Health

Health and Wellness are topics of growing interest to seniors who want to look and feel their best. Seniors of today are changing the definition of old age, fuelled in part by exercise, healthy eating and comfortable finances.

Senior Living's September issue takes a look at a variety of health and wellness topics. Find out how boomers and seniors are leading active lifestyles - and reaping the benefits.

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WHAT SENIORS WANT

As the population ages, there is a growing need for better knowledge of senior health care. Everyone wants to approach old age with good health. Today’s seniors are living longer and living healthier - not only because of improved medical care, but because they are more aware of what it takes to be healthy.

Seniors are looking for businesses, products and services such as • sports equipment/clothing stores • fitness centres • fitness programs or personal trainers • vitamins and supplements • cosmetic or pharmaceutical products • massage or chiropractic services • health spas and beauty salons • laser therapy • health food stores • medical imaging centers • diet products, centres or programs • health/fitness books • outing providers • extreme sports providers • naturopaths • physiotherapists • kinesiologists • dentists and denturists • fitness oriented clubs/groups • physical aids • podiatrists • vision/hearing products • health counsellors • life long learning • adventure travel


 


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ARTICLES OF INTEREST

Calculate your Heart Rate

Turn Back Your Biological Clock

Never Too Old to Tri

Strengthen Your Mind

Baby Boomers Defy Dementia

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Get to the Top

Sharing a Passion

Get Ripped - Not Ripped Off!

Preventing Osteoporosis

Keep on Trekking

Vancouver's Soccer Soul

Easy Rider

Building Stronger Communities

Finally On Track

Pet Therapy

Trust Your Body

Don't Let Arthritis Come Between You and Your Garden

Gardening with Arthritis

Golfing with Arthritis

Seniors Invited to Donate Blood

Playing It Safe With Insects

Stride to Turn the Tide

Swifter, Higher, Stronger - Senior Volunteers Help at the Vancouver Olympic Winter Games

Seniors Must Correct An Iron Deficiency

One Heavenly Hike - Diez Vista Trail Run

Stepping Out - Volksporting in Surrey, BC

Diabetic and Don't Know It?

Baby Boomers on All-Terrain Vehicles

When Talking Is Not Enough, Try Therapeutic Music

Singing For Health & Happiness

Sing For Your Health

Avoiding Falls - Staying Safe At Home

Six Steps to Staying Young At Heart

Food Is Good - Eating For a Long Life

Living With Alzheimers

Cut Calories, Live Longer

Happy Feet

Hearing Loss

Top Ten Germiest Objects To Avoid

Oak Bay ActNow Seniors' Park

Hot Yoga - Through the Eyes of a Beginner

Ginger - A Versatile and Healthy Spice

Relax Through Breathing

Adapting Your Home to Improve Safety

Aids To Daily Living

Meditation - Calming Your Mind

Using an Audiologist or Speech Therapist

Change Your Diet, Change Your Health

BC's Farmers Markets Bring Good Stuff to Your Table

The Pilates Method

Herbal Remedies for Anxiety and Stress

Joining A Fitness Club - Recommendations from the Better Business Bureau

Tai Chi - The Gentle Art of Exercise

Move Over Meat and Potatos

Courting Happiness

Dealing With Dementia

Nutrition And Aging

Heart Disease - Are You At Risk?

Adapting Your Home to Age In Place

Heavy Metal Headache

Playing For Your Health

Emotional Wellness

Ask Your Pharmacist

Pain Management