The bestselling author says the opposite of addiction is freedom.
Research links herbal remedies and acupuncture to more live births.
For children with a specific genetic profile, traffic-related air pollution can lead to the development of the disease.
The health-and-exercise-science student travelled to a lab near the base camp of Mount Everest to conduct studies on the effects of high altitudes on human beings.
Bill 21 focuses on enhancing food safety, according to Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick.
Men may be reluctant to visit the doctor, but they certainly have reason to be concerned about their health.
The emergency-room doctor will soon study the impact of different preparations of cannabis on people with posttraumatic stress disorder.
Though you may have a fridge full of fresh, fantastic produce, people still face some common challenges when it comes to healthy eating.
Research out of UBC Okanagan is looking at new ways to increase physical activity among women with breast cancer following treatment.
The inhalation of crumb rubber, which is used as infill in artificial-turf fields, may be linked to cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.