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Green space, benches, sidewalks needed to create age-friendly cities

McMaster research story featured on the McMaster Daily News The story, Green space, benches, sidewalks needed to create age-friendly cities   ...


McMaster research featured on cover of Time magazine

McMaster research has been featured on the cover of the Sept. 12/19 issue of Time magazine. The story, "The Exercise Cure," includes interviews wit...


McMaster Optimal Aging Portal, YMCA team up to promote healthy aging

The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal and the YMCA of Hamilton/ Burlington/Brantford have partnered to help Canadians stay healthy, active and engaged ...


Supplement may prevent, reverse damage to aging brain, research suggests

June 2, 2016 – A dietary supplement containing a blend of thirty vitamins and minerals—all natural ingredients widely available in health food stores—has shown remarkable anti-aging properties that can prevent and even reverse massive brain cell loss, according to new research from McMaster University.


Interdisciplinary Research Fund awards six research teams

Inaugural funding competition attracts applications from 35 teams Author: Maria Lee Fook Six teams involving researchers from across the disci...

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