Weight discrimination, like teasing, is common among youth and linked to eating disorders and depression. Youth’s health and well-being would be best supported by not focusing on their weight.
Eating high-nutrient foods and planning our meals are just a couple of ways you can look after your health this month.
Does it really matter that Indigenous people and other racialized people experience microaggressions? The short answer: Yes.
Research shows that the gaps in physical exercise have widened substantially between men and women, whites and non-whites, rich and poor and educated and less educated: especially during the pandemic.
Our research shows that engaging in one of these social activities regularly may have some effect on preventing chronic conditions.
There are plenty of ways to keep your mind and body active and healthy during the outbreak.
Depression, an altered sleep cycle, and hallucinations are some of the effects of living alone in total darkness.
Research shows that virtue in all areas of life contributes to good physical, emotional, mental and interpersonal health. It is, in fact, good for you to be good.
Pet owners will often swear their beloved pooch or moggie does wonders for their wellbeing, and now we have empirical proof.
Fitbits and other trackers are just the latest iteration of the fitness industry’s relationship with technology.
From ‘power poses’ to yoga poses, varying claims have been made about their effects on our health and happiness. But why do they work at all?
Regular physical activity energises you to perform daily chores, deal with stress better and improves your quality of sleep.
It’s time we saw past the mental illness in people living with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder to check their physical health too. Here’s why.