4 Important Women’s Health Facts

This post is sponsored by Bayer. To make sure these products are right for you, always read and follow the label. As a nurse who worked in the gynaecology service of our regional hospital, and as a woman, I cannot overemphasize the importance of women’s healthcare.  Women wear so many different hats (wife, mom, sister, daughter, coworker) and the reality is, we are constantly faced with new pressures and responsibilities. We are so busy juggling our various hats that we often put our own … [Read more...]

Healthy Living ~ International Women’s Day ~

See part 1 of series - IntroductionSee part 2 of series - QuizSee part 3 of the series -  Celebrate … [Read more...]

Celebrate International Women’s Day

See part 1 of series - IntroductionSee part 2 of series - Quiz  Celebrate In 1977, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution calling on member states to proclaim a day for women's rights and international peace. Following the United Nations' lead, Canada chose March 8 as International Women's Day. Each year at this time, Canadians celebrate progress toward equality for women and their full participation, reflect on the challenges and barriers that remain, and consider future … [Read more...]

Today is International Women’s Day

{Click here to view yesterdays introduction post} Did you know? There's a lot to know about Canada's rural, remote and Northern communities and the women who live in them. Take this quiz to learn some interesting facts. … [Read more...]

Healthy Living – March 8th is International Women’s Day

Women across Canada are as diverse as the communities they live in.  This year's theme for International Women's Day and International Women's Week celebrates women's roles in the economic prosperity of rural, remote and Northern regions. … [Read more...]

Healthy Living – Make Death Wait

 February is Heart Month! Your gift of just a few hours helps us all get more time Heart disease and stroke take 1 in 3 Canadians before their time and it is the #1 killer of women. By volunteering in your neighbourhood for Heart Month this February, you can help change these alarming statistics. … [Read more...]