"The growing age gap, gender ratios and other key takeaways"

By admin - Published on Friday, 19 May 2017 15:04

"The greying of Canada’s population is accelerating, as new census numbers show seniors now outnumber children for the first time in the survey’s history.

The 2016 census from Statistics Canada...."

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"IMAGINING exercising can make you stronger"

By admin - Published on Friday, 19 May 2017 14:52

"A new research  study suggests that just thinking of exercising can have the same effects as  actually hitting the gym, officials say.

A recent study  published in the Journal of Neurophysiology found that  simply imagining exercise can tone muscle, delay atrophy, and even make your  muscles stronger."

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Grey area in sex policies?

By admin - Published on Thursday, 23 March 2017 10:24

"No one wants to talk about sex in nursing homes.

The need for sex doesn't disappear as we age, yet many facilities for the elderly have no policy on sex at all and only acknowledge that it happens when there's a problem, like concern that an Alzheimer's or dementia patient is being abused. Whether it's out of ageism or just discomfort with the idea of senior sexuality, nursing homes are not eager to raise the issue, leaving a massive gray area where the line of consent is blurry."

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52 ways to boost your testosterone

By John Doe - Published on Thursday, 23 March 2017 10:13

"…Since testosterone is literally the hormone that makes man a man, it’s safe to expect increased manly qualities in nearly every area of your life after increased testosterone levels. Not everything is controlled by testosterone obviously, but if you start looking at the studies, it’s pretty clear that from womb to tomb, this one hormone determines A LOT in a guy."

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If the end is near, sign me up

By administrator - Published on Wednesday, 08 February 2017 10:11

"Steve Huffman, the thirty-three-year-old co-founder and C.E.O. of Reddit, which is valued at six hundred million dollars, was nearsighted until November, 2015, when he arranged to have laser eye surgery. He underwent the procedure not for the sake of convenience or appearance but, rather, for a reason he doesn’t usually talk much about: he hopes that it will improve his odds of surviving a disaster, whether natural or man-made. “If the world ends—and not even if the world ends, but if we have trouble—getting contacts or glasses is going to be a huge pain in the ass,” he told me recently. “Without them, I’m fu....."

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