Do you ever wonder why some people can adapt to whatever life throws at them more easily than others?
Let it be — mindfulness
With so many aspects of our daily lives out of our control, mindfulness helps us manage the only thing we can influence — our thoughts.
The power of positive self-talk
Positive self-talk can improve your overall well-being and help you feel good about yourself.
Who is most at risk for problem gambling, and how can we help those affected?
Gardening is good for you
Getting outside and growing a garden can make you happier and healthier.
Expert advice on warming up and cooling down
How important is warming up before physical activity and cooling down afterward?
Heart failure — what you should know
Heart failure is one of the top reasons Canadians are hospitalized but many people don't understand what it is. We talked to an expert to get the facts.
Partners in care: Inside our Caregiver Support Program
Caregivers can experience their own mental health challenges and burnout.
Get some tips to cope with any sadness or difficult feelings that you may have during the holiday season.
Exercising with chronic pain — advice from an expert
Exercise can help treat symptoms and prevent complications from chronic pain.
The therapeutic power of nature
Time in nature can lead to lower levels of stress, anxiety and depression and higher levels of well-being.
Tennis serves up fun for all
We're breaking down common misconceptions about tennis! This fun sport can be very accommodating, economical and safe for all ages.
How to help your child — and yourself — cope with back to school
Start preparing now to make the stress of back to school easier for you and your child.
Can't break away from your responsibilities to take care of yourself? You could be at risk of burnout.
Putting yourself first
True self-care is something that can and should be done regularly.
The summer of play
As the summer approaches, it's the perfect opportunity for students to let go and make time for play.