Music can have an incredible effect on dementia patients. Learn more about the author's journey with his mother, her beloved music and what it means for both of them.
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Getting a new family doctor these days can be difficult or impossible. Have no fear, here's a plan to keep your health on track.
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Learn more about the potential for fecal transplants in managing IBS symptoms by restoring the balance of gut bacteria.
Maintaining proper hydration is essential for supporting bodily functions and overall health.
Learn about innovative approaches to cancer treatment, research and support in this interview with Dr. Stuart Edmonds, Executive V.P., Mission, Research and Advocacy, the Canadian Cancer Society.
Researchers have concluded that 43% of stroke patients were given warning signs a week before experiencing the event. Learn what they are, it could save your life.
Taking possession of digital copies of your medical records, ensuring they are accessible, and keeping them up to date is one of the smartest things you can do for yourself.
Finding the perfect mix of private and public healthcare is the way of the future for Canada, but it won't happen with the snap of our fingers.
Medical errors can happen anywhere: hospitals, clinics, surgery centres, doctors offices and more. Here are 6 tips to help you mitigate the chances of medical errors.
Canadians can no longer be passive healthcare recipients. With our healthcare system at a breaking point, it's critical that we help manage our own health.