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Monitoring and controlling your blood pressure is especially important to safeguard your health during the pandemic because changes in activity, diet or stress could raise blood pressure levels without you knowing.
Bird watching has always been popular, with seniors in particular enjoying a pastime that can be done from a window, garden, city sidewalk or forest trail
Public Health experts strongly advise that you accept the first COVID-19 vaccine that comes available and caution against the risks associated with waiting for a particular vaccine.
Eat five daily servings of vegetables and fruit that promote health and longevity.
I like to think of life like a book with many chapters. When we are younger, we are often eager for the next chapter of our life.
Recent decades have shown that your home is one of your most profitable investments.
Being proactive about preventing and detecting cancer early when it is most treatable is especially important during the pandemic as screening levels have declined.
The vaccine roll-out against COVID-19 is one big reason. The sun, warmer temperatures and returning to a beloved hobby—gardening—are other reasons to celebrate.
Canadians who call a retirement community home have received (or will soon receive) their prioritized COVID-19 vaccines.
Families with senior loved ones living alone in their own homes right now may feel concerned for their overall health and well-being.
The latest research shows with aging the brain thrives and continues to make new connections through diverse social, cognitive and physical activities.
When we think of someone caring for an older adult, we may assume it is an adult child supporting an aging parent. However, a quarter of Canadians over the age of 65 are also caregivers themselves.

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