Feeling stressed? You’re not the only one
Feeling stressed, anxious and worried are a normal part of a women’s daily life. Small doses of stress and anxiety help us to meet deadlines, be ready on time.
Physical activity is good for your hearthealth
Being active helps lower your risk of heart disease and stroke because it can lower your cholesterol levels, reduce your blood pressure and help to control type 2 diabetes.
Quit Counting Sheep: How to get a good night’s sleep
Sleep knows many enemies - electronics, snoring, caffeine, pets , babies, having to use the washroom, general anxiety, loud neighbours…the list goes on.
Five nutrients Canadian women need to watch
The diets of Canadian women and girls are as diverse as the cultures, traditions and environments that influence food consumption.
Self-care: For you, by you
Women are nurturers by nature. We often put the needs of others ahead of our own. Sometimes we all need to be reminded that making yourself a priority isn’t selfish.
Portioning your plate
Roughly 11 million Canadians were living with diabetes or prediabetes in 2016. This number is anticipated to increase in the future.
Having it all
Women often hear the message that they should try to “have it all”.1 But what does that mean, and is it even possible?
It’s about time
Do you sometimes neglect sleep, proper diet and general self-care because there are just too many other things you need to get done?
Move it or lose it
We've all seen the headlines about sitting being the new smoking.