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Growing More Than Just Vegetables

Spring is now in full swing! It’s that wonderful time of year when we shift our thinking from the cold of winter to the warm promise of the summer to come. It’s also the time of year that we start to take a good look at our gardens. A...

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The Cool Mix of Dancing, Seniors and Technology

Exercise – it’s such a well documented benefit to positive aging. And to help support seniors in getting some exercise, a pilot project was launched with Canada’s National Ballet School. Through the use of live video technology, dance classes were filmed and streamed to the small town of Ennismore...

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4 Great Grocery Tips For More Money, Time and Health

By Sheryl Rothert Everyone would like a little extra money in their pockets. What if I told you that you could possibly save $50 to $200 a month and also get healthier in the process. Would you be interested? Well, by just taking a little time and thinking about...

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Why Sunscreen May Be Your Best Wrinkle Defence

We all know (or at least should know) how important it is to wear sunscreen in order to help reduce our risks for skin cancer. But if that alone is not enough incentive for you to wear it, here is even one more reason. Your vanity. In a study...

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Hearing Loss – A Personal Perspective

By Bart Astor I recall many years ago writing an article about getting a hearing test. I guess I was about 50 or so. I made an appointment with an audiologist so I could go through the actual experience. I’m sure somewhere along the lines you’ve had one of...

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Living The Anti Aging Pill Called Exercise

Meet Ernestine Shepherd. At the age of 74 she was named the oldest female competitive body builder in Guinness World Records. And what’s amazing is that she didn’t even get started on this journey until she was 56 years old. Ernestine first began exercising when her sister and herself...

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