“Countering ageism will be a vital part of keeping Canada’s aging population healthy in the years to come. In doing so, we aspire to shift from “normal aging” to more “successful aging.” Active living and healthy eating are essential to breaking down ageist stereotypes and, in addition, social policy changes are needed to open up the possibilities for older adults to participate more equitably in society. “ Read more >>

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by the University of Regina,
Health Psychology Laboratory

for a research study to evaluate
a pain self-management program.

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for more information

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