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New brain and memory studies suggest practical ways for older adults to improve recall and help prevent memory loss. Drawing improves recall in older adults by involving multiple senses. Brisk walking and mind-body exercises such as tai chi, yoga and dancing can help improve memory in healthy older adults and people with mild cognitive impairment. Eating lots of fruits and vegetables regularly also protects against memory loss.
Excerpt: One-third of older adults are at nutritional risk due to lack of appetite, reduced taste and smell, eating alone and medication si ...
‘Tis the season for hearts and flowers and the power of love —which we all know makes us feel wonderful, both mentally, emotionally and phys ...
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 ...
Older adults report higher levels of happiness and well-being in their daily lives than younger adults, according to a Journal of Clinical ...
One thing that makes Chartwell retirement residences truly unique places to live is the emotional support one receives from staff and reside ...
Do you make New Year’s resolutions? If you’re looking to make 2019 one of your healthiest and happiest years yet, consider focusing on doabl ...
The nature of seniors’ social networks impacts their health and sense of well-being,  new research  shows. The nature of friendships  Afte ...
Everyone loves to laugh, young or old. That’s the rationale behind the creation of a course for seniors at Simon Fraser University called “F ...
Before the cold weather arrives and snow piles up, it’s important to spend time enjoying the outdoors. An afternoon lounging in the sun, sme ...
There’s no denying how important sleep is for a senior’s physical, emotional and social health. This is especially true for seniors, as gett ...
Music continues to have a significant impact on older adults. Whether they’re listening to their favorite tunes from the past or creating so ...

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