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Feeling gratitude and expressing appreciation have a positive impact on your physical and mental health because these emotions and attitudes lower stress, foster strong social connections, and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Studies show thankfulness strengthens and heals the heart, increases empathy, and eases depression. A grateful disposition also bolsters immunity, improves sleep, and promotes healthy habits.
Older adults who do volunteer work to help others, such as mentoring children in need, aiding refugees or addressing climate change enjoy better health and find meaning and purpose in daily life. Doing good through formal or informal volunteering lifts mood, protects the heart, preserves memory, and reduces dementia risk. Volunteering also helps to ease stress, anxiety, and chronic pain, reduce disability risk, and add years to life.
A healthy human gut environment, which contains many different types of good bacteria, contributes to better overall health and longer life. Regular exercise, an active social life, and a nutritious diet rich in fibre, probiotics and prebiotics can improve and restore gut health. Better gut health can help to lift mood, sharpen your mind, and boost immunity.
People who get optimal sleep of seven or eight hours a night improve their cognitive skills, particularly reasoning and verbal abilities, c ...
One in four Canadians develop irreversible vision loss by age 75, reports the National Coalition for Vision Health. However, older adults c ...
While many people subscribe to the notion of performing random acts of kindness, there’s actually an official World Kindness Day, celebrated ...
World Diabetes Day is held on November 14, the birthday of Canadian physician Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin along with C ...
The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging reports that people are living much longer. The goal of this national research project—involving m ...
September is World Alzheimer’s Month. Alzheimer’s Disease International’s annual campaign raises awareness and challenges the stigma that s ...
Can living in a retirement residence improve your health? It turns out a number of the reasons seniors choose to move into a retirement comm ...
It was easy when we were little—when “Do you want to be my friend?” often counted as an acceptable first introduction. Then school and work ...
Men’s Health Week is celebrated in Canada and internationally from June 11-17. A key goal is to raise awareness about men’s health risks an ...

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