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Forget Dressing For Your Age: Flaunt Your Style As You Like It

Huda Cade scoffs at the notion of dressing your age. “It’s ageist! That phrase means women of a certain age should dress and act in...

33 Ways You Can Take Charge Of Your Life During The Coronavirus Crisis

The COVID-19 situation continues to change not even just daily, but hourly. With everyone mandated to stay home to help “flatten the curve,” that...

Music Helps Those Living With Dementia By Hitting All The Right Notes

When words fail, music speaks. Currently, 564,000 Canadians are living with dementia. According to the Alzheimer Society Canada, that number will increase by another 66...

Take A Hike, Literally, To Reap Its Health Benefits For The Body And Soul

Spending time in nature is touted as one of the best curatives for the 55-and-over crowd. Just read the latest studies that link nature-based...

Are You Experiencing Nature-Deficit Syndrome? Forest Bathing Provides A Remedy For Urban Stress

Recently, I went forest bathing (also known as nature therapy) which is adapted from the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku. It originated in Japan in...

Unlimited Couple: Yannick and Shantelle Bisson Write Their Own Script for Healthy Living

Canadian film and TV actor Yannick Bisson is known to fans around the world for his portrayal of 19th-century detective William Murdoch on CBC’s...

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...

How Well We Age Has A Lot To Do With Our Attitude, Studies Determine

Aging is part of life. So why don’t we forget about the aging part and concentrate on just life instead? Or better yet, on...

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...

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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...

With Dementia Cases Poised to Almost Double in Canada, the Need For Caregiver Support and Resources Reaches a Critical Stage

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...
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