Having family meals on a regular basis is encouraged because of how it impacts what foods we eat and our overall health. Dietetic Intern Amy Boucher explains how eating together can lead to healthier eating.
For most people, feeling down during winter is temporary and the return of sunny weather is all it takes to lift spirits, while for others, the “blues” can become a more severe experience known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. Meagan Sergerie share some ways to recognize SAD and tips to combat…
Shingles—maybe you have heard about it from a family member or friend who had it. You may even be personally familiar with this infection and the painful skin rash and complications it is capable of causing. Regardless of what you know about shingles, I have some good news for you—you can protect yourself.
Why do Canada’s Low Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines recommend lower numbers for women than they do for men? Public Health Nurse Angie Royal explains.
Risky play can be described as thrilling and exciting forms of play that involve a real or perceived risk of injury. PHU Health Promoter, Martin Paul explains why risky play is an important part of a child's development.