Health Action Magazine - Healthy Longevity



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Five Reasons to Care about Your Posture
1. Poor posture ages you inside and out Not only does a hunched over person automatically give the impression of age, but also when your head is forward and your back...
Health Action magazine - Summer 2014 - 3K

Dorothy Beach, "Daughter of the Fraser River," Celebrates Her Centenary
It was a grand 100th birthday party for devoted environmentalist and long-time HANS board member Dorothy Beach, complete with a piper, a children's choir and a banquet of...
Health Action, Summer 2013 - 8K

Energize Your Life
Rebalancing your mind's voice and your spirit's voice is key We are all living such busy and often overwhelming lives. In no time, we wake up to a few children, a...
Health Action, Spring 2013 - 4K

Exercise at Every Age
There was a time when life slowed down for people after retirement; when days were expected to be slow and the most strenuous activity known was swinging a golf club. Those...
Health Action, Summer 2012 - 3K

Breaking Records at 93
Olga Kotelko--An Athletic Wonder To say that Olga Kotelko is aging gracefully is a little like saying Wayne Gretzky was pretty good with a puck. At 93 years of...
Health Action, Summer 2012 - 7K

Can Sugar Speed Up Aging?
Aging is a complex process that affects every organ, cell, molecule and body function. Consuming lots of sugar will most definitely accelerate this process. When sugar gets...
Health Action, Summer 2012 - 4K

Kay's Keys to 100 Years of Health
When Kay Charter saw her doctor just before her 100th birthday, she thanked him for keeping her healthy all these years. The doctor said, "I don't know what I've done to...
Health Action, Summer 2012 - 4K

Alzheimer's Disease: What If There Was a Cure?
Dr. Mary T. Newport practises ­pediatrics with a specialty in ­neonatology. Thought it's far afield from Alzheimer's disease, she began coping with the disease after her...
Health Action, Spring 2012 - 2K

Think There's No Link between Heart Health and Brain Health? Think Again.
The idea that we need to think about brain health like we think about heart health has begun to hit the mainstream as baby boomers begin to feel the effects of poor brain...
Health Action, Spring 2012 - 6K

Ginkgo Biloba: The Longevity Herb
Think you have lost a little spring in your step? What about a little bounce in your brain? As long as you don't have any serious medical problems, exercising and eating...
HANS e-News - December 15, 2011 - 4K

Beta Glucans and the Beauty Within
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Health Action, Summer 2011 - 4K

Inner Garden Health with Wheatgrass
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Health Action, Summer 2011 - 2K

Stress = Belly Fat
We blame our bellies on unhealthy eating and little exercise. While these play a hefty role in creating extra pounds, another reason for belly fat is often overlooked:...
Health Action, Summer 2010 - 1K

Memoirs: A Means for Healing
When Jean Allen first decided to write her life story she admits she wrote with a vengeance, hoping to expose her mother, who abandoned her as a baby, and the abusive foster...
Health Action, Winter 2010 - 5K

Hidden Danger in Anti-aging Creams
Dark spots, "age spots" and/or irregular skin pigmentation is one of the fastest growing skin-care concerns in North America. But should we be more concerned about a popular...
Health Action, Winter 2009/2010 - 4K

A Deeper Look at Breast Cancer
A recent HANS event about breast health was much more than a discussion about diet, supplements, natural treatments and interventions. Instead, it was a call to action asking...
Health Action, Winter 2009/2010 - 5K

More Sight Strategies
In addition to antioxidants, an ophthalmic solution containing vitamin A (0.012 percent) may be useful in the resolution of chronic blepharitis (characterized by inflammation...
Health Action, Winter 2009/2010 - 2K

Manage Arthritis Naturally
Imagine being unable to get out of bed in the morning or being unable to play sports, or even walk without pain. For some people with arthritis, this is a ­reality. Many...
Health Action, Spring 2010 - 8K

Breast Cancer Survivors Partner with Horses of Healing
A groundbreaking new program is being launched this fall to help breast cancer survivors across Canada. Unbridling Human Potential, a Langley, BC-based collaborative, is now...
Health Action, Fall 2009 - 1K

Is Cost Really a Barrier to Eating Healthy?
"It costs so much more to eat healthy. I can't afford it." Many a holistic nutritionist is used to this common mantra. The truth is, it can actually be cheaper to eat a...
Health Action, Fall 2009 - 6K

Healthy Breasts for Life
When Barbra Edwards found a lump in her breast, she made a notation at the bottom of her grocery list: check with doctor. "Like it wasn't even important," she recalls of the...
Health Action, Fall 2009 - 6K

Canadian Community Health Survey 2008
In 2008, 84 percent of Canadians aged 12 or older reported that they had a regular medical doctor, down from 86% in 2003. Between 2005 and 2008, the rate of Canadians who...
HANS e-News - July 1, 2009 - 1K

Macular Degeneration Prevention
The macula is a portion of the retina in the back of the eye that is responsible for fine vision. Degeneration of the macula is the leading cause of severe visual loss in...
HANS e-News - May 15, 2009 - 2K

What Really Causes Alzheimer's?
Alzheimer's disease may have a genetic link, but nutrition and heavy metal exposure also play a significant role in its development, according to Harold Foster, PhD. Last...
Health Action, Spring 2009 - 2K

Aging Youthfully: Advice from Medical Intuitive Caroline Sutherland
If you're one of the many people who believe aging is a one-way ticket to fatigue, pain and a decline in health, let me introduce you to Caroline Sutherland. Aside from...
Health Action Magazine Fall 2008 - 5K

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