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People who feel and see themselves as younger than their chronological age tend to experience better health and longevity. A positive view of aging bolsters brain and heart health, builds psychological resilience and preserves hearing. A youthful outlook is also associated with lower depression and hospitalization risks, fewer aches and pains, and less frailty.
Did you know that 45% of Canadians over the age of 20 have at least one risk factor for heart disease? These factors include stress, a sedentary lifestyle, tobacco use and a poor diet. Therefore, what kind of food should we eat to help prevent heart conditions?
Preventive lifestyle measures always help to keep your heart healthy.
Congestive heart failure is one of the most common and serious forms of heart disease affecting older Canadians, and a leading cause of hospitalization.
Research studies show that emotional vitality nourishes and helps restore physical health throughout life.
February is Heart Month in Canada. As people get older, the risk of heart disease increases and about two-thirds of Canadians living with i ...
Optimism about life and a positive view of aging are both very good for your health. A positive attitude and resilience to overcome adversit ...
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 ...
Activities such as mindfulness meditation, tai chi and yoga can offer older adults a wide range of physical, emotional and cognitive benefit ...
Older adults are more likely to stick with fitness activities if they exercise with people their own age, according to a 2018 University of ...
Gardening is an activity that many older adults enjoy through the warm spring and summer months. It’s relaxing, engrossing and gratifying to ...
International Self-Care Day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of self-care and its role in leading a healthy life. ...

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