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Health and Safety
This summer, join Canadian race car star Alex Tagliani, who lives with severe food allergies to peanuts and tree nuts, as he races across Canada and helps raise awareness about food allergies and the importance of educating others along the way!
How to detect, prevent and protect yourself and your family against Lyme Disease
How one of Canada’s top NHL teams combat some of their most common foot-related issues.
How these Canadians are dealing with this life-changing skin condition
See how one young woman is coping with binge eating disorder, the most prevalent, yet most unknown, eating disorder.
Aging at home is important for many Canadian seniors. This family found the right solution to keep their mom at home with the right care.
Checking for oral cancer is easy and can save your life. Here are tips on how to do a self-exam at home.
Do you want the best advice on nutrition for your family? Here’s who can help .
This procedure can correct presbyopia – a condition all Canadians will develop with age
How this hand eczema sufferer copes with symptoms of this uncomfortable, chronic condition
GoSafe—a new mobile medical alert service—is just one example from a suite of services that provides assurance and continuous protection for the wearer. For more information, please visit www.lifeline.ca and join the conversation on Facebook.
For the many Canadians suffering from this common skin condition, here are some tips to relieve symptoms
Every year, approximately 25,500 Canadians are diagnosed with breast cancer and nearly 30 per cent with early stage breast cancer will develop metastatic disease. Living Legacy, a campaign that raises awareness about metastatic breast cancer, features nine women from across Canada who will share their personal stories, words of support and advice to others facing this disease.
Good oral hygiene is more than just brushing. Here are some tips for long-lasting oral health.
How these Canadians are overcoming this life changing skin condition
How this team of professionals is making healthcare at home possible
How this support line is changing the way smokers are quitting – for good.
How to get expert health care right at home
Chances are that your food is fooling you. Here are some tips and advice on how to make smart choices.
Ulcerative Colitis is a painful disease that affects over 100,000 Canadians.
Tips to protect yourself around pesticides and chemicals
Whether you’re an athlete, gardener or you just like spending time in the sun, these skin protection tips are for you.
If you're one of the 2.4 million Canadians suffering from this uncomfortable condition, new hope has surfaced
Self-management coaching supported by technology can be the answer to seniors while managing a chronic condition.
A new treatment option for men suffering from a fatal form of prostate cancer.
If you experience urinary incontinence, you’re not alone. Here are some tips on managing the condition.
Stay on top of your health with this easy to use app
What you don’t know about eating disorders and how you can save a life.
How to prevent antibiotic resistance and tips on staying healthy
A healthy body starts with good oral hygiene. Tips on how to keep your teeth and gums clean and strong!
How smoking is causing a hazy filter over your life. Kick cigarettes to the curb for good.
The impacts of infertility from the bedroom to the bank account – options to support the journey to parenthood.
Safety tips for your workday routine when working with pesticides.
Find out about how the College of Kinesiologists can help you.
Every year 4 million Canadians get food poisoning. How to lower the risks of food poisoning so you can enjoy your barbeque this season.
How to avoid tick bites this summer.
Ensure your kids are safe at home with these simple tips.
How elderly can preserve their quality of life while their families maintain peace of mind.
New treatment to reduce symptoms and improve concentration for children with ADHD.
Is your cough lingering longer than 1 week? Know the signs and symptoms of COPD and when you should visit a doctor.
Long term medical and non medical care for those who can no longer live independently.
A collaborative health care approach to deliver primary care for complex care needs.
Gut health is linked to heart health so treat it right with fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, fish and natural probiotics to reduce cholesterol.
Learn the facts and protect yourself against STIs.
New treatment in pill form for lung cancer tumors with the genetic mutation Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor
What you need to do to reduce plaque, gingivitis and have a healthier mouth.
Overactive bladder symptoms pose an increased risk of falling and a potential threat to a person’s quality of life; find out how to maintain your independence and treat OAB.
Tooth decay and gum disease affect more than just your mouth: how dental health links to diabetes, aspiration phenomena, respiratory infections and overall wellbeing.
Ants and spiders and rodents, oh my! Pest-proof your home this season with easy tips and tricks for keeping unwanted visitors out.
3 million Canadians have a thyroid condition - half of people don’t know it. Symptoms include feeling lethargic, rapid weight gain and excessive sweating. Your doctor can check hormone levels with a TSH test.
Get the vital information you need when choosing a smoke and carbon monoxide detector for your home.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women. The Women to Women movement to raises awareness, promotes mammographic screening and funds cancer research to save lives.
From early detection with mammogram screenings to improvements in radiation and chemotherapy treatments, the Canadian Cancer Society is helping to increase the number of breast cancer patient survivors.
Eating disorders can affect anyone. Understand the facts of the illness and help those who are suffering.
At this time of year there is so much to thankful for, including food on your table that is nutritious and locally grown.
Many Canadians across the country are struggling on their own to find a family physician. The Federation of Health Regulatory Colleges of Ontario is changing the way residents can access health care with a new website. Online, patients can read doctor profiles and find the right doctor or healthcare specialist.a.
With 1 in 10 Ontarians over 65 diagnosed with Dementia, you or someone you know may be affected. Find out how you can help support programs to raise awareness and alleviate the burden on families affected by Dementia.
Gluten free meals made easy with family friendly recipes
From academic achievement and communication skills to emotional development – poor hearing can affect your child's future. Learn how to identify the symptoms of hearing disabilities to help your child succeed.
Uterine fibroids are the most common benign tumors and can affect one in three in Canada. While most fibroids are asymptomatic, they can cause heavy and painful periods, urinary frequency and urgency and pelvic discomfort and pain. A new treatment is available that doesn’t involve invasive surgery. With Fibristal, you can treat fibroids, relieve symptoms and finally live your life the way you want to!
Being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis doesn’t have to stop you from doing the activities you love. Former professional Canadian athletes share their inspiring stories of living well with ulcerative colitis.
A new approach to health care working with patients and doctors to streamline the process and makes it easier and more efficient to get health care they need.
Learn about Cord Blood to help you make the right decision for you and your family. Whether you're planning for today or for tomorrow, there are many different ways you can plan for your family.
Canadians encouraged to get “hands on” in managing their rheumatoid arthritis to help prevent joint damage.
New option available for men with advanced prostate cancer