Type 2 diabetes is on the rise, but did you know that there could be a way to prevent it through diet? Read on to learn more.
Cold weather is actually good for your health, which is great news for us Canadians. Learn more about why and how to embrace winter for better health.
Read our interview with Dr. Kaberi Dasgupta, who is heading up a study to research remission from type 2 diabetes through a structured calorie restriction and exercise program.
Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disease that can lead to vision loss however it's hard to detect until it's too late. Learn how to protect yourself.
Canada has made impressive strides in lowering the mortality rate of lung cancer, but with 11.6% of the population still smoking, this rate can still drop further.
The risk of type 2 diabetes can be reduced by 90 per cent. Learn more about how you can reduce your risk starting today.
In a recent study, 35% of Canadians reported feeling burned out. If this includes you, join us as we speak with clinical psychologist Dr. Taslim Alani-Verjee about how to overcome and prevent burnout.
To help Ontarians get better healthcare faster, Registered Nurses will be able to prescribe certain medications as of June 2024. Find out what they are to stay on top of your healthcare.
Online shopping can be convenient and quick, but did you know that some health products sold online but may be dangerous for your health? Learn how to stay safe while shopping online for health products.
Mounjaro®, an injectable prescription medicine that is used to improve blood sugar (glucose) in adults with type 2 diabetes is now available in Canada.
Starting in Fall 2024, Ontario will offer self-referral for breast cancer screening to women between the ages of 40 to 74.
NASA found that pilots who napped showed alertness improvements of up to 54%. But how long should your nap be and are there are other napping techniques? Read on to discover more...