InspireHealth member, Margaret Cowan took the time to share her own personal story about how InspireHealth helped her and she also shares a wonderful video presentation she made on the value of social connections.
One of our amazing members, Kelly Quinlan took the time to share her own personal story about how she used her time during chemotherapy to do a special project to help her recapture a childhood dream and inspire others.
There are a number of ways we can utilize more of our vegetables to help us to save money and decrease food waste.
We would like to announce our Pay it Forward campaign whose purpose is to enhance the services offered by InspireHealth to all Canadians living with cancer and their support people. Included in this post is a special story from one of our members in Victoria.
This month, Angela Wright, Lead Nutritionist at InspireHealth, discusses ways to reduce the toxins in some of your everyday personal care products.
How to make your own healthy and green friendly cleaning products and save money at the same time.
While we can’t eliminate all stressful events or circumstances from our experiences, we can make choices to reduce some of the events, and certainly to reduce the impact of stress on ourselves.
Pancakes are delicious but they are not always made with the healthiest of ingredients. So whether you are eating them on Shrove Tuesday or for Sunday brunch, here are some tips to make them healthier.
We all seem to innately know that our hearts hold the key to knowing whether we are exhilarated, happy, content or sad. Research now has proof that the heart indeed plays a role in generating our emotional experience, suggesting that the power of the heart is more than merely metaphorical.