Health & Wellness

  • How Omicron stacks up against the Delta variant

    Doctors weigh in on how the Omicron variant is different than Delta variant, if a new vaccine will be required, and whether or not omicron may be "worse" than delta.

  • Allergies worse than ever? Here's what to do

    Looking for relief from seasonal allergy symptoms like itchy eyes, sneezing and a runny nose? These tips and products may help.

  • 52 celebrities who don't drink alcohol

    From Blake Lively to Kendrick Lamar...these are the celebrities you won't see with a drink in their hand. While we've all had one too many cocktails or whatever it may be at that Thursday evening happy hour, many, including some of our favorite celebrities, have chosen to abstain from the act of drinking alcohol all together. Although it can be hard to imagine a glamorous Hollywood party scene without sipping on glasses of champagne, these 52 celebrities have proven you can still party and enjoy yourself too while embracing the sober life.

  • Omicron could threaten COVID-19 immunity — but it's not back 'square one'

    The omicron variant, now reported in multiple Canadian provinces and a growing number of countries worldwide, could threaten hard-won immunity to the virus behind COVID-19. But global scientists say the world has a crucial head start on the latest variant of concern, thanks to early detection. And there's hope this highly mutated version of the coronavirus won't bring the world back to "square one" in this pandemic. South African scientists quickly identified and alerted the world to the variant

  • The complete guide to building muscle for women

    The biggest determinant of muscle mass in women comes down to three major—and movable—things: training, diet and rest, all of which can be tweaked to produce the most visible gains. Here’s how women can effectively build muscle.

  • Omicron's spread across Canada: What we know so far

    As the Omicron COVID-19 variant continue to be detected across Canada, provincial officials have called it "inevitable" that more cases of the variant will continue to be confirmed in the weeks ahead.