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It’s been a great week for news with the Federal election—and how its results may affect your finances, a 94-year-old fashionista, medical advancements, a video on music, the brain and creativity…and in anticipation of Mother’s Day this Sunday, the best advice mom ever gave me!

Here is what caught our attention this week:

Fitness and the Body:

Female fitness is discipline over decades

Middle-aged women suffering body image “despair”

Style:

Zelda, 94, proves once again that style is timeless

Health:

New guide for managing high blood pressure in seniors

Test for early Alzheimer’s diagnosis shows promise

Coronation Street actress battles hearing loss

Glaucoma genes point to increased risk

Being overweight linked to dementia

Increase healthy life span with calorie-reduced diet

Finances:

What does the Conservative majority mean for your budget?

Sobering news that one third of Canadian retirees is still in debt

Video: Financial risks women face in retirement

Eight things to consider before buying a retirement condo

Relationships:

Socialization boosts cognitive health in seniors

“The History of Me Project” engages teen girls and seniors

Late life divorce on the increase

A Lesson on Positive Thinking for Pessimistic Aging Parents

You’re happiest in your 80s, study says

Creativity:

Video: If you are interested in music, the brain and creativity, watch this!

Mother’s Day:

Canadian women share “the best advice mom ever gave me”

Kathy Barthel

Kathy Barthel is the print and online editor of Comfort Life and Dialogue Plus magazines. She invites your ideas, comments and thoughts at anytime. If you would like to be a contributor to the magazine or blog, send her an email at kathy@comfortlife.ca

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About Kathy Barthel

Kathy Barthel is the print and online editor of Comfort Life and Dialogue Plus magazines. She invites your ideas, comments and thoughts at anytime. If you would like to be a contributor to the magazine or blog, send her an email at kathy@comfortlife.ca