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Older adults show greater resilience in coping with pandemic isolation than young people, but are still experiencing increased levels of depression. Spring offers fresh opportunities to tap into that resilience and prevent or ease depression by getting a healthy dose of nature and doing group outdoor activities in your community. You can also brighten your mood by planting a spring garden and practicing tai chi in the fresh air.
January is the perfect time to transform the winter blues into a warm kaleidoscope of brighter thoughts, feelings, and activities. Here are seven ways to greet the new year with positivity and a lighthearted attitude.
Fall is the perfect season to spend as much time outside as possible before winter’s blast drives us back to a comfy chair.
Chronic stress experienced by many people during the pandemic can accelerate biological aging and interfere with the body’s natural healing processes. The good news is healthy habits such as regular exercise, spending time in nature and practicing mindfulness can ease stress and help slow or reverse its effects on aging. Good nutrition, being in touch with your emotions, connecting socially and laughing can also help lower pandemic-induced stress.
It would be hard to imagine a life without music. It has the power to change how we feel on so many levels. Here are five reasons why listening to music can do a mind, body and soul good
We all need to see the light. Sunlight—and the vitamin D we receive from it—is important to our health and wellbeing. In fact, science has long made the connection between bone health and vitamin D.
Research studies show kindness and self-compassion can help ease stress, promote healthy eating and exercise, improve diabetes self-care, build resilience and restore sleep quality.
jigsaw puzzles are the new sought-after item coveted by Canadians—including seniors—looking to find ways to cope during months of staying home.
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.
We know we need to practice good physical self-care, but as we continue to hunker in the months ahead, how do we get through this second wave with our mental and emotional health intact?
 Here are eight activities to get you into an autumn frame of mind (and body)

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