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Healing beyond the physical: Nurturing mental health

Dr. Chin delves into the connection between gut health and mental well-being, highlighting the role of serotonin, the “happy hormone”.

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Live life today

Consider this your wake-up call, a nudge from the universe to seize every moment and follow your heart’s desires. Life is too short for regrets, too short to put off the things you’ve always wanted to do. Let’s cherish each day, love deeply, and make memories that truly matter.

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Destress and best sleep

Gain insights into the interconnection between stress management and optimal sleep, along with practical strategies to address them. Learn how assessments of cortisol, brain chemicals, and neurotransmitters can guide you in this process.

Myth or fact? Memory loss in an inevitable part of aging

While it is true that memory decline can occur as we age, it is not a universal or inevitable experience. Research has shown that there are many factors that contribute to age-related memory decline, including genetics, lifestyle choices, and certain medical conditions.

Why burnout for women is a crisis for organizations 

Evidence is telling us in no uncertain terms that working women are doing worse than their male counterparts when it comes to caring for their own health needs.

Are We Peaking? Let’s All Lean In

As we brace for ‘the next two weeks’ when we hit the apex of the pandemic in many parts of North America, our emotions will go up and down. More than ever, our mental health is of great importance too. Unfortunately, it has not been easy to get to sleep with all that has been going on. Dr. Elaine Chin shares her three actions for your mental health.

Cityline TV – How to effectively (and naturally) boost brain health and memory

Cityline TV – Medical doctor Dr. Elaine Chin and Dr. Elizabeth Goldspink teach you how to take care of the most important organ in your body.

How to Bounce Back from Anything

Being able to rebound from adversity — whether it’s a minor mishap or life giving you a serious smack in the face — is key to your health and well-being. Here’s what research tells us about how to build up resilience.

The Science of Anger

Most everything we do and feel affects our bodies and minds. In GH’s new series, “The Science of…,” Elaine Chin, M.D., and Bill Howatt, Ph.D, explain some of life’s most impactful experiences so we can be our healthiest and happiest. First up: this universal emotional force

Stress Can Make You ‘Dumb & Fat’

When we’re young, we believe that we can get away with anything. What we don’t realize is how chronic stress can wreak havoc on our body, both physically and mentally. As we age, we discover that chronic stress can trigger many things in our body. I will share simple guidelines for you to follow that will help to prevent chronic stress.