For many Canadians, coffee is a staple in their everyday routines. It gives you that extra boost of energy you need each morning and re-energizes you in the middle of the day. There are also certain ways in which...
The two most common reasons why a patient might suffer a reaction from a medication is either the result of an allergy, which can include minor symptoms such as itchy/irritated skin, a rash and/or hives, to the more severe...
If you’ve ever suffered from a sore or “locked” jaw, you may have a condition known as temporomandibular joint disorder – also known as TMD. It is not uncommon to hear TMD and/or TMJ used interchangeably. However, there is a...
Psychology Month is observed every February to acknowledge the contributions of Canadian psychologists and to teach Canadians the many ways in which psychology can help them achieve happier, healthier lives – not just personally, but also in their communities...
From February 1st through to February 7th, the Canadian Mental Health Association joins the National Initiative for Eating Disorders and the National Eating Disorders Information Centre in observing Eating Disorders Awareness Week; a campaign designed to educate individuals on...
As many as 2.4 million Canadians over the age of 20 live with heart disease. Of those 2.4 million cases, heart disease accounts for approximately 30% of all deaths in Canada and claims more than 33,000 lives each year....
When it comes to taking care of your body, there are many different things that Dr. Ali Ghahary suggests doing to improve your quality of life. Below, Dr. Ghahary has compiled some simple and easy-to-follow health tips that everyone...
For many Canadians, the winter season is often the time of year they’ll opt to trade in the cooler weather for warmer, tropical temperatures. However, as one Windsor, Ontario couple recently learned, that beach vacation could turn out to...
When you’re fighting a cold or have the flu, it’s not uncommon to hear the phrase “let nature take its course.” While some patients might feel put-off by hearing this and look at it as if their physician is...
When it comes to discussing mental health – whether it’s with your friends, with your family members, in the news, or even in a blog – words matter. While many strides have been made in educating Canadians and individuals worldwide...