Managing Your Hypertension

Hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure, affects many Canadians; seniors are particularly at risk for the condition. When blood pressure is consistently too high for a long period of time, it can put you at risk of heart disease, heart attack, stroke,...

Caring For Your Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis happens when you have lower than normal bone mass, or that your bone loss occurs at a higher rate than normal. It is an age-related disease, meaning that the older you get, the higher your risk of osteoporosis is. The condition is tricky to diagnose, as...

Managing Your Cholesterol

High cholesterol is a condition which occurs when too much cholesterol begins to form in your arteries.  When this occurs, fatty deposits build up in your blood vessels, which can cause arteries to clog. Clogged arteries mean the heart has to work harder to pump...