Did you know that a woman spends 30% of her life in menopause and that a third to a half of all women alive today in Canada are in menopause or peri-menopause?
Celiac disease is an auto-immune digestive disorder, in which the body responds in a harmful way to gluten.
On occasion, people with diabetes are required to fast. This may be in preparation for a test or for religious reasons.
For most Canadians, driving is an essential part of daily living, in both their personal and professional lives. People with diabetes don’t have to give up driving, but there are some things you should think about before you get behind the wheel.
No one likes to be in hospital, but the reality is that people living with diabetes are more likely to have a hospital stay. At any given time on a hospital medical ward, about 25% of the people there have diabetes.
With an ongoing stretch of hot summer days, it’s important for everyone to ensure that they consume plenty of fluids to stay hydrated.