Early onset Alzheimer’s turns fully grown adults into completely dependent beings at a galloping pace.
Early onset Alzheimer’s is even more devastating than the more common form of the disease, which strikes people in their 70s.
A new generation of treatments has joined the fight against stroke, cancer and heart disease
We’ve all heard them before. Should we be listening?
Massive livestock operations are raising troubling questions about water safety
While millions of Canadians can’t find a doctor, thousands of foreign physicians can’t get a licence to practise
The doddering old widow. The lonely, forgetful neighbour. Turns out these negative perceptions of old age can be self-fulfilling prophecies.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) Oral health is a state of being free from chronic mouth and facial pain, oral and throat cancer, oral sores, birth defects such as cleft lip and palate, periodontal disease, tooth decay and tooth loss, and other diseases and disorders that affect the oral cavity.”
On average, women live seven years longer than men, although in some parts of the developing world the gap is not as wide.
Got a minute? We’ve timed these three simple tips so that you can see how fast and easy it is to make your life a little healthier and happier every day. Give them a go and you’ll be amazed at how well they work.
These tips will help you cut spending on groceries, eat better, and waste less food!
Multi-tasking is handy for simple or uncomplicated tasks, but time management is the key concept when it comes to increasing productivity. You’ll be amazed at how much time you can save.
Don’t kid yourself that you can save time by cutting back on sleep.
From very early times, people have suspected that there is a link between the weather and human health – in fact the famous Greek physician Hippocrates wrote a treatise on the subject in about 400 BC called On Air, Waters and Places.