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Retirement communities offer built-in social opportunities to enjoy group outdoor activities safely, socialize when you eat, chat with friends next door or down the hall even if from a distance, and be supported by peers and staff.
Monitoring and controlling your blood pressure is especially important to safeguard your health during the pandemic because changes in activity, diet or stress could raise blood pressure levels without you knowing.
Public Health experts strongly advise that you accept the first COVID-19 vaccine that comes available and caution against the risks associated with waiting for a particular vaccine.
Eat five daily servings of vegetables and fruit that promote health and longevity.
Being proactive about preventing and detecting cancer early when it is most treatable is especially important during the pandemic as screening levels have declined.
The latest research shows with aging the brain thrives and continues to make new connections through diverse social, cognitive and physical activities.
Spring is the season of hope, transformation and renewal in cultures around the world.
Throughout history, people have found joy in hard times. But you may need to adjust your mindset and be proactive to create more joyous moments amid the pandemic challenges.
Preventive lifestyle measures always help to keep your heart healthy.
Practicing kindness and patience can help individuals and communities cope better with pandemic challenges and overcome pandemic fatigue.
It’s the start of a new year, and for so many reasons, we’re all looking forward to 2021 with a sense of hope and positive change
The good news is Canadians began receiving the first two approved COVID-19 vaccines in December.

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