Long nights and late mornings during the holidays often make returning to a regular sleep schedule difficult. CTVNews.ca spoke with sleep experts to find out the best methods to get back to a regular bed time routine.
A new study suggests that attaching traffic light symbols to the front of food packaging based on nutritional information could cut down on the risk of Canadians dying of diseases such as stroke and cancer.
In the future, you may not need to browse for horror movies to see a sallow-skinned, hunchbacked creature with bloodshot eyes shuffling around -- because according to a U.K. study, this could be tomorrow’s office worker.
The Ontario government's transformation of the health-care system will not include two-tier care, private hospitals or making patients pay for more services out of pocket, the health minister said Friday.
A leaked draft bill revealed Thursday by the New Democrats shows the Ontario government is considering creating a "super agency" to manage health-care services in the province as part of a transformation the Opposition says could open the door to privatization.
Pledges by college students to eschew drugs and alcohol are old hat. Now they're meditating, working out, practicing yoga, eating healthfully, and at least one school, the University of Vermont, it has become a bona fide lifestyle.