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Staying connected to the office and your clients can boost your efficiency. But when technology enables work to encroach on your personal life, it's time to disconnect

Here’s one thing all financial advisors know: exercise is good for both the mind and the body. Unfortunately, many advisors don’t act on that knowledge. One reason why you might be reluctant to get up from your desk, says Michelle MacLean, a wellness coach and nutrition consultant in Halifax, is time. Busy professionals don’t feel […]

Chiropractic care has long been a popular form of natural health care that corrects misalignments in the spine. Although most patients visit chiropractors seeking relief from back pain, neck pain and headaches, a growing number of chiropractors say the services they offer can play a role in the treatment of a wide range of ailments, […]

Tai chi is an increasingly popular system of gentle exercises that’s credited with a host of health benefits. Barbara Taylor can attest to its power. She began practising tai chi 23 years ago at age 50, when she realized she was losing flexibility and was seeking relief from stress in both her personal life and […]

Canadians squander $31 billion worth of food every year. Food literacy - understanding how food is grown - along with a little creativity in the kitchen can help in reducing waste

Get the most from your vacation

Tie up loose ends beforehand and leave a go-to person in charge of your duties

RBC introduces mobile app for DS advisors

From yoga to diet to a good night’s sleep, these handy tools promote healthy living

Every season, it seems, one fruit or vegetable gets the “superfood” treatment, gracing headlines and topping the grocery lists of health-conscious foodies. Last year, the favoured foods were beans and lentils. Next in line is protein-packed insects as an alternative to meat. There’s a whole spectrum of so-called superfoods, from the obscure (mealworms) to the […]

Advocates say the trend of reducing possessions, consumption and spending can be liberating. And you don’t have to give up everything

A few adjustments to your meal planning can lead to a more healthy diet