Sunday, July 12, 2020

New Way for Canada’s Youth to Seek Mental Health Help

Just like adults, children can also experience a decline in their mental health – most commonly depression and anxiety. For many parents, it can...

Eggs Recalled Over Fears of Salmonella Contamination

As many as 200 million eggs have been voluntarily recalled by Rose Acre Farms due to fears that they may have been contaminated with...

New U.S. Exercise Guidelines: Move More, Sit Less

After 10 years, the United States has updated their physical activity guidelines, suggesting that Americans should move more and sit less – and it’s...

How to Survive Vancouver’s First Heat Wave of the Season

While there’s plenty of information available on how to protect yourself from the heat, it’s never a bad idea to remind people about the...

Macro and Micronutrients Explained

In order for the body to function properly and for us to survive, we need nutrients. Nutrients are essential in maintaining our health as...

Type 2 Diabetes on the Rise

Type 2 diabetes is on the rise globally, and health experts are now worried that there may not be enough insulin to go around...

Celebrity Suicides Spotlight Importance of Discussing Mental Illness

In light of the recent, untimely and terribly tragic deaths of fashion designer Kate Spade and chef/CNN host Anthony Bourdain this week, there has...

Two Popular Food Products Recalled Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

Two well-known companies have recalled products due to concerns over possible salmonella contamination. The first recall comes from Loblaws No Name Brand chicken nuggets,...

How Lack of Sleep Can Impact the Memory

Not getting enough sleep at night does more than just disrupt your internal clock and leave you feeling fatigued the next day – it...

Romaine Lettuce Linked to Outbreak of E. coli Infections

As many as 60 people in both Canada and the United States have fallen ill, and 2 have died, after consuming what is believed...