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Trying To Come To Terms With The Loss Of My Mother - For the past several days my family has been in an uproar of energy, opinions, emails and phone calls about how to care for our aged mother. The care system we've had in place is falling apart and we are stumbling, controlling, gut-punching, aching and loving as we struggle with -- and amongst ourselves -- to find a solution. Read more: Huffington Post
 
The 6 things you need to do to prevent heart disease - A 20-year study has found the six things every woman needs to do to drastically cut down her chance of developing heart disease. The researchers, from Harvard and other U.S. universities, followed about 70,000 women to figure out the real reasons why young women (think 35 to 44-year-olds) were experiencing heart attacks. Read more: Canadian Living
 
Women make up majority of Canadians with Alzheimer's; most caregivers also female - In the new film "Still Alice," Julianne Moore plays a linguistics professor in the prime of her professional and personal life who is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease after she begins forgetting words, misplacing items around the house and getting lost while out jogging. Read more: Vancouver Sun
 
The Evil Relative of Chickenpox - Shingles - It seems that I have heard more about shingles lately and at least five people I know have recently gotten the disease. According to the CDC, one out of every three people in the United States will develop shingles and it is estimated that there are 1 million cases each year. One person I know who has the shingles is in her late thirties but it is most common in people over the age of 50. Read more: Sage Minder
 
3 Confidence-Boosting Money Moves For Your 20s, 30s, 40s, And 50s - Once you enter your 40s, you’ve got a three-pronged potential strain on your finances: college costs, retirement and your parents’ care. Read more: Forbes
 
Ottawa senior targeted not once but twice in 'grandparent scam' - Police have arrested a man after a senior citizen was hit up not once, but twice, for thousands of dollars by someone posing as his grandson. Read more: Ottawa Citizen
 
Long-term care staffers call for provincial change during meeting in Cobourg - Chronic understaffing at long-term care facilities across the province is resulting in a barrage of injuries, abuse and unsafe work practices, according to the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions. Read more: Northumberland News
 
Minister of State Wong announces new research network to help Canadian seniors live independently and safely - Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), on behalf of her colleague, the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), today announced that AGE-WELL, a new network, is receiving $36.6 million over five years to help seniors live independently and safely at home. Read more: Government of Canada
 
Zyprexa Linked to Falls and Fractures in Seniors - A new study suggests that Zyprexa side effects could include an increased risk of falls and fractures in seniors. Zyprexa is an atypical antipsychotic medication, but it is often prescribed off-label to treat dementia and behavior issues in seniors. Zyprexa has also been linked to an increased risk of diabetes. Read more: Lawyers and Settlement
 
Bill and Jeannie Chaplin continue to travel around the world - Radio West host Rebecca Zandbergen was conducting research for an ongoing series about seniors when she came across a travel blog that caught her eye. Read more: CBC Canada
 

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