Healthy Practices for Managing Arthritis

Arthritis in hands

Arthritis is typified by inflammation of the joints or other parts of the body. Inflammation generally causes pain, swelling, and stiffness and can lead to other more severe health problems. Arthritis affects about six million people in Canada, and unfortunately, with no cure to date, it is more about effective ways to manage the pain.  […]

Crohn’s Disease and IBD among Seniors

senior walking outdoors for better health

Canada has one of the world’s highest case rates of Crohn’s Disease and IBD. 1 in 140 Canadians live with some form of inflammatory bowel disease. May 19th is the annual international day for over 50 countries to educate others about Crohn’s disease and Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD). World IBD Day Seniors with Crohn’s or […]

Broken Hearts: Understanding and Treating Heart Failure

Understanding and treating Heart Failure

May 1 – 7 is National Heart Failure Awareness Week  Heart Failure is a growing concern for all age groups. Early signs of heart failure are similar in our aging community as in other age groups. Better treatments are available for other health conditions, such as hypertension and diabetes, and people live longer than a decade ago. […]

Assisting Seniors with Medication Management

Senior Medication Management

New challenges and concerns are typically just over the horizon at any given time for older adults as the risk for injury and illness increases. As various health issues emerge, consultations with doctors and healthcare professionals often lead to recommendations for things like lifestyle changes, cutting out unhealthy behaviours and habits, and exercise programs. Prescription […]

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