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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and if detected early, the survival rate is close to 100%. Regular exercise, healthy eating and maintaining a healthy body weight have been shown to lower prostate cancer risk and may help to reduce the risk of recurrence during and after treatment.
Being proactive about preventing and detecting cancer early when it is most treatable is especially important during the pandemic as screening levels have declined.

Men have a higher risk of dying prematurely from chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer than women. But these conditions often can be prevented by making small, impactful changes in lifestyle. Older men can lower or manage their health risks by staying physically active, eating healthy foods, keeping a healthy weight, drinking in moderation and maintaining close relationships.

The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging reports that people are living much longer. The goal of this national research project—involving m ...
September 29th is International Coffee Day. Wondering where Canada stands in the global game of coffee consumption? Not surprisingly—judging ...
Optimism about life and a positive view of aging are both very good for your health. A positive attitude and resilience to overcome adversit ...
International Self-Care Day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of self-care and its role in leading a healthy life. ...
Men’s Health Week is celebrated in Canada and internationally from June 11-17. A key goal is to raise awareness about men’s health risks an ...
April is National Oral Health Month in Canada. Good oral care is especially important for older adults, who are more vulnerable to conditio ...
April is Cancer Awareness Month in Canada, also known as Daffodil Month. Daffodil Days began in 1957, after Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) v ...
Why do older adults often gain weight with age, even if their eating habits haven’t changed? As you get older, more food energy gets stored ...
Nothing means more to Matilda “Tillie” Grant than her family. The 84-year old resident of Chartwell Carrington House in Mission, BC, longed ...

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