September, back to school and routines: it all seems to go together. If you’re taking time to refresh habits and routines for your family this year...
How to support and prioritize falls prevention in everyday life
For older adults, falls are a leading cause of injury that can impact not only an individual’s health, but also their quality of life.
Why walking regularly could be better for you than you expect
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to find different ways of staying active, and walking has been a popular choice: affordable, accessible for...
The importance of protecting eyesight during home workouts
Exercise and activity are important parts of Richard Cui’s daily routine. “Before the pandemic, I was in the gym almost every day,” says the 21-year...
COVID-19: Staying fit while staying at home
Staying physically active may prove to be a difficult task as we continue to practice physical distancing. A Sunnybrook expert offers tips on how to...
The role of exercise in managing obsessive compulsive disorder
Canadian physical activity guidelines recommend adults aged 18-64 get 150 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity every week, yet only 15...
Why stepping into a healthier lifestyle could help delay Alzheimer’s disease
Daily exercise is known to be beneficial for body and mind, but a new study has found physical activity may also protect the brain from Alzheimer's...
Best of both worlds: Integrating the ancient practice of yoga and modern healthcare
A growing body of evidence supports yoga as an effective integrative treatment for chronic physical and mental health conditions.
Let’s get moving this spring!
Just 30 minutes of physical activity a day can drastically reduce your risk for many health issues and enhance your mood.
How “movement breaks” can reduce the health risks of prolonged sitting
What is one of the best things I can do to make me healthier in the new year?