Category Archives: Senior Issue

Middle Aged Couple Cooking Meal In Kitchen Together

Embracing the Positive Realities of Aging

By Raina Dawn Lutz

The best path to health is in the food you eat.

Holistic nutrition and healthy eating is vital to the process of aging well. Aging in our society is seen as grief, a loss, a dysfunction. We spend so much money trying to reverse it or keep it away, and usually on creams and potions to thwart it before it begins to show. It is mocked and something to be scared of. People try to prevent it, usually with a price tag, but it is not preventable. Aging can be a positive thing to embrace more easily when we take care of ourselves nutritionally. Continue reading

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Dizziness and Vertigo: Is There Help?

By Robina Palmer, BScPT, CAFCI, Vestibular Therapist

These troubling symptoms affect balance and may even be incapacitating, so determining the cause can lead to effective treatment.

It’s a common problem as we age. In fact, it has been reported that 80 percent of people over 65 have experienced dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance. Continue reading

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Welcome to the OHW Magazine Lineup – Okanagan Seniors Health Magazine

Okanagan Seniors Health MagazineWelcome to our inaugural edition of Okanagan Health and Wellness for seniors! We are thrilled to devote an entire issue to articles we believe will inform and inspire not only readers in this demographic but also their families and friends.
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