Watch this CTV Your Morning segment where I give insights on the allergy season. It’s in full force, with sneezing, puffy eyes and all, but you may also be experiencing symptoms that feel like a spring cold. So, how can you tell the difference?
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?
Watch this CTV Your Morning segment where I give insights on what to pack before you head out on a March getaway.
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.
Wellness Wednesdays: Robert Waldinger, director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development has just written a new book to share the “Lessons From the World’s Longest Scientific Study of Happiness”. It is an 85-year journey of over 2000 people going through their entire adult lives beginning in 1938. So what is contributing to happiness? Watch the segment to find out!
On this Wellness Wednesdays segment, I discussed why Mayor McCallion lived such a long and productive life. I don’t believe it was an accident of genetics. Science now confirms that only 20% of our longevity is determined by our DNA, and thankfully 80% of it is within our control.
Feeling the blues during the winter is often a common emotional feeling during the darkest weeks of January. Watch this week’s Wellness Wednesday segment, where I explain what you can in fact do to reduce your risk of feeling the blues.