Category: seniors and wellness
Bingo is great but it shouldn't be the default activity in retirement homes. Let's get over our pretenses and provide real life programming.
Probably one of the most difficult parts of being ill is losing a sense of control of life. As caregivers, we can help our loved ones and ourselves continue to feel some control. Even though we may both feel powerless against the illness itself, we have many choices that we can make along t
VIDEO: Studies show that positivity adds years to your life. Ethel Goldschmidt sure knows the power of positive thinking. She started her own brewery at 88!
VIDEO: Volunteering your time not only gives you a social life, it develops new pathways in your brain, improving memory and helping you live longer.
Fed up dealing with your aging parents? When was the last time you laughed? Try this to ditch the stress and get the funny back.
The Men's Club is a social program just for men at Sunrise Senior Living in Oakville. Check out their adventures in the new column by Mark Giordani!
Want to boost your brain's function and reduce cardiovascular disease? Eat dark chocolate! Be sure to try the easy recipes here too.
With warmer spring weather comes our desire to be outdoors and active but it can be hard to stay motivated. Prediction activities can help!
If your life needs a lift, summer's a great time to make it happen. You can influence your own happiness much more than you think.
Herbs are not only delicious and great for cooking, but are also packed with health benefits. Here's how to grow your own for herb tea.
Studies show that sedentary lives lead to obesity, diabetes and numerous other health problems as we age. On their own, these are all great reasons to keep active.