Senior’s Health

Senior’s Health

The tide of popular thinking on aging is beginning to turn. It is no longer accepted that aging has to be a downhill slide. If you begin taking care of yourself at an earlier age, your advanced years can be happy, healthy and productive.

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Eye Health

Packed into a relatively small space is a myriad of complex and coordinated muscles, tendons, ligaments, tissue, fluids, blood vessels, nerve fibers, and glands that bring us immediate information about the world around us; our eyes. How our eyes work and what allows...

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Strokes

The brain is one of the most amazing organs in our body. Just thinking about the infinitesimal daily functions it controls on a minute-to-minute basis is mind-boggling. The brain runs the body like your hard drive runs your computer. Electrical and chemical signals...

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Osteoporosis – Your Bones

Many of us have heard of "losing your nerve" but losing your bone is quite another matter. Osteoporosis, a condition that causes bones to become thin and brittle, is characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. As many as two million Canadians are...

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Nutrition & Digestion

Introduction Most people understand the necessity of nutrition during the early stages of life and how good nutrition can impact your health and vitality as you move through the decades. However, once in our sixties, nutrition seems to fall from the forefront of daily...

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Immune Support

Introduction Every minute of every day our body is exposed to bacteria, viruses, and fungi that can gain entry to our body either through open areas on the skin or by being ingested via our respiratory or digestive passages. Some of these minute microbes are benign...

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Alzheimer’s – Forget Me Not

All of us, no matter what our age, occasionally experience jogs of memory, irritations while completing normal day-to-day taskings, and changes in the way we behave and feel. It is commonly held that this is a normal part of aging as well. However, it really isn't and...

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