Should the church have a place in our bedrooms?

From the pulpit, on billboards and in a 'Catholic Kama Sutra,' the church is increasingly getting into bed with parishioners, Zosia Bielski writes. But does it belong there?

Experts take questions on losing weight

Ask a dietitian

Leslie Beck takes your health and nutrition questions

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Life on the scale

Last July, Juliann Sliwa walked into the Wharton Medical Clinic, weighing 481 pounds. Her goals: To cross her legs. To tie her shoes. To dance. To live past 47. Reporter Hayley Mick and photographer Kevin Van Paassen document a year of struggle

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Lightening blindness's burden

With only a handful of doctors trained in low-vision rehabilitation, many Canadians go without advanced visuals aids that could lessen the burden of their disability

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Teen girls are swapping sex for ... just about anything

She really began to believe that being a sexual object was her identity. She became divorced from her body. Anything she could do to get attention made her feel good and powerful, even if she didn't know the guys' names.

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Locavores, beware

Conscientious foodies have put a premium on foraged goodies such as fiddleheads and wild leeks - but popularity can come at a cost

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Plan for a good death - talk about your wishes

We're not very good at dying

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My father's not-so-secret obsession

My mother penned a note saying she'd leave him if he bought any more cars. She didn't mention car parts

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Roughing it? Hardly

Tents with Wi-Fi? Yurts and wine tastings? Call it recession luxe. Resorts, campgrounds and luxury 'camps' are bringing creature comforts to the great outdoors

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Psst – free child care

Thrifty parents are swapping babysitting or joining sitter co-ops to avoid the $10-an-hour cost of the local teenager's services

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Look out 'cause this stuff is TOXIC!

Beware the rubber duck: According to a new book, our bodies are soaking in harmful chemicals that leach out of household items

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New Zealand wine comes closer to France than you might think

Credit mostly goes to the remote country's maritime climate, sort of a cross between Bordeaux and the cool Loire Valley

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Didgeridoo inspires sleep apnea workout

Playing the Australian aboriginal wind instrument seems to help those affected

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Canadian Wagyu beef burger

Warm weather brings cravings for a good barbecued burger - and you can't do any better than Canadian Wagyu beef