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Can Poor Dental Health Contribute to a Higher Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Once upon a time, people believed that oral health was not connected to anything else. Since that time, multiple studies have been done that...

Understanding Prevention and Pain Management Due to Degenerative Disc Disease

It would be logical to assume that degenerative disc disease – one of the most common spine problems in older adults – is actually...

Analyzing Language Usage Opens The Door To Earlier Dementia Diagnosis

If dementia could be diagnosed earlier in patients, or even predict who might develop the disease later in life, it would mean nothing short...

AGE-WELL Conference Spotlights Exploring the Future of Technology and Aging

AGE-WELL’s 5th annual conference attracted more than 300 researchers, trainees, older adults, caregivers and partners from industry, government and the community who all share...

Aging Shouldn’t Take Your Breath Away: Learn More About Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

It’s a disease two million of us live with – and we estimate that one million more Canadians may have it without their knowledge. So, what...

Medical Breakthrough: Researchers Develop A Material To Repair Cardiac Tissue After A Heart Attack

Scientists at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI) have cooked up the first human protein gel material capable of repairing damaged heart tissue...

Protect Your Brain Health Now To Prevent Memory Loss Later In Life

Healthy aging is a lifelong process. We want to optimize opportunities for improving and preserving all aspects of health: physical, social and mental wellness...

What Are Your Blood Pressure Numbers Telling You About Your Health?

Here's a sobering fact: Heart disease, including coronary heart disease, hypertension (high blood pressure), and stroke, remains the leading cause of death worldwide. Hypertension...

Vitamins and Minerals Linked to Mental Health, Says University Of Calgary Researcher

In an era when many people look down at their waistlines to assess nutritional health, Dr. Bonnie Kaplan, a researcher at the University of...

Researchers Look To New Drug Therapies To Slow The Progression Of Alzheimer’s

Two recently published research studies are generating buzz for new discoveries about Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. It’s easy to understand...

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