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Busting bladder leak myths

Adult incontinence among women is common and affects one in three women between 18 and 75. We can be squeamish and embarrassed about bodily functions, and so the topic can be difficult to discuss openly, which means many myths abound. But being shy about bladder leaks can negatively affect us: 15 per cent of women who experience urinary incontinence say it affects their work or daily activities moderately or a lot, and six in 10 feel like they're living with a secret.

6 simple sun-safety quick tips

After months of dark, dreary days it's finally time for some fun in the sun – and for many of us this could begin with a refresher on how to keep ourselves and our families sun-safe.

How to stay connected during emergencies

Being able to communicate with family, friends and first responders during any dangerous event is critical. However, the everyday communication devices that we have come to rely on may not work at such a time.

Go camping, here's why

If you're planning a family camping trip soon, you're part of the 62% of Canadians who may have already started their summer adventures.

Host the most Canadian Canada Day barbecue ever, Eh

If there's one day we love to boldly display our national pride, it's Canada Day. Combining glorious weather, delicious food and entertaining company, this holiday is one of our country's favourites. But do you find that yourself attending (or hosting) the same celebration year after year? This July, why not throw a party that stands out from other years with the following tips: