• You may have thought you had outgrown zits when you outgrew arguing with your parents about curfew. But pimples can persist into adulthood, and acne at any time in your life can leave physical and emotional scars.

  • Can you diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines? Learn more about how your skin ages and ways you can care for mature skin.

  • Your skin ages right along with the rest of you. But as you get wiser and more worldly, your skin can look worse for the wear. Reveal younger-looking skin by dealing with these 6 aging skin give-aways.

  • Skim your finger across your cheek. Is the surface silken - or rough? Look at your face in the mirror. Is your skin plump and firm - or thin and papery? Here's help to pump up the plump and smooth out the rough spots.

  • Children have thinner and more delicate skin than adults, so it's more sensitive to irritation. Here are the top 5 tips to help parents care for a child's sensitive skin.

  • Germs can easily find a home in the moist, dark corners of a makeup bag, in the bristles of a hairbrush, or inside a tube of mascara.

  • Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered whether you could improve something about yourself with a bit of surgery? A nose job, tummy tuck, or face lift? Or perhaps just a bit of Botox, collagen or laser hair removal? If you have, you're not alone. But what do cosmetic procedures involve?

  • So, you spotted a few flakes and now you're scratching your head over what's causing your dandruff? Here are answers to 7 commonly asked questions about dandruff.

  • To keep your scalp in good condition, you may turn to antidandruff shampoos. But the foods you eat - and don't eat - can also affect the condition of your scalp.

  • Your infant scrapes her tiny, razor-sharp nails across her dry, red skin while she sleeps. Or your toddler son's skin has broken out in a scaly, red rash. You may be wondering, "Could it be eczema?" Learn more about this common skin condition to determine your next steps.

  • Time shows its passage on your skin - and not just in wrinkles and sags. Time also shows itself in dull, dry skin, which can be sloughed off through exfoliation.

  • You've read about them… You've seen the testimonials… You probably have friends who have lost several pounds on them. And they're popular - all those people can't be wrong, can they? Weight loss is healthy, right? So why shouldn't you go on one of the latest popular diet plans? What have you got to lose? Well, more than just weight, perhaps.

  • Food plays a key role in our lives, both when we're sick and when we're well. How much do you know about how it affects you? Grow your knowledge about the food you eat and the food you buy.

  • Admit it: we've all looked longingly at the woman sitting across from us in the subway, enviously wondering how she keeps her hair looking so healthy and well-groomed, and so shiny. What's her secret? What exactly aren't you doing to get healthy, vibrant hair? What's with the split ends, dandruff, and greasy hair? Let's unravel the essentials for healthy hair care.

  • Your skin shields your body from the world. Repay the favour by following these healthy habits and skin-sational strategies.

  • Want to erase years from your skin? Don't let your brow get furrowed trying to decode ingredient lists and label buzzwords.

  • The gloom of winter can show: chilly frowns, sleepy eyes, dry, dull skin, and wind-chapped lips - and top it all off with messy, static-frizzled hat hair. If you're the very vision of winter blah, here are some tips to let a little sun shine in.

  • Living with psoriasis presents a variety of challenges. It has an emotional impact as well as a physical one and can cause a great deal of stress. Depending on the time of year, or what stage of life you are at, there are also different considerations to keep in mind.

  • 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.

  • Our Nutrition Edition provides information on key dietary terms that you and your family should be familiar with. Trans fats, obesity, the DASH diet - stay in the know regarding the latest in nutrition!

  • As the months go by, your scalp gets exposed to sun, rain, snow, wind, and all types of conditions. Take time to give your scalp some season-specific TLC.

  • Adapt your skin care routines to target the 5 areas most likely to give away your age.

  • 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.

  • Quitting smoking is an important step towards better health, but it's not easy! Fortunately, there are programs and medications to help. Read on to learn more about smoking cessation.

  • Feeling stressed? Most of us feel pressured by the demands of daily life. But sometimes too much stress can make you sick. Reducing stress can help improve your overall health and energy. Find out how to simplify your life, get support, and use relaxation techniques to fight stress.

  • Enjoying the outdoors is a great way to get exercise and fresh air. Here are some pointers on staying safe and dealing with common health issues.

  • Get tips on how to take care of summer skin that has been bitten, burned, and bothered.

  • Don't let the warm weather and hot sun catch you with your guard down. Be prepared for sun and travel.

  • Cosmetic surgery is becoming mainstream and, for better or for worse, it is likely here to stay. But is it right for you? If you've never thought about it, should you?

  • What should you do if you notice a rash on your child's skin? First, don't panic!

  • 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...

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