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Leverne and Mary Scott are long-time members of my congregation at Siloam United Church in London, Ont. I buried one of their children two years ago. They were heartbroken. Like most parents, they never expected to survive any of their…

Like fashion, fitness fads come and go. The fitness fads of yesteryear weren't all bad. In fact, even some of the most ludicrous workout trends survive today in some shape or form. Here, how seven decades of fitness fads have…

About a decade ago, scientists introduced the world to a new concept so potentially exciting that it made genome mapping suddenly seem like yesterday’s news. This time, the reports were of the human microbiome, the trillions of diverse bacteria that...Read…

Elizabeth Wettlaufer murdered eight seniors in Ontario nursing homes over a period of nine years. Following the public inquiry, Alex Roslin explores how budget cuts, poor staffing and ageism in the long-term care system created an environment for the...Read MoreThe…

“I have around $5,000 to invest and I would expect to get at least seven per cent annual return on it. Where and what can I invest in?” –HH I have received questions like this so often over the years…

Keeping our wits about us as we navigate the peaks, and valleys, along this journey of...Read MoreThe post This Way Up: January 2019 first appeared on Everything Zoomer

Can a single dish inspire wanderlust? This culinary journey through Cuba shows its cuisine has come of age. The wispy, crispy tendrils of shredded meat were flash-fried, adorned with grilled onions and tasted of lime and garlic. It was beefy,…

As an aging emperor prepares to step down, we look at what the monarchy means to Japan and its society of elders over which he reigns. It enthrals as much as it confounds: Japan’s mega-troprolis. On the you-got-me part of…

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