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339 Results for Search: Aging Research

Excerpt: Common misconceptions about Alzheimer’s disease stand in the way of understanding the disease and helping those affected. Learn; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
Excerpt : The idea of increasing health span by extending a person’s healthy years and delaying or shortening the period of; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
Ask any person what it means to age well and no doubt their response will include enjoying good physical health. The comprehensive; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
Are you keeping up with what your children or grandchildren are doing on Facebook? Do you follow any favourite writers, politicians or; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Active Living
Excerpt: One-third of older adults are at nutritional risk due to lack of appetite, reduced taste and smell, eating alone and medication; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
‘Tis the season for hearts and flowers and the power of love —which we all know makes us feel wonderful, both mentally, emotionally and; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
February is Heart Month in Canada. As people get older, the risk of heart disease increases and about two-thirds of Canadians living; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
People who get optimal sleep of seven or eight hours a night improve their cognitive skills, particularly reasoning and verbal abilities, ; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
What colour will your 2019 look like? A calming blue? An invigorating red? Or maybe a healthy green? While we don’t usually define our days; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
One in four Canadians develop irreversible vision loss by age 75, reports the National Coalition for Vision Health. However, older adults; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Health and Wellness
When I meet with my clients I always encourage them to think about how they will maintain choice, control and independence as they age—key; ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors

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