Water is one of the best things we can put into our bodies. For a variety of reasons, we’re told from a young age to aim for the recommended amount of water to consume in a given day in order to keep our bodies as hydrated as possible. As beneficial as water is for our … More This is how to drink more water in a day
Summertime in Southwestern Ontario can get pretty toasty. It can also be stormy, humid, or cold, depending on how Mother Nature is feeling on a given day. The weather here is a tad unpredictable. Fluctuations aside, when it is a scorcher outside, it can be difficult to stay cool. I thought it may be useful … More Beat the heat this summer with these tips
Global warming is undeniably on the rise. We read about it in reports, we hear about it on the news, and we see it ourselves in the more and more sporadic behaviour affecting those of us residing in Southwestern Ontario (and across the globe). Something that has struck me as of late, though, is how … More Why aren’t we more concerned about global warming?
A few days ago I woke up with a sore throat. I have a tendency to catch strep throat and/or bronchitis relatively often, so I assumed if I started to feel any worse the diagnoses would be one or the other. A few days later I went to the walk-in as I progressively began to … More How to get over the flu, fast
Making an effort to abide by a healthier diet can be a rather challenging feat to overcome, especially if you haven’t made any major changes to your diet as of late. Chances are that as good as your intentions are, after a strong start, you find yourself reverting back to old habits, and soon, pizza … More Healthy eating hacks
Periods are an uncomfortable experience on their own, let alone when they’re accompanied by cramping and pain. Women experience menstruation differently, but for those of us who are fortunate enough to deal with period cramps, it is useful to be aware of foods that aid in reducing the discomfort and pain from cramps. An article … More 12 Foods that Reduce Period Pain