Reducing Smartphone Stress

Article By: Kim England If you are like most, at one time or another you have felt the drain of being constantly plugged in. Many of us have our smartphones glued to our hands. Scrolling through social media, checking emails or browsing the web seem harmless enough but doing these activities several times throughout the […] Read More

Emotional Triggers: Navigating the Holiday Minefield

Written By: Alana Karran The holiday season, with its joyous persona, has a dark side for many. It is riddled with expectations, family stress and emotional triggers. “Holidays can be a time when the things that trigger depression–grief, disputes, transitions–are in abundance,” Reports Dr. Myrna Weissman, professor of epidemiology and psychiatry at Columbia University College […] Read More

Making The Birthing Process As Safe As Can Be

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada provide support for a distinguished educator to visit a Royal College-accredited simulation centre in Canada each year via the John. G. Wade Visiting Professorship in Patient Safety and Simulation-Based Medical Education. This spring, the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning (SCSIL) was privileged to welcome visiting […] Read More

Better Money Management for Better Health: Building Your Emergency Savings Account

Written By Alana Karran One of the most important aspects of financial health is creating and maintaining personal savings. An emergency fund is designed to help you maintain a normal life when something unexpected happens, like losing your job, auto repairs, or a sudden health issue. According to financial experts, the emergency fund should cover […] Read More