Email Management Tips for Professionals

Business communication used to be centered around in-person meetings and phone calls made from a landline. Fax was all the rage for a period of time, but nothing has really impacted professional communication the way email has. Not only does email make messaging easy and convenient, it allows professionals to work from just about anywhere […]

Rising Healthcare Costs and Your Retirement

When an individual plans for retirement, they often think of how much money is needed to fund their lifestyle. This is important, as one’s housing, travel and spending habits are personal and will affect their retirement income needs. However, many Canadians fail to anticipate the full cost of healthcare in their older years. It’s not […]

Turning “Type 1” into “Type None”

Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an un-curable disease. Millions of Canadians face an ongoing struggle to manage blood sugar levels, balancing food intake with constant insulin injections. As some may know, I am also a type 1 diabetic and I’m no stranger to the daily routines and disciplines required to control this disease. I’m sending […]

Decision Fatigue

The average American adult makes over 35,000 decisions each and every day, as recently reported by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).  This is likely no different for Canadians. Not every decision is critical – for example, what to eat for breakfast or which shoes to wear – but when these seemingly simple tasks engage our […]

Innovations in Health

Canadian researchers in Waterloo, Ontario have found a way to use artificial intelligence (AI) and data from wearable, health-monitoring technology to detect potential health problems in users. Many of our clients are FitBit owners (or use a comparable product). This comes as no surprise, as 1 in 6 people in the United States of America […]

How to Optimize Your Memory and Prevent Cognitive Impairment

WHEN? Tuesday, July 17, 2018, 5:00 – 5:59 pm Rachel will focus on how to prevent cognitive impairment and more specifically discuss: How memory functions change with age The impact of lifestyle on memory The risk associated with dementia How to improve memory capabilities About Dr. Rachel Goodman: Rachel received her doctorate in clinical psychology […]

The Negative Effects of Multitasking

It’s a phrase that often appears on a job seeker’s resume: ‘excellent multitasker’. As so many of us list it among our professional skills, the ability to multitask is thought to be an asset. But what if tackling several tasks at once not only makes us less effective, it actually has a negative effect on […]

Health and Wealth: Why Employee Financial Wellness Should Matter to Business Owners

It takes a lot of different elements to create a successful business, but there is one constant across all industries: the importance of human talent. Employees say a lot about a business and have plenty of influence on the success or failure of projects. Knowing this, many companies have instituted programs to support the physical […]

Exercise for Ageing Muscles

Let’s view health for what it really is: taking care of body and mind over the long-term, so it can take care of you.

Smartphones

New and innovative products are designed every day to improve quality of life, especially for the aging. Here are two latest innovations.

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