HEALTH

TORONTO REHAB TRANSFORMING LIVES

On July 22, 2018, Danielle Kane’s life unexpectedly changed in a split second when a lone gunman shot her and 14 other people on Toronto’s busy Danforth Avenue.   The bullet hit Danielle on...

Walk to End ALS

“We continue to walk for my dad, for the many like him who have died from ALS, and for those who continue to be diagnosed. The need for research and support did not end when he passed away – it...

MEDICATIONS RETURN PROGRAMS

 Help Keep Our Homes Safer Most homes have them. They rest inconspicuously in a cluttered drawer. Or, hidden on a shelf behind your favourite cologne. Often, they are sheltered in the mirrored...

It Takes a Doctor

 Help Keep Our Homes Safer It takes years of experience to know how to best care for you, and the system that cares for you. In fact, it takes a doctor. Your doctor spends years training to...

5 THINGS TO ADD TO YOUR MORNING ROUTINE

The way you spend your morning can set the tone for your whole day. That’s why many successful people often have defined morning habits. To help yourself feel better and get more done, here are...

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE

It is thought that Garlic originated in the Kirgiz Desert in Siberia around 7000 years ago. It was imported into Ancient Egypt to feed the slaves who built the pyramids and to keep them fit, healthy...

GET FIT FAST & RELAX WITH NEW TECH AT STUDIO79

Tired of spending hours at the gym without seeing results? Studio79 offers new, modern ways to burn those calories and lose that stubborn fat while building strength you couldn’t achieve otherwise!...

CANADA HAS A SEAFOOD FRAUD PROBLEM

Every Canadian has the right to know they’re actually getting the seafood they purchased. Canadians love seafood, and it is part of our national identity. But do we really know what’s on our...

TOP TIPS TO COMBAT DRY SKIN

As winter approaches, we can expect temperatures to drop along with the dreaded sweep of cold winds and snow. As the weather changes, so too does our skin, which can become chapped, red and dry....

DON’T DUMP, DONATE

  On average, Canadians throw out approximately 68 pounds of textiles each year, ranging from clothing, shoes, boots and accessories, to bedding and bath items, and more. Where do you think most...

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