Health Articles

Post Holiday Health Rescue: 5 Detox Drinks

Friday January 4, 2013 by Alexandra C.



Overindulging is a well known holiday tradition, right? Only, after the holidays are done, Present Alexandra is not such a fan of Past Alexandra's decision to observe that tradition. I don't know about you but I don't think I can look at another plate of turkey. Or mashed potatoes. Or stuffing. And please, don't even offer me any sort of chocolate or cake. 

To help get...

5 Bad Snacking Habits Made Healthy

Tuesday November 13, 2012 by Alexandra C.



You may already know that I'm a huge snack fiend. I love my munchies while at work, on the go or just lazing about at home. And speaking of lazing about, you may already know that when it comes to food and cooking, I can be a bit (ok, a lot) lazy when I'm making a meal for one. It's so easy for me to just go to the coffee shop, eat a processed snack or if I'm feeling especially...

1 Date Night Purse Essential to Pack (plus enter for a chance to win*!)

Monday November 12, 2012 by Ali

Sponsored

I am so glad my dating days are behind me.  Especially first dates!  Sure, they can be fun and exciting with all of the newness and anticipation, but they are also extremely nerve-wracking. Aside from the whole chemistry/compatibility question, there is the scariness of The First Kiss. 

Hollywood tells us that this moment is perfectly romantic (or sweetly awkward in the...

My Battle for a Better Nose (and why I'm on round 3)

Tuesday October 9, 2012


Third time's the charm, right?  I'm counting on that.

Plastic surgery isn't something I've ever really approved of because I've heard too many horror stories.  Generally, unless you have a horn growing out of your forehead or a nose that doubles your facial square footage, I think you should leave well enough alone.  And yet, here I am, about to embark on round 3...

7 Back To School Study Tips

Tuesday September 4, 2012 by Claire

Heading back to school or university? After the initial excitement of seeing old pals, buying glossy new supplies, and blowing the budget on completely unnecessary locker door decor, we know the reality of student life will settle in with a thud--Timetables. Deadlines. Budgets.

Most students just muddle through and make do, but there are simple ways you can make your Back to School reality check a...

New Product Review Club Offer: Crest® 3D White Whitestrips Intensive Professional Effects

Monday August 13, 2012 by ChickAdvisor Team

Sponsored

Summer fashion is all about colour, colour, colour!  Whether it's saturated hues or creamy pale shades, we love them all.  In fact, there’s only one part of our wardrobe and beauty routines where we shun colour, and that’s on our teeth.

It should come as no surprise that a whopping 90% of Canadians consider their smile to be an essential part of their overall appearance...

Mommy Memoirs: 5 Lies I Told Myself Before Becoming a Parent

Monday August 13, 2012 by Claire

Sponsored
 
I’m from the Midwest originally, so it wasn’t that unusual to the locals when I married relatively young and started a family fairly soon afterward.  It was a bit of a surprise to my uber cool friends who lived in Toronto, put their noses in the air, and cited lofty goals like Getting Financially Stable or Enjoying My Carefree Adult Years as reasons for delaying marriage...

Building Confidence for Bedwetters

Monday August 6, 2012 by Sandy Caetano

Sponsored

Being a child who wets their bed is no fun. It’s definitely not something he or she wants to share with anyone, especially not their friends.

Bedwetting, also known as enuresis, is a very common problem that many kids over the age of 4 must cope with. Even at such a young age something like this can really bring a child down; keeping them from wanting to go to sleepovers at friends’...

Fact or Fiction? 5 Truths about Nighttime Bedwetting Every Mom Should Know

Monday July 30, 2012 by Claire

Sponsored

When I was a little girl, playing make-believe mommy consisted of toting around a life-sized doll who made wee-wee in her overpriced diapers and cried in a garbled mechanical squeal for her pacifier (until my Dad removed the batteries and claimed that every store in the city was sold out of double AAs. Forever.)  Later, it was taking Crystal Barbie to sleepovers and trying on my...

5 Mom-Friendly Tips To Help Your Child Overcome Bedwetting

Monday July 23, 2012 by Sandy Caetano

Sponsored

At last you’ve made it through the challenges of potty training, happily tossing out plastic sheets and giving away the last of your diaper stockpile.  Your child is home free, isn’t he? 

For up to 20% of 5 to 10 year-olds, there is another hurdle to clear: nighttime bedwetting.  While the causes are many and can vary even from sibling to sibling, the result is the...

Join Our Newsletter

Stay in the loop for the latest news, contests, deals and more!


Previous Articles


Recent Activity