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Although January might be the most popular time to start a diet or new exercise routine, late spring is likely when people begin to peak with respect to getting into shape.
By 2035, the number of Canadians requiring physiotherapy is forecast to reach 1.5 million, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
Diet season is under way, as many Ontarians are working to shed the winter weight and get ready for those beach days and summer vacations.
The Government of Canada is in communication with poultry producers to lower the risk of salmonella poisoning after a recent outbreak left many sick.
Almost 40 percent of employees in Canada say their sleep quality is suffering due to anxieties emanating from their work life, a recent survey conducted by Accountemps found.
In Canada, many women aren't getting screened for breast cancer in the manner recommended by their doctors, according to the results of a newly released poll.
Whether to keep track of their daily footsteps or monitor their weight levels, Canadians are making use of health apps available for download to mobile devices, according to a newly released survey.
Canadians interested in a more natural approach to eating and health may want to consider the benefits of eating organically.
The advance of technology has changed the world, in some cases for the better.
According to the Canadian Sleep Society, adults have one “major episode” of sleep each night.