Did you know the liver carries over 500 vital tasks? Not only is it the largest solid organ, but it is also the largest gland in the human body. The liver functions to process nutrients from food, protein synthesis, detoxification, production of bile, removal of toxins from the body and regulation of the production […]
If you are always looking for ways to make the most of Family Day, then join us as we explore fun ways to enjoy it. This holiday is celebrated in certain parts of Canada on the 3rd Monday of February. To make the most of it we have gathered a list of six activities […]
Isn’t it absurd how some kids breeze through the cold and flu season without getting ill, while others can’t seem to catch a break? As mom’s, we want the very best for our kids and good health is by far the highest priority.
Why You Should Keep Kids Active?
In an […]
As of December 3rd, 2019 the popular brand President’s Choice coleslaw, is being recalled by The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) due to possible salmonella contamination. This action is being taken specifically for packaging with a best before date of December 4th, 2019 with the following codes:
- Best Before 2019 […]
The holiday season has finally arrived with plenty of parties and gatherings with friends and family over delicious meals and a few drinks. It is no secret, that alcohol consumption during the holidays increases drastically. This holds especially true for Christmas and New Year parties.
However, drinking alcohol can lead […]
Are you aware that the Romaine Lettuce found at your local grocery store might be infected with E. coli? Here’s all you need to know about this unfortunate outbreak of romaine lettuce E. coli 2019.
Where is E. Coli Romaine Lettuce from?
In the light of recent Escherichia coli (E. coli) […]
Now that we are in the midst of the flu season, it is more important than ever to make the immune system robust to avoid getting ill. The best practices, of course, include washing your hands, getting a flu shot and plenty of sleep.
Prevent flu symptoms with basic yet effective flu treatments. These tips […]
Digestive problems are a recurrent complaint, especially around the holidays. With dinner table laden with roast chicken, ham, potatoes and mashed potatoes, it is easy to lose count after the second helping. This lip-smacking dinner soon follows with delectable desserts, huddling together to sing Christmas carols and heaps of alcohol to guzzle down this […]
As the sweater weather rolls around, so does the probability of getting common cold and flu symptoms. Especially for kids who are still in the process of building immunity. If your little one comes down with the cold or flu, the bad news is that they feel awful, but the good news
Changing temperatures and fluctuating weather patterns not only require you to gear up your wardrobe but to also pay a closer look at your health. As the weather changes gradually from fall to winter, the chilly morning breeze can result in a sneeze, sniffle and maybe even a cough. This can snowball into the […]