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Headaches affect about half of adults globally and preventive non-drug strategies can be effective in helping to relieve headache pain and improve quality of life. Low-impact exercise, meditation, and other relaxation techniques can prevent or ease headaches by reducing stress and unwinding tight muscles. Getting enough sleep, eating healthy meals, staying hydrated, and avoiding headache triggers can also help to prevent or reduce the frequency and intensity of headaches.
Seniors choose to move to a retirement residence for many different reasons—and all expect to enjoy a worry-free lifestyle with the freedom ...
June is Stroke Awareness Month in Canada. More than 400,000 Canadians are living with long-term disability from stroke and that figure is ...
Dehydration happens when your body loses too much fluid. Although dehydration can occur at any age, older adults have an increased chance of ...
Older adults have fewer headaches than younger adults – but they are still common in older adults. Headaches affect 64% of women and 53% of ...
The holiday season can be a wonderful time to gather with family and friends, but it can also be a busy and sometimes stressful time. Here a ...
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder that affects up to one in four Canadian adults , according to the Canadian Agency for Drug ...
More than 30% of Canadians 75 and older are affected by chronic pain that lasts for more than three months, according to Statistics Canada. ...
A few months ago, we gave three reasons why older is better , including research that showed seniors are happier than their younger selves. ...
Summer is a time for fun, relaxation and enjoying walking, gardening or other outdoor activities. But for older adults, who are especially s ...
June is  Stroke Awareness Month  across Canada. Stroke is the  leading cause of adult disability  in this country and the third leading caus ...
Seniors caring for a spouse with dementia may face unique challenges as they adapt to the demands of caregiving while also experiencing chan ...

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