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Protect yourself from mosquito bites while youíre travelling and relaxing outdoors this summer, urge Alberta Health Services officials.
The area is a sea of orange athletic vests. The little monkeys Ė also known as the horde of day-care children Ė climb, hang and swing from the various metal pieces on the new outdoor fitness equipment at Lions Park.
Nurses at the St. Albert and Sturgeon Primary Care Network are taking a new approach to how they treat mental health cases.
The organizer of a national peer support program for people who are facing bone and joint surgery wants to remind Albertans that the service is available for them too.
A traditional Japanese massage practice may help people living with chronic pain to fall and stay asleep, found a small pilot study by researchers at the University of Alberta.
Canadians may be exercising more but overweight and obesity rates havenít significantly changed since 2008, states recently released statistics by Health Canada.
People at risk of osteoporosis can catch a break with a new Alberta Health Servicesí prevention program.
Albertans will soon be able to register as an organ and tissue donor when they renew their driverís licence, announced the provincial government on Monday.
London Drugs will be holding a health technology demonstration next Tuesday for residents to learn more about health and fitness tracking devices and wireless health products.