breast cancer rates are still high, but medical advances are turning it into a chronic disease that can be treated...
The five deadliest cancers for women: Lung cancer
Lung cancer is the most deadly cancer'and 90 percent of cases can be attributed to smoking
3 new ways to fight breast cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but great new initiatives aimed at increasing our knowledge and supporting women with breast...
Naturopathic medicine: What you need to know
Find out about the basis behind naturopathic medicine, plus how naturopathic doctors earn their credentials, what the medical community says...
Breast Cancer Blog: Jordan’s story
Get inspired by Jordan, a breast cancer survivor who's sharing her thoughts on living life well as she trains for...
4 things you should know about DCIS and screening mammograms
Understanding DCIS and screening mammograms could save your life
Breast cancer: What is DCIS and how is it treated?
One common form of breast cancer, called DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ), has a low rate of invasiveness ' only...
Get it together: 40+ websites you don’t want to miss
Featuring more than 40 websites filled with information and fun tools to help you get the most from your life
Get it together: Your health
A virtual workout, an online due-date calculator, and more health-centred websites
Canadian scientists are revolutionizing patient care and research knowledge'as these four exciting medical advances make abundantly clear
“I’ve taken charge of my mood swings.”
Mindfulness has enabled this 35-year-old to stay calm, despite a debilitating endometriosis diagnosis
Health challenge week 4
Check out Jenn's Week 4 challenge to the fitness group, plus see how she's progressing