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Your physical health impacts your ability to live life to the fullest. We want to help you live better every day with these helpful articles and tips.

Sitara Hewitt is a Film and Television actor, Reiki Practitioner, Meditation and Life Coach. In this episode of “Your Wellness Now” Sitara discusses various tips on healthy living for women.

The heart is our most important muscle, it doesn’t take a break, so we really need to do our best to take care of it for our lifetime In this article, I will describe what will make it content, satisfied and to function optimally from a naturopathic medical perspective. Food for Heart Happiness The heart loves a supply…

The relationship between the mind and body is very complex. The mind itself is very complicated – that’s why psychology is its own science. Most of us are aware of the powerful relationship between the mind and body, but not to its full effect. We don’t necessarily think of how it relates to our own life, or why we mig…

Most abnormal cervical screening results are not cancer, but rather early cell changes that can be monitored or treated so they don’t cause health problems. We’ve created this handy infographic that gives women the birds-eye view on problems within the cervix and what can be done to promote cervical health!

Your urinary bladder is the hollow, muscular reservoir for your urine that sits in your lower pelvis. You may not consider it to be an important organ and in fact, you may not spend much time pondering its use at all. However, if your bladder does not work properly, as in conditions such as urinary incontinence or a bl…

Next to cancer and heart attacks, the next most common fear we have is going blind. Glaucoma is the second most common cause of blindness in the world next to cataracts; however, glaucoma leads to permanent vision loss, so it’s very important to detect it and treat it early to prevent further loss of vision. For those…

Weight gain, hair thinning, and fatigue are symptoms that women may experience in both menopause and hypothyroidism. Both conditions can strike at around the same time, in middle age women, with 51 being the average age of onset for menopause in North America. Although menopause and hypothyroidism can often occur aroun…

Sleep is increasingly getting the attention it deserves as a pillar of health and wellness. There are lots of reasons why you might spend a restless night waking up every few hours, and whatever the cause you’re bound to wake up tired the next morning. Learn more about the subtle reasons you could be losing vital sleep…

Your scalp is the skin that covers your head that does not include your face. It contains an average of 100 000 hair follicles and within each follicle is the root of your hair. Healthy hair strands begins with a healthy scalp and just like the skin on the other parts of your body, your scalp needs to be properly cared…

Although ‘brain fog’ is a fairly vague term, most people have a sense of what it means. Typically it refers to your ability to think and remember. For some, it’s more of a difficulty with focus, whereas for others it’s a difficulty in recalling facts or names. No matter how it is defined or described, it can be incredi…