Profile By Jennifer Hartley Photos John Major Canada’s top medical doctor packs a powerful message Since the COVID-19 pandemic began ,her face has become synonymous with the Canadian response, recognizable from coast to coast to coast. She has been here … Continue reading
Asbestos is the term used for a group of minerals made up of microscopic fibers. These fibers form naturally in certain rocks which then eventually break down into the soil. When left alone, these fibers are not at all harmful … Continue reading
Do you want to keep your teeth healthy with good habits?
Good oral health needs good habits. If you want to keep your mouth clean and healthy, then you need to add some good habits in your daily routine. Good habits include daily brushing, flossing, regular dental checkups, and much more. If you are searching for the best info, then you are in the right place here you will read about the good habits for healthy teeth. Continue reading
Healthcare is a noble profession. The personnel in this field can help people survive, or at the very least, improve their quality of life substantially. However, it is essential to note that doctors and nurses aren’t the only professionals in this sector and that there is more to healthcare than meets the eyes.
Do you know if your husband/partner/dad has been checked for colon cancer? Encourage the men in your life to request a take-home test! Here’s why. Continue reading
For kids 8-12, a new book called Meatless? A Fresh Look at What You Eat explores vegetarianism. The author, food journalist and mom Sarah Elton, answers questions about it. Continue reading
Ottawa resident Gilles Caron is raising awareness of multiple myeloma. When he was diagnosed, he had never heard of the little-known cancer. Continue reading
Healthy eating can be a challenge for busy families. Try these tips to ensure you and the kids get the healthy food you need to conquer each day. Continue reading
Get a pap test; prevent cervical cancer. This week is Cervical Cancer Awareness Week. Did you know it’s a cancer that’s almost entirely preventable? Continue reading
Sports and caffeinated energy drinks can pose serious health risks to children and youth, according to the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS). Continue reading