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Women Economic Forum comes to Vancouver with VISAFF

Women Economic Forum comes to Vancouver with VISAFF

The main theme for WEF 17 is “Creating, Innovating, Understanding and Driving the Future.”

Women Economic Forum comes to Vancouver with VISAFF

Canada's First HIV-Positive Restaurant Opens In Toronto To Counter Stigmas

Canada's First HIV-Positive Restaurant Opens In Toronto To Counter Stigmas

Today, living and working in Toronto, Mikiki says similar conversations happen frequently about HIV.

Canada's First HIV-Positive Restaurant Opens In Toronto To Counter Stigmas

FlyOver Canada Inspired Flight Ride Opening in Iceland

FlyOver Canada Inspired Flight Ride Opening in Iceland

FlyOver Iceland will provide guests with an exhilarating virtual flight experience over the awe-inspiring country of Iceland.

FlyOver Canada Inspired Flight Ride Opening in Iceland

Is It Normal For 8-Year-Olds Having Protein Shakes, 10-Year-Olds Lifting Weights

Is It Normal For 8-Year-Olds Having Protein Shakes, 10-Year-Olds Lifting Weights
What age, you think, is best for children to start exercising? Like lifting weights and consuming protein shakes? Before you aver that even David Beckham’s 12-year-old son Cruz goes to the gym, we say it’s not about exceptional kids. 

Is It Normal For 8-Year-Olds Having Protein Shakes, 10-Year-Olds Lifting Weights

Ditch The Quinoa And Kale. To Boost Health, Eat Like Your Ancestors Did

Ditch The Quinoa And Kale. To Boost Health, Eat Like Your Ancestors Did
Malnutrition problems can be traced to poor-quality diets lacking in diversity, a recent phenomenon in evolutionary history. To eat healthy, turn to desi food.

Ditch The Quinoa And Kale. To Boost Health, Eat Like Your Ancestors Did

Why Eating Whole Grains May Be More Healthy

Why Eating Whole Grains May Be More Healthy

Regularly consuming whole grain foods such as barley, brown rice, millet, oatmeal and rye may help lose weight as well as decrease the risk of heart disease and diabetes, a study has claimed.

Why Eating Whole Grains May Be More Healthy