Ep. 11 Seniors and Veganism

August 5 Switching Diets According to some experts, it’s never too late to change your eating habits.. The Time of Your Life examines the benefits for seniors of switching to a more plant-based diet. Host : Tara Morton Guest : Sharon Ash, Health Promotion specialists at CFB Kingston. Director – Kingston Vegetarian Network. Contact : https://www.kingstonveg.com

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Ep. 9 Original Hockey Hall of Fame

“Time of Your Life Episode 9 Original Hockey Hall of Fame There’s a square puck, used in the first organized game in Kingston in 1886, Canada’s first Olympic hockey gold medal from 1924, the oldest jersey from Queen’s University and a salute to Kingston’s own Don Cherry. Those are just some of the highlights at the Original Hockey Hall of Fame.. Host : Tara Morton Guest : Mark Potter, president Original Hockey Hall of Fame. Invista Centre, 1350 Gardiners Road, Second Floor http://www.originalhockeyhalloffame.com Open by donation Thursday to Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. “

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Talking about Arthritis

“Time of Your Life Episode 8 Living with Arthritis. (R) It’s one of the most common human ailments. This week, the Time of Your Life looks at how to cope with arthritis. Interviewer: Ken Day  Interviewee: Lisa Robinson, The Arthritis Society, 308 Wellington, Ste 100 Kingston, ON K7K 7A8 Toll-Free: 1-800-321-1433  Website: www.arthritis.ca “

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Ep. 7 – Barbie

One of the world’s best selling toys turned 60 this year. Barbie, based on a 1950’s European doll, quickly turned into a North American and world-wide icon. The Time of Your Life’s Elizabeth Macdonald celebrates Barbie’s career with some Kingston parents.

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Ep. 6 The Theatre Organ

“Time of Your Life Episode 6 Kingston Theatre Organ Society. Ken Day finds out about the Kingston Theatre Organ Society’s 1928 Kimball Theatre pipe organ installed at the Kingston Korean Church on Kirkpatrick Street. Contact – Kingston Theatre Organ Society – KTOS.ca “

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Episode 5: Ticks

“Podcast 5 Wed.May 29 – Ticks and Lyme Disease (R) Joan Black R.N., of the Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Health Unit, who is involved with communicable disease prevention and control, helps us understand the importance of avoiding the black legged tick that has changed our lives. Also facts on Lyme disease. Host : Marion Evans Guest :Joan Black, public health nurse with the Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Health Unit. “

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Ep. 3: Falls Prevention

In this episode, seniors can learn how to stay safe at home with the Stay on Your Feet falls prevention program offered by Kingston, Frontenac Lennox and Addington Public Health. Host : Ken Day Guest : Debbie O’Grady , Physical Activity Specialist 613-549-1232 ext 1209 email kflapublichealth.ca.

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Episode 2: When Its Time to Find a New Home

In this episode of The Time of Your Life, we examine retirement homes and long term care facilities. Joanne Billing of the South East Local Health Integration Network that serves the Kingston area, explains the differences and how to decide which option best suits your needs. Host : Carole Weir Guest : Joanne Billing, Vice president,Home and Community Care.

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