A new column about nutrition and healthy eating for the students among usContinue Reading
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Ryerson's strength and conditioning coach Mark Harris has advice for those whose New Year's resolutions is to lose weight by hitting the weights.Continue Reading
By guest blogger Erica Scime It all sounds great in theory: leafy greens, lightly grilled chicken, whole wheat this and low-fat that. With the rising popularity of healthy eating, fast food places have begun to market a myriad of“healthy” menu options. But most of the time, these “healthy” options can actually be detrimental to your [...]Continue Reading
Red Bull and similar products are risky pick-me-ups. Just last week Health Canada released a case study about an 18-year-old who had a seizure after consuming two cans of the energy drink on an empty stomach. But are there any healthier alternatives?Continue Reading
It all starts with one person. Someone shows up in your classroom or your office (or your newsroom) with a mild case of the sniffles. You and your peers offer some sympathy, but barely take notice. But soon his or her sniffles turn into a full blown cold, complete with runny nose and impromptu sneezes. Before you know it, everyone else is sick to. I’ve seen this happen too many times to count, but this year, I won’t let myself get caught in this cycle, and neither should you. Here are a few rude tips that will help you ward of cold and flu for as long as possible.Continue Reading