Physical Health

As learners dive deep into medical literature, faculty members impart their knowledge and diligent staff ensure our institution's smooth functioning, a foundation of robust physical health is paramount. In the art and science of medicine, the well-being of our bodies is as pivotal as the knowledge we acquire and impart.

Laying the Foundation of a Healthful Legacy

As torchbearers of health and medicine, ensuring our own physical well-being is important. With informed choices, preventive care and a collective commitment, we can champion the highest standards of health.

Our Mission

To create a comprehensive platform emphasizing the nuances of physical health, blending expert advice, preventive strategies and hands-on resources tailored for our diverse medical community.

Being Active

Eating Well

According to Canada’s Food Guide, eating well is more than the foods you eat. It is also about where, when, why and how you eat. Here are some tips:

Be mindful of your eating habits

  • Take time to eat
  • Notice when you get hungry and when you are full

Cook more often

Enjoy your food

Eat meals with others

Make it a habit to eat a variety of healthy foods each day

Limit highly processed foods. If you choose these foods, eat them less often and in small amounts.

  • Prepare meals and snacks using ingredients that have little to no added sodium, sugars or saturated fat
  • Choose healthier menu options when eating out

Make water your drink of choice

  • Replace sugary drinks with water

Sleeping Well