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CTV Vancouver: New spray means never showering

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Why 'Canada's Titanic' is finally getting its due

MONTREAL -- Clinging to the side of a doomed ocean liner, Leonard Delamont wrapped his lifebelt around his mother, kissed her goodbye and jumped into …

CTV Vancouver: Kelowna couple fight for freedom

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Consumer Alert: Dangerous airbags?

A driver says the airbags in her car were deployed for no reason as she was driving on Highway 401. Pat Foran reports.

Melanoma among cancers still on the rise: report

With fewer Canadians taking care to wear sunscreen to protect themselves from the sun's dangerous UV rays, the Canadian Cancer Society says it …

How to check your skin for signs of cancer

A new report from the Canadian Cancer Society finds that the incidence rate of melanoma – the deadliest form of skin cancer—is rising for both men …

How cuddling may be key to a better sex life

A Canadian study has found that cuddling may be the way to achieve both a better sex life and a closer relationship.<p>Cuddling, caressing and kissing …

Extended: Huge explosion on Japan oil tanker

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Study links statins to higher diabetes risk

Patients who take strong cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins may be at greater risk of developing diabetes, a Canadian study has found.<p>Stroke …

What's next for vaccines? 'One of the best investments,' experts tell summit

Fewer than five per cent of children around the world have received the 11 vaccines that the World Health Organization deems vital, experts say, and …

When you’re booking a trip, you’re looking for more than a hotel room. It’s about being where the locals are in the heart of the action. Gibbons Life …

Super, Neighbours in BC: Feast Tofino 2014 - Part Two: Where To Stay?!

Welcome to the latest series of <i>Super, Neighbours</i> blog posts where we highlight incredible travel destinations in British Columbia!<b>Feast Tofino</b> was …

The Cure

You drive her everywhere, buy her dinner and drinks, and tell her your innermost feelings. She also tells you her feelings…yeah, about the other guy …

Learning to Love the Olive Oil Crisis

<b>Word on the street is that this year's Spanish olive harvest</b> is a bust, which isn't just bad news for the Barcelona tapas bars you'll never go to: Spain is the world's largest olive oil producer, and America is the world's third largest olive oil consumer, so you do the math. Combined with droughts …

How Chocolate Became a Health Food (Sort Of)

Last week, the internet lit up with news of a new study linking flavanols from raw cacao beans to improved cognition in the elderly. It's just the latest in an ever-widening body (sorry) of scientific research touting the health benefits of chocolate. In a crappy mood? Try chocolate. Abysmal at …

Why Are Honeycrisp Apples So Damn Expensive?

<b>I would argue that the first time</b> you find yourself grumbling about <i>prices these days</i> marks a rite of passage on par with the shedding of baby teeth, tasting your first legal beer, or buying your first home. It tends to happen over something really trivial, like postage stamps, or a vending machine …

Bananas, Fruit of the Gods

<b>For 20 long years,</b> 38-year-old mother of two Lisa Poyner had suffered from "debilitating migraines," the <i>Daily Mail</i> reports. Her attacks would leave her bedridden and out of commission. "I had been prescribed all kinds of medication before, but nothing ever worked," she said. "My head feels as …

Juice Cleansing for Men: A Guide

<b>We know the perception</b> of the Esquire staff is steak-gobbling he-men, but if you look in our fridge, you will see bottles and growlers of low-calorie, vitamin-rich juice. It's true: Esquire cleanses. Openly.<p>LizzyJaysJuice founder Casey Sabol claims juicing's ease of digestion allows maximum vitamin …

9 Canned Foods That Are Actually Worth Buying

<b>I've eaten my fair share</b> of soup out of a can, mostly consumed in my college years because I decided to be smart and spend the most virile part of my semi-adult life studying in snowy, freezing, lake-affected Upstate New York. Though I no longer live on a college-kid budget, I still consume plenty …

New Orleans Crabmeat Bon Bons for the Big Game

<b>Super Bowl Sunday</b> is a near-religious, magical 24-hour period in which three things take sole focus of your brain: football, commercials, and snacks. Right? Right. That said, we felt terrible that in the midst of our Super Bowl Snack Showdown, New Orleans, the host of the big game, could not …

Step Up Your Cooking With Harvard's Help

<b>File this one under</b> your "Reasons We Wish We Had Gone to Harvard" list. It has recently come to our attention that the storied university's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and holds a lecture series in the fall on food and cooking — not just the rote preparation or the recipes — but the …

Food

The Secret to Slow-Poaching the Perfect Egg: Seven Degrees of Separation

<b>How do you like your eggs?</b> Perhaps one of the most-frequently asked questions when it comes to food, whether you're out to brunch or cooking at home, especially if it's the morning after. Scrambled? Sunny-side up? Over easy? How about slow poached to precisely 63 degrees? That's how Chef Lonnie …

How to Open Stuck Jars: The Only Guide You Need

<i>Welcome to Eat Like a Man's 2012 Holiday Survival Guide, wherein we tackle some of the season's thorniest issues in food and drink to help you make it to January in one piece.</i><p><b>Generally speaking, public feats of strength</b> have fallen out of fashion in modern America. Pistols at dawn, bare-knuckle …

7 Reasons to Spend Your Holidays in Paris

The City of Lights now has as much seasonal charm as London or New York. Here's how to enjoy it.<p>The City of Lights now has as much seasonal charm as London or New York. Here's how to enjoy it.

Homemade Gluten-Free Peanut Sauce

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: With her recipe for nutritious, from-scratch peanut sauce, Phoebe Lapine from Feed Me Phoebe</i> <i></i><i>might single-handedly shut down the Chinese take-out</i> …

How to Make Your Own Nutella

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week at Food52, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: Unsatisfied with store-bought Nutella, Carey Nershi of Reclaiming Provinicial is making a version that's a bit less sweet, a bit more</i> …

How to Make Sweet Potato Caramel

<i>Bon Appetit</i><p>When Brad Leone, our test kitchen assistant, told us that his thick homemade caramel sauce had only one ingredient, we didn't believe him. Because, of course, he was LYING. It has two ingredients: water (which, fine, Brad, we suppose that doesn't really count) and sweet potatoes.<p>Yep, you …

Kale Pesto

This wintry version of pesto is robust, but just as luxurious as the classic basil sauce. Indeed, kale lends itself marvelously to making pesto! And the sauce is quick to make -- all that's needed is to blanch the hardy leaves for a few minutes before making the sauce... and voila!<p>But it did take …