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Things Are Good: Wear Lycra, Live Longer (And Ride a Bike)

Here are things that have proven time and time again:

Bicycles are a great way to get around. Exercise helps your health. Bicycles are a good source of exercise. Exercise can make you happier. Bicycles are a sustainable transportation solution. Exercise reduces mental strain. Bicycles + exercise can slow the aging process:

Scientists who analysed . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Wear Lycra, Live Longer (And Ride a Bike)

Things Are Good: Seniors Who Are Social Are Healthier

Seniors who lead active lives like playing cards and generally hanging out with friends feel healthier and are healthier than there less social peers. Friends make things fun and keep you fit!

Dr. Nicole Anderson is a clinical neuropsychologist at Baycrest Health Sciences in Toronto, where she’s leading a research project called BRAVO. It . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Seniors Who Are Social Are Healthier

Left Over: The Home Ahead….

I have long been attracted to the small house movement…it seems so perfectly revisionist, as in re-envisioning the necessary and the portable..to devolve from what we are programmed to think we need. I really feel as if this is my distant or perhaps not-too distant future..finding a bit of land to temporarily rent to park . . . → Read More: Left Over: The Home Ahead….

The Scott Ross: How Old Age Security Should Have Been Reformed

Instead of raising the retirement age and distressing seniors with low-income the government should have prevented wealthier Canadians from receiving Old Age Security; not only would this have been fairer but would have saved hundereds of millions of dollars more.

It makes sense that Canadians who are 65 and older and who make . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: How Old Age Security Should Have Been Reformed