Keeping immunisation records up to date is about more than just remaining healthy, it's also your passport to jobs, school, travel and more.
Pharmacogenomics is a field of study that researches how drug response is linked to a person’s genetics, an exciting new way to treat cancer.
Science is now giving us a full picture of the impact of processed foods on our bodies, and the message is clear. Stop eating ultra-processed foods right now; it’s killing you.
Pharmacogenomics is a field of study concerned with drug response based on an individual’s genome. Learn more about how you can avoid bad medication reactions.
During university, individuals develop dietary patterns that will be maintained into adulthood. How can university students take control of their health?
Whether you like the experience or not, there are many benefits to telemedicine, for both urban and rural healthcare consumers.
Wearable health devices are all the rage, as is shopping local! Combine the two and shop these incredible Canadian Innovators on the wearable health device scene.
Many Canadian caregivers find themselves using their personal finances and savings to pay for the needs of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. If this is you, read on to inform yourself about the support available from Canadian government agencies and community organizations.
Learn more about the 12 lifestyle modifications you can make throughout your life that can reduce your risk factor for dementia by up to 40%.
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.
Health wearables are becoming a necessity to help manage many areas of health and wellness. Here's our roundup of 5 health wearables you need to know about today.
The pandemic was difficult for everyone, but for teens, the mental health challenges have been especially acute.