Sudden death is rare in young people, but cardiologist Dr. Robert Myers says the most common cause is a genetic heart condition.
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One type of anti-hypertensive medication may be protecting users' brains against degeneration associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
From drowsiness to muscle aches, all medications have side effects. But researchers suggest searching the web could be the culprit for triggering...
Heart failure is the most rapidly rising cardiovascular disease, and currently affects over half a million Canadians. According to Heart and Stroke...
Knowing your smoking status can help your care team provide you the best possible care.
Many people on blood thinners will experience visible blood in the urine severe enough to require medical attention, a study published in JAMA found.
Most Canadians only get half of the amount of fibre recommended each day.
Fibre has so many health benefits other than simply keeping our bowels regular.
Limiting your total fat intake can help improve your blood cholesterol level and help you maintain a healthy weight. But are all fats bad?
Here are some common nutrition claims on food packaging and what they really mean.