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Calgary Home Care Company and Dr. Leslie Martin to Host Educational Webinar on Living Healthier Longer
Date:8/27/2013

Calgary, AB (PRWEB) August 27, 2013

Home Care Assistance of Calgary, Canada’s leading provider of in-home care, is committed to collaborating with industry leaders on community education initiatives around health, wellness and quality of life. In line with the company’s commitment to providing cutting-edge research on healthy longevity, Home Care Assistance is proud to announce that Dr. Leslie Martin, co-author of the award-winning book, The Longevity Project: Surprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark Eight-Decade Study has been named as the speaker for the upcoming, public webinar that will take place on Wednesday, September 4th at 12:00 PM MST, 2:00 PM Eastern. To reserve a spot for the webinar, visit HomeCareAssistance.com/the-longevity-project.

“Dr. Martin, a leading longevity researcher, has partnered with us to present the next webinar in our Healthy Longevity series,” said Mark Brodie, President and Owner of Home Care Assistance Calgary. “This webinar will appeal to anyone interested in successful aging and how it leads to a longer, healthier life.”

Throughout the course of the one hour webinar, Dr. Martin will address the fascinating findings from an eight-decade-long study that shatters many long-held myths about longevity; she will provide new evidence around what factors promote leading longer, healthier lives. Dr. Martin and her co-author, Dr. Howard S. Friedman, revisited the study two decades ago to study the participants at the end of their lives in order to explore why certain people are able to live longer and healthier lives than others. Awarded first place by Books for a Better Life in 2012 by the National MS Society, The Longevity Project offers compelling, evidence-based—and sometimes counterintuitive—insights into the behavioral and
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