Author: Catherine

Feeling tired? Lacking energy? Wishing you could feel like your old self again? Lacking motivation? Wondering where your libido went? Living with pain? Looking for a female medical and health team that understands the unique needs of women at all stages of life? We can...

New World Health Organization Guidelines recommend specific interventions for reducing the risk of cognitive decline and dementia The WHO Guidelines on risk reduction of cognitive decline and dementia provide evidence-based recommendations on lifestyle behaviours and interventions to delay or prevent cognitive decline and dementia. Worldwide, around...

Research proves that exercise makes us happier and healthier. It helps prevent disease; keeps us young in mind, body and spirit; is more effective than some medications in treating anxiety and depression; and can even add years to our lives. Few Canadian adults however, are active...

If your hair and skin are lacking the lustre they once did, you may either be considering or taking biotin. Biotin, also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H, has surged in popularity in recent years based on limited evidence it improves hair, skin, and...

We are born with the desire to express ourselves and art and other forms of creative expression such as dance, writing, photography, playing an instrument, theatre arts, sculpture and painting, enable us to do just this. Self expression nourishes our souls, but did you know...

Our communications expert and lifestyle writer, Catherine Cameron, makes these Energy Balls to enjoy after teaching fitness classes, training clients (she's taught fitness classes for 30 years and also trains clients), or just when a healthy snack is in order. They're vegan, and they're loaded with...

When it comes to aging, most of us can easily spot some of the related changes. Graying hair, some fine and not-so-fine lines, muscle loss, stiffness, perhaps a few extra pounds that came out of nowhere, a loss of interest in sex...

Canada’s revised food guide was released today, and with it, have come some substantial changes. The new guide no longer breaks down into four food groups with a suggested number of daily servings for each. Instead of specific serving recommendations, the new guide presents a...

Did you know that one in five Canadians will experience a mental illness? Did you know exercise has proven benefits for our physical and mental health? Experts believe exercise enhances our mental health by releasing feel-good brain chemicals (neurotransmitters and endorphins); by reducing immune...