Wellness Wednesdays: March is the national colorectal cancer awareness month. Overall cancer rates continue to decline, and survival rates continue to improve. We used to think of colorectal cancer as an older person’s disease. Not anymore. New alarming statistics.
Wellness Wednesdays: Previously I talked about the fact that one billion women around the world will experience menopause by 2025. Now, I want to give equal attention to a similar condition that affects 1 billion men who will experience andropause, some call this condition male menopause. Is there such a thing?
Wellness Wednesdays: Today is International Women’s Day. In this week’s segment, I bring some insights about the impact of menopause on our lives and a woman’s career. If you are menopausal – do not suffer in silence. You get no medals for it.
Wellness Wednesdays: It’s finally back – the migration of parents and kids travelling to many destinations. Whether it’s a warm or colder place, watch this week’s segment to determine what you need to bring along to protect you from the sun and the risk of sunburn and skin cancer.
EAST MEETS WEST
Dr. Elaine Chin brings her new book “Welcome Back: How to Reboot Your Physical and Mental Health Well-Being for a Post-Pandemic World’ to Cityline. “We have to do better and try to recognize that wellness is NOT a luxury.
Cityline TV – Repair, recover and renew! The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been overwhelming on both our physical and mental health. However, my new book “Welcome Back: How to reboot your physical and mental health resiliency in a post-pandemic world” is a perfect resource for steps to take to manage your well-being.
Cityline TV – Dr. Elaine Chin demystifies CBD from a medical perspective – including its helpfulness in combatting many common skin disorders.
This summer we’ve become all too aware of a spike in closures of emergency departments and intensive care units across Canada. This has not only affected smaller hospitals in rural communities. For the first time, many teaching hospitals have been impacted, including the Toronto General Hospital – one of the world’s top 10-ranked hospitals. This scares me. Frankly, it should scare all of us.
The more developed a country you live in, the more sleep you lose. Many people believe that they can function on less sleep. That is a myth. In my video, I will explain why sleep is critical for your brain, at what stage is considered quality sleep, and debunk some myths about sleeping.
This year’s W.H.O. wish for World Health Day is focused on the connection between the planet’s health and human health. Evidence shows that pollution increases the risk of preventable diseases like cancer, asthma, and heart disease. We think of pollution in terms of dirty air and undrinkable water.
Women Worth & Wellness™ is proud to be hosting a special live, in-person event designed specifically for C-Suite Women Leaders. We want to help you step up to this next level leadership invitation, by being exceptionally healthy and well, self-confident to conquer anything, positive, tenacious, and determined!
HR Management Institute Canada – Vancouver November 8, 2022 – In this unique session, Grace Palombo, EVP & CHRO at Great West Lifeco, will engage in conversation with Dr. Elaine Chin, a renowned physician and champion of wellness innovation, to address the forgotten leadership competency of physical and mental health, explore scientific evidence that will help you strengthen your health resiliency, as well as actionable insights and strategies to reclaim your physical stamina and mental fitness after the past two years of the pandemic.
The CSAE community is ready to gather in Halifax this fall. A compelling education program is just the beginning. Reconnect with colleagues, rejoice in celebration, refresh yourself with east coast favourites and rethink strategies to association leadership.
Dr. Elaine Chin met with women leaders at the International Women’s Forum at Château Montebello to discuss about the leadership competencies for women executives. IWF is 7500 women leaders across 33 nations and 6 continents. IWF advances women’s leadership and champions equality worldwide.