With millions of Canadians having tuned in to the Rio Olympics, many have seen their favorite athletes covered in bright coloured tape or covered in welts that resemble circular bruises as seen on American swimmer, Michael Phelps.

You Need A Mini Trampoline In Your Life

Sunday, 14 August 2016 18:24 Written by Dr. Melvia Agbeko
Rebounding or mini trampolining is not just for kids and it’s not just for fun. This fun and effective way to exercise produces feel good hormones (endorphins), increases the metabolism and creates health benefits that are numerous and long lasting.

5 Ways Castor Oil Can Make Your Life Better

Sunday, 14 August 2016 17:38 Written by Dr. Melvia Agbeko
If you grew up in the Caribbean you probably have memories about having to use castor oil as a laxative at some point in your lives.
There are two ways that you may own a home with someone else. The first is with a: (1) by a “joint tenancy; and the second is (2) a “tenancy in common”.

How A Nursery Rhyme Can Improve Your Squat

Saturday, 06 August 2016 21:49 Written by Devon Jones
Remember when you were a kid and you sang this song? “Head and shoulders, Knees and toes, Knees and toes, Knees and toes”. 

How I Got My Kids To Listen To Me

Saturday, 30 July 2016 07:43 Written by Natalie Comrie
One aspect of parenting that I struggled with the most was getting my children to listen to me all of the time. I would usually have to say things 20 times or raise my voice before they clicked in and followed through with what I asked. It was so frustrating! 

Fear Of Concussions: Should I Let My Child Play Contact Sports?

Friday, 15 July 2016 15:03 Written by Dr Nekessa Remy
The number of young people suffering concussions has been steadily rising. In 2015, Statistics Canada reported that 23 per cent of adolescents had sustained a head injury. With the increase of media coverage, concussions in sports has been getting a lot of attention. 

6 Ways To Take Control Of Your Health Right Now

Thursday, 07 July 2016 14:23 Written by Clare Kenty
There's not a day that has gone by recently where I don't hear about someone getting sick or being diagnosed with yet another disease. We're a society that appears to be getting sicker and sicker and yet the power is in our hands to change it. 

Tales Of A Shy & Single Extrovert

Tuesday, 05 July 2016 18:18 Written by
Here's the thing, I’m  really outgoing. I can do anything on stage, say hello to strangers, do stand up, impersonations and joke with my friends for hours. That’s with friends or on stage, the rest of my life I spend struggling with small talk and God forbid I find a man attractive.

How To Deal With Nasty Neighbours

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 09:33 Written by
Most of us have been there – living beside a difficult neighbour. If the situation is beyond “working it out”, what can you do about it legally? The answer, most often, is the legal claim known as “nuisance”.