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Mosquito 101 — The bug biology you need to survive this season
‘Tis the season to be slappin’ — unless you get skeeter savvy with this advice from an entomologist
If you shy away from relationships, there's a chance you're also addicted to your phone, say these scientists
Are you dating your phone?
Men's formal footwear you know you need this summer
Because it’s wedding season, prom season, your boss is taking you to a gala season…
There isn't only one type of intelligence. Here's how to cultivate every kind of smart.
Canada’s Smartest Kid might be at your breakfast table.
Adopting these five healthy habits can add decades to your life — even if you pick them up after 50
A new study that might have you turning over a new leaf in (later) life.
Want the immune system of a 20-year-old when you're 80? WORK. OUT. MORE.
Yes, science reminds us, you really should be doing more exercise, forever...
Time to move? Finland is the world's happiest country based on the annual World Happiness Report
Don't worry Canada, you still made the top ten.
Want better mental health? Make sure you're sleeping in a pitch black vault
Even a little light at night can up depressive symptoms.
How to improve your luck — according to science
Four serendipitous tips to keep you in good fortune.
Why moms who co-sleep with their babies past 6 months might feel more depressed than solo sleepers
Sleep health starts early and touches every family member tucked in.
We talked to the Egyptian-Canadian tackling gender norms, male body issues and eating disorders on Instagram
A+ for parody and positivity from from social star, Mina Gerges
Science says busting a move boosts brain health in addition to burning cals
Whether or not you think you can dance, hit the floor already. Your mind will thank you.
5 science-backed reasons you should be brushing your dog's teeth
The case for diving into doggy breath — plus tips for caring for your canine's canines.
Salary sweet spot: New study claims that this specific amount of money actually can buy happiness
The catch is our "grass is always greener" mentality has got to go, tho...
A pioneer brain-boosting implant might never have us asking again: "What's that thing called??"
Like a pacemaker for your memory — and the implications for degenerative brain diseases may be massive.