Maintaining Mobility as we Age: A Key to Aging Successfully

Aging well for beginners: The role of physical activity, and avoidance of inactivity, through a muscle-centric lens Read More

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Changing Life at YOUR PACE — A Video

View our brief video outlining our amazing members, facilities, and staff. Read More

Age-Related Loss of Muscle, Sarcopenia: What is it? What causes it? What you can do about it!

View the following brief video about age-related loss of muscle, and find out what you can do about it! Read More

Get the Most Out of Your Workout with Optimal Protein

A brief news article on the importance of getting enough protein in your diet. Read More

Official PACE Newsletter - Winter 2016

Official PACE Newsletter for Winter 2016 Read More

PACE Welcomes New Director - Letter from the Dean of Science

Please find attached a memo from Robert L. Baker, Dean, Faculty of Science, regarding the appointment of a new Director of PACE, Dr. Stuart Phillips. Read More

Message from Prof. Stuart Phillips

The following is a brief message from the new Director of PACE, Professor Stuart Phillips Read More

Beware of Frailty - Online Video

Click to view a brief video about the dangers of frailty. Read More

Join the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal Today!

The overall goal of the Portal is to ensure you know about and have access to high-quality information that can help you remain healthy, active and engaged as long as possible! Read More

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