Ryerson University may return to fully in-person learning soon, but some students are concerned whether they will fall behind if they were to get sick.
Young adults move away from their hectic schedules and find themselves immersed in the joy of relaxing over the winter holidays.
People recount their first impressions of the coronavirus and how their views changed over the year.
Maureen Taylor was a leading health journalist during the SARS pandemic. Now, in the era of COVID-19, she’s working on a different front line as a Physician’s Assistant in Infectious Diseases at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto.
NUTMEG is a free soccer program that caters towards underserved, low-income youth. The group focuses on serving the Alexandra Park community, but welcomes any youth who want to join.
The thirrd annual Veg Holiday Market took over Artscape Wychwood Barns on Sunday withy vegan foods, drinks, and gifts
It’s 4 a.m. and yoga enthusiast Dmytro Isaiev is getting ready for the day on the rooftop of a Toronto condo.
The FDA ruled to ban trans fat in 2017 and the ban took effect last Monday, September 15. Many popular foods will be affected.
Upon her introduction to the A4 challenge, also known as the Paper Thin challenge, Andrea Miller, a GTA-based registered dietitian called the activity that has gone viral on social media “crazy.” To win, an A4 sized piece of printing paper must completely conceal a person’s waist when held up against it.
Being a feline lover can reap healthy benefits, according to study by the Fauna Communications Research Institute.
According to the findings, purr vibrations range between 20 to 140 hertz, which can help fight against a variety of illnesses.