Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a recurrent and severe mood disorder that affects 1-5% of Canadian teens. The disorder...
As a family doctor, I have the privilege of caring for women and their families through many life stages. Time and time again, I’m struck by the...
Great news for busy folks who want to get active: you can break physical activity into three, 10-minute chunks.
January 17 is known as Ditch New Year's Resolutions Day. Some tips to avoid the mid-month opt-out.
Here are 6 changes you can make to your lifestyle to help out your heart (and other parts of you too!)
Instead of making a brand-spanking new plan that calls for a major change, how about we try small changes?
While the physical benefits of exercise are clear, there is now increasing recognition of exercise as a treatment option for depression.
Elbow injuries are common from summer activities, like golf and tennis. Learn how to protect yours.
We all tend to be more active in the summer. Try these tips to be active without getting injured.
It’s “no pain, no gain” when it comes to seeing results at the gym, but there are exceptions to this rule. Here are 3 signs you've exercised...