Because cancer has become so prevalent in our society, cancer prevention is an important topic for healthy aging.
This blog post is the third in a series on cancer prevention.
Besides reducing your exposure
According to Health Canada, one in two Canadians will get cancer in their lifetimes, and one in four Canadians will die of cancer. In other words, half of the people who get cancer in Canada will die of
According to the Canadian Cancer Society, about half of Canadians will develop cancer in their lifetimes and a quarter of Canadians will die of cancer. Cancer mainly affects Canadians over the age of 50,
In an earlier blog post, I wrote about exercise and healthy eating as important aspects of healthy aging.
Another very important aspect is reducing stress.
Stress Affects Your Body, Mind, and Behaviour
I work with seniors, which is a blessing that has given me a privileged perspective on understanding healthy aging.
I see many seniors who are struggling with various health issues, mainly heart disease,
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a common mental illness that affects about 8% of the population. If left untreated, it can persist for many years. It affects women more than men and typically starts before
As a busy person, you likely have lots on your mind. Demands on your time can be excessive, and sometimes worries about various matters can get overwhelming. All these things can interfere with getting