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Thinking Of Escaping The City For Country Life? How One Couple Made The Leap

A weekend at the cottage is a welcomed reward after a week of toil. It’s how so many Canadians enjoy our great outdoors and...

9 Top Experts Predict Will Dramatically Impact How We Age In 2019

There’s no downloadable crystal ball app to predict what will happen – or not happen – in the lives of older Canadians in 2019....

All Aboard The ‘Colo-Cab’: How One Man Supports His Friends After Their Colonoscopies

Colonoscopy? I’ve got your backside. After your first colonoscopy, the mystery is revealed, the indignity proves manageable, and this necessary part of aging becomes as...

Career Changes After Age 50: Find Out How From Three People Who Changed Direction Mid-Life

In October 2018, Chris Ryall wrote his first mid-term exam in 35 years. “I’d forgotten what writing a test was like,” says the 56...

Another Stereotype Shattered! Yes, Happiness Does Increase With Age

Legendary singer Patti LaBelle nailed it when she said: “Here’s what I know: I’m a better person at 50 than I was at 48...

Smart Strategies For How You Can Prevent Becoming A Victim of Crime

Do you feel safe in your home or neighbourhood? Although Canada is a safe country, the fact remains that crime was on the rise in...

AGE-WELL Identifies 8 Key Challenge Areas Shaping The Future of Aging

An aging population means that there are challenges on the horizon on how to best meet its needs. AGE-WELL, a Canadian network of researchers,...

Mature Student Olive Bryanton Continues Her Passion For Learning With Another Doctorate

Firsts are second nature to Olive Bryanton.  As a part-time employee with the PEI Senior Citizens’ Federation, Bryanton led the team that established the first...

Entrepreneurs Over 50 Lead The Way In Launching New Businesses

Entrepreneurs are often willing to trade off security and a predictable income in exchange for the increased happiness they get from working on their...

White Coat Debate: Is Food Medicine?

The food-as-medicine debate has been around for decades, but research on the power of food to treat or reverse disease is pushing food centre...

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Do Something For Your Bone Health Today: Mind The Care Gap And Don’t Wait For Fractures To Happen

Let’s get loud about osteoporosis. For too long, it has flown under the radar as a “silent disease.” There are few tell-tale...

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The number of Canadians living with dementia is set to almost double by 2030. More than half a million people currently have...
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Watch Now: YouAreUNLTD’s Osteoporosis Patient Panel

What’s it really like to live with osteoporosis? YouAreUNLTD put together a panel with two Canadians – one man and one woman...

Empowerment Through Technology: What Pacemaker Patients Say About New App-Enabled Devices

Aside from emergency situations, patients requiring pacemakers have a chance to chat with their doctors about what type of devices are available...

Be Unbreakable: Introducing Feel It in Your Bones Magazine – Your Guide to Understanding Osteoporosis

For me, osteoporosis is personal. My 92-year-old grandmother broke her hip when she fell at home and passed away soon afterward. She...