Monthly Archives: May 2015

B.B. King & the Promise of Longevity

One of the most joyous moments for me in live music played out at Massey Hall in Toronto in early 2001 – B.B. King came to town. He was 75 at the time and I wanted to see and hear … Continue reading

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A 1750’s Guide to Longevity

In 2050, may it be told that once upon a time in the early part of the century we had more than an abundance of sometimes conflicting advice on healthy living – from Dr. Oz to David Wolfe! By that … Continue reading

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Aging & Memory: take this one to the bank.

Our national investment in brain health and aging got a boost in this April’s 2015 federal budget, with the announcement of $42Million in funding to the Canadian Centre for Aging & Brain Health Innovation at Baycrest in Toronto. Last year … Continue reading

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Seniors for Seniors, 30 Year Anniversary.

How interesting it is, (as the saying goes) that time has a way of taking care of all things, even those things that are often ahead of their time, ahead of the aging demographic curve in this case. Thirty years … Continue reading

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