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How to spot a social media scam

From Facebook account hackers to fake stores and romance tricksters, your online presence makes you vulnerable to predators. Their tactics are always evolving, so tread carefully when communicating online. Keep an eye out for these signs of social media scams: • A message saying something like “Is that you in this video?” followed by a …

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Talk to Parents About Retirement

When it comes to retirement, many Canadians have a tendency to avoid discussing it with their parents. However, it’s important to have these conversations early on to ensure that everyone is on the same page and that there are no surprises down the road. Here are a few reasons why it’s important to talk to …

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Learning has no age limit

Do you think learning new things is just for young people? Think again! It’s been proven that there’s no age limit to learning. Here’s why it’s beneficial for older people to continue expanding their knowledge as they age. A spirit of lifelong curiosity Learning doesn’t have to be confined to the classroom. It can extend …

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The link between physical activity and mortality risk in older adults

A study led by researchers at the National Cancer Institute found that recreational pursuits that incorporate physical activity, including walking, swimming and playing tennis, may lower older adults’ risk of death from any cause. That includes cardiovascular disease and cancer, which the World Health Organization notes are two of the leading causes of death across …

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