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Dr. Alex Mihailidis

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AGE-WELL’S Dr. Alex Mihailidis Looks At How Technology Can Revolutionize The Way We Age

When I think about the technologies revolutionizing our world, it’s amazing to see how they keep evolving. We’ve come a long, long way from...

Our Ability to Improve the Lives of Aging Canadians Is in Peril

Teamwork between multiple sectors is the lifeblood of technological innovation in Canada – especially as we strive to improve the lives of older Canadians....

Advance The Conversation Around Healthy Aging By Volunteering With AGE-WELL

Volunteering is not only rewarding, but also good for our physical and mental health. Studies show volunteering helps reduce stress, combat depression, reduce social...

AGE-WELL Wants Your Honest Opinions

Volunteering can be a highly rewarding part of life, and Statistics Canada tells us that volunteer hours start to increase significantly after age 45....

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Candid Talk About Patients Living With A Pacemaker And How The Newest App-enabled Devices Can Help

Pacemakers have extended the lives and improved the quality of day-to-day living for so many people – approximately three million worldwide, including a...

How COVID Has Impacted Bone Health and What You Can Do About It Right Now

Osteoporosis is often described as “a silent disease.” During COVID, this has never been more true. Bone health took a back seat....

Let’s Talk. How To Break The Ice With Your Pharmacist And Start A Conversation About Bone Health

Have you talked to your pharmacist lately? Why not? If you need professional advice about bone health, you may be missing out...

How Canada’s Pharmacists Help Osteoporosis Patients Manage Their Health Effectively

When COVID-19 hit, Canada’s pharmacists were always open to serve their clients and ensure their healthcare needs were met. For those with...

App-Enabled Pacemakers Empower Patients And Clinicians To Manage Heart Issues Safely And Remotely

Each year in Canada, more than 25,000 pacemakers and internal defibrillators are implanted, according to the Canadian Journal...
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