According to the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, substance use cost the Province $4.8 billion dollars in 2014. The number one substance abused was alcohol, and it appears more women than ever are dying from alcohol related causes.
A recent survey from Dalhousie University shows the majority of Canadians are looking to reduce the amount of meat they eat. On todays to your health, Catherine Hansen looks at how cutting back on animal protein can help not only your health, but the environment and your wallet as well.
It's a simple, painless quick exam that can screen your mouth for oral cancer. One local dentist's office has been using it for years, providing their patients with an extra stage of prevention. More on the Velscope in Todays To Your Health.
As the trick or treating is set to begin, those in the dental community are warning about the effects of sugar on teeth. One local dentist is even offering to buy back treats the day after Halloween. Catherine Hansen has more on today’s To Your Health.
As Halloween approaches, many of us are preparing jack o lanterns to welcome trick or treaters. But as Catherine Hansen tells us on today's to your health, when it comes to pumpkins, it’s what’s inside that counts.
They are advertised as a quick and easy way to make dinner for your family. A box full of fresh pre-portioned and pre-cut ingredients delivered straight to your door. Catherine Hansen takes a look the pros and the cons of meal delivery boxes.