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Practicing kindness and patience can help individuals and communities cope better with pandemic challenges and overcome pandemic fatigue.

Although it's back-to-school time for school-aged children, in pre-pandemic times, some seniors may have also been signing up for lifelong learning programs through community centres, universities and colleges.

Older adults who eat a variety of healthy, nutrient-dense superfoods promote better brain, heart, and muscle health
Canadians have quickly become familiar with “physical distancing” as we continue to adjust to the new normal of COVID-19 prevention and control.
Belonging to a supportive, caring community has a positive impact on an older adult’s physical and mental health in good times and adversity.
More and more retirement residences are now pet-friendly, allowing seniors to move their furry or feathered friend in with them to their new home.
Research studies show that emotional vitality nourishes and helps restore physical health throughout life.
A hug, pat on the shoulder and other forms of physical touch offer many health benefits, especially for seniors, who often get touched less often.
Older adults are at greater risk of developing pneumonia and its potentially serious complications because their immune systems change with aging.
What is “active living,” and why is it so important to seniors? Many of us think of active living as the simple act of incorporating physical activity into our daily routines—a critical component of healthy aging—but it’s actually much more encompassing than that.
The risk of getting shingles increases with age and after 70, half of those with shingles develop chronic nerve pain.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is associated with better protection against heart disease, as well as better management of type 2 diabetes and other chronic conditions.

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