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Nearly a third of older adults in Canada take sleeping pills, but there is much you can do to promote better sleep without taking medication. Read more.
As we get older, many of us become less physically active and gravitate towards more sedentary pastimes. Strength training is a key part of staying healthy.
Leisure time is so important. If you’re not allowing yourself some time to relax and reflect, you could be doing yourself a big disservice.
This article explores how older adults living alone can eat well when cooking for one. Read more about what to do to ensure healthy eating when on your own.
Providing care to a family member or friend is a challenging role at the best of times. Since the
CoVid has changed the world in ways that many of us would never have thought possible and for those