• It's that time of year again, with nothing to look forward to but gloomy grey skies, bone-chilling weather, and piles of snow. Learn 5 ways to beat the winter blues.

  • During the winter holidays, you may be tempted to eat too many sugary, high-calorie treats. There are healthier ways to savour the flavours of the season.

  • As you head out to the stores or go online to pick out toys for all the good girls and boys on your list, safety may be on your mind.

  • Calm winter chills and shake off shivers with these cold weather warm-up ideas.

  • At holiday feasts and festivities, you'll find heartburn triggers wherever you turn.

  • 'Tis the season for feasting, drinking, and family gatherings! It's too bad that these activities often come with some not-so-welcome guests: heartburn, hangovers and stress, which can dampen anyone's spirits. Fortunately, there are simple strategies to send these problems packing. Hands off the figgy pudding! It's easy to overindulge at this time of year.

  • The best way to avoid a hangover is to drink in moderation and know your limits. But if you drink beyond your limits this holiday season, take these hangover relievers to HEART.

  • Check out 6 tips for dealing with holiday blues.

  • Noroviruses can play havoc with your stomach. Find out what they are.

  • During the holidays, the mall is like an obstacle course.

  • Which sweet treat will you choose for your true love on Valentine's Day?

  • Choose children's toys cautiously with help from this kids' toys safety checklist.

  • Are you getting your recommended daily intake of vitamin D? Probably not. Read on to find out why and what you can do about it.

  • Most of our world's cultures have their own take on a big bowl of broth and assorted chunky or puréed ingredients. And it's little wonder - soup is so easy to make! It's comforting, and it can be so good for you too!

  • Don't let winter weather put your workout on ice. Find new ways to warm up and keep fit even through the cold, dark winter.


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