Safer spaces are gaining popularity at festivals and nightlife events. The notion of a safer space varies with the circumstances.
The University of Winnipeg’s Wesmen women’s soccer team hopes to become stronger and make the playoffs this year.
Dr. Fabrizio Di Muro, an associate professor at the University of Winnipeg weighs in on the way that fads among social connectedness among product users.
Though spas have historically been looked upon as places where women are pampered, men are now also reaping their health benefits.
Manitoba's first student-led mental health conference will begin on March 10 at 6 p.m.
Winnipeg is getting a glance at what a food policy council will look like for the city.
The Kinsmen Sherbrook Pool and Rady JCC Fitness Centre’s pool are taking a look at the importance of community pools and how to make them a more accessible resource for community members.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, romantic love takes centre stage. However, self-love is just as important, especially when it comes to relationships with food.
With easier access to information about health and wellness online, plant-based medicine is becoming more popular. Consumers who may have been curious about the benefits of plants can now find research, local greenhouses and helpful people to guide them in their search.
Blue Monday, the alleged saddest day of the year (which falls on Jan 16, 2017), is looming. How can Winnipeggers give the cold shoulder to the chilly weather?
Though the beginning of a new year can be a healthy check-in point, committing to stick to a resolution for 365 days can be overwhelming. That’s why some people take a different approach to New Year’s resolutions.
Men come together to combat mental health issues
Will society collapse if people go barefoot in public? Probably.
Despite its silly reputation, masturbation is an important part of sexual health.
Manitobans currently spend between $300 and $500 million on marijuana annually, and that number is growing. Your across-the-hall neighbour or pizza guy with his baggy of shake may contribute to that total, but recreational marijuana is only a small piece of the puzzle.
About 25 per cent of Canadians living with HIV do not know they are positive, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada.
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