Written by Rachel Dong & Barry Choi 3 minute read F. Scott Fitzgerald said it best: “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”. September is National Self-Improvement Month, a perfect opportunity to start anew and reach those personal development goals that you’ve been putting off the whole summer. As the … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Improve Yourself This September
5 minute read We’ve all heard how Canadians are living longer than ever before, but here’s an ageing-related fact that surprised me: Older people are still experiencing age-related health complications, like chronic disease and injury, at a similar age onset as the previous generation. This means that, while people are living longer, they are living … Continue reading For National Senior Citizens Day, Learn About Healthy Ageing
November is National Diabetes Month. It's an opportunity to raise awareness for a chronic diseases that affects millions of people worldwide. It's surprising how little people and companies knows about the condition, and how to prevent it, and how to incorporate diabetes awareness into in the workplace. While diabetes costs an individual considerably higher health … Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes
Keep up your exercise routine when the weather gets colder Posted by Jeff Cai TIME STAMP: 2 MINUTE READ The summer months make exercising enjoyable and definitely a lot more motivating, but as soon as the weather start to plummet we often just want to head inside in front of the fire and curl up. … Continue reading Exercising in the Fall
2 Minute Read With long busy days in the office and impending deadlines, it’s no wonder why we don’t make time to schedule in the recommended 30 minutes of physical activity into our day. The following are just 5 simple ways you can get the daily physical activity intake without having to make extra time. … Continue reading Top 5 Ways to Fit Exercise into a Busy Day!