• An active lifestyle is the key to keeping fit and healthy. Read on for tips on nutrition and injury prevention.

  • Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) can have a major impact on your life. We interviewed David Atkins, who has been living with AS for over 20 years, to learn more about how the disease has affected his life and how he has managed to live well with AS.

  • Over 4 million Canadians have some form of arthritis. In fact, it's one of the leading causes of long-term disability in Canada today. Appropriate treatment, as well as learning how to manage this chronic condition, can go a long way to help. Find out about the differences between the most common forms of arthritis and what you can do to help manage the symptoms.

  • Your feet are your foundation. Find out how to take better care of your feet – from practicing good posture and choosing the right shoes to fixing foot flaws like corns and bunions.

  • Fitting your medications into a busy lifestyle can be a challenge. Here are some tips on managing your medications at home and while travelling.

  • Only about 15% of Canadians get enough regular physical activity. But it's easier than you may think. Read on for exercise and nutrition tips to stay active and fit.

  • Keeping your bones healthy and strong is a lifelong project, but it's never too late to start. Find out what causes osteoporosis and how to help you keep your bones as strong as possible.

  • Pain is an unfortunate part of life. Even though everyone encounters it, our experience, sensitivity, and tolerance to pain vary greatly. One person may suffer from small aches while another will tolerate walking on a broken ankle. Still, everyone needs pain relief now and then. This month, we take a look at some of the conditions that may cause you pain and what you can do to find pain relief.

  • Like good nutrition and exercise, adequate sleep is part of a healthy lifestyle. Sleep deprivation is an unrecognized cause of many problems, including accidents, illness, and poor job performance. It affects many people, and it's on the rise. Find out how your sleep habits could be affecting you, and what you can do to get a good night's sleep.

  • With all the health benefits of staying active and physically fit, exercising might be an important part of your day-to-day life. While you might not think of whatever you're doing as being hazardous, sports injuries often go with the territory. Here are some tips to help make your workouts safer.

  • Been meaning to lose a few pounds for a while? Read more about weight loss for optimal health, common dieting myths, and healthy lifestyle tips.

  • Losing weight can be challenging - and keeping it off can seem harder than losing it in the first place - but it needn't be. There are just a few straightforward things to keep in mind.

  • Whether you're slumped in front of a screen or slouching from fatigue, sit up and check out the reasons why proper posture is worth the effort.

  • Winter is a wonderful time of the year – except for winter driving, endless snow shovelling, winter sport injuries, chapped and dry skin, colds and flus... Is the thought of black ice and white snow giving you the blues? It needn't be. Being prepared can make winter an enjoyable and safe time of the year. Here's how...

  • Each year, over one million work-related injuries are reported in Canada. In 2010, there were 14.7 cases of work-related injuries per 1000 employed Canadians. What can you do to stay safe and healthy at work?

  • Yoga: the word may bring to mind pictures of people holding seemingly impossible poses - but it's about more than just flexibility. The ancient art of yoga endures in our modern world for many good reasons.

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