Health News Resources

  • The flu and you!

    This time of year brings on runny noses, scratchy throats, coughs and body aches of the seasonal flu. Recognizing the symptoms early on and knowing what to do if you get sick will help you get back on your feet much quicker.

  • Take action for your breast health

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Canada. The campaign aims to raise awareness on the symptoms and treatment of breast cancer and encourage women to take action for their health.

  • Important questions to ask when diagnosed with leukemia or lymphoma

    The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society highlights some important questions that you might not think to ask your health care provider upon receiving a diagnosis for blood cancer.

  • Feeling tired? Tactics for managing cancer related fatigue

    Fatigue, or the feeling of being tired, is the most common symptom people with cancer will have. Watch this video for tips on how you can manager cancer related fatigue.

  • 2016: A big year for Canadian health care

    2016 is going to be a big year for health care in Canada.

  • 3 diabetes focused websites you need to read

    These are our top 3 picks for reliable and informative diabetes focused websites.

  • Choosing the perfect family doctor

    5 simple tips from a medical doctor about choosing the perfect family MD.

  • 3 foolproof ways to dodge the flu

    Dip, dodge and ditch the flu this season with these proven tips.

  • The Holistic Hub: What your mother didn't tell you

    How naturopathic medicine can balance more than just joint pain.

  • This is the most common type of arthritis in children

    To show our support of the Arthritis Society of Canada and SickKids, we are providing information and helping to raise awareness about the most common type of arthritis among children—Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis!