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Older adults need to be proactive in addressing pandemic-associated risks that can make early detection and control of type 2 diabetes more challenging. New knowledge about lifestyle measures to prevent, reverse and manage diabetes, and setting age-appropriate blood sugar control targets, can lead to better health outcomes. New tools such as smart phone apps and flash glucose monitoring can also support better blood sugar and diabetes management.
Research studies show that emotional vitality nourishes and helps restore physical health throughout life.
About half of Canadians with type 2 diabetes are over 65. You can lower the risk by being physically active, maintaining a healthy weight and eating regular balanced meals.

People have enjoyed drinking tea since ancient times and modern research reveals a wide variety of health benefits. Tea consumption promotes heart health by lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels, while protecting the brain and reducing diabetes risk.

One in four Canadians develop irreversible vision loss by age 75, reports the National Coalition for Vision Health. However, older adults c ...
World Diabetes Day is held on November 14, the birthday of Canadian physician Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin along with C ...
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 ...
September is World Alzheimer’s Month. Alzheimer’s Disease International’s annual campaign raises awareness and challenges the stigma that s ...
Older adults are more likely to stick with fitness activities if they exercise with people their own age, according to a 2018 University of ...
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 ...

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