Ageing & Longevity

Scientists announce breakthrough research on leading cause of blindness

A team of scientists from the UK and Netherlands have made a discovery that could provide new hope for the […]

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What does your high school personality say about your risk of dementia?

What were you like in high school? It’s something a lot of us would rather not think about – many people are happy to leave their immature and angst-filled younger selves in the past.

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Are women receiving the wrong treatment when it comes to heart health?

The new research provides valuable insights into the causes of heart disease among women.

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Study finds link between drinking tea and lower levels of depression in seniors

Could your daily cuppa help improve your mental health?

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3 mental workouts to help prevent dementia

Every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia. While scientists and doctors are still researching the causes and treatments of dementia-related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, studies show that keeping your brain active can help slow down memory loss.

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There are only 60 days left of this decade

With less than 60 days left of this decade, are you where you want to be? On a global scale, […]

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Aspirin found to halve the effects of air pollution in the lungs

One of the most widely-available drugs on the planet could be the key to lessening the effects of air pollution in the lungs.

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Why do we gain more weight as we age?

Many people struggle to keep their weight down as they age. Now, new research may have explained why that is.

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Four vitamin supplements to take – and which to ditch

Some vitamin supplements offer questionable health benefits, so which ones are really worth the money, and which ones are better left on the shelf?

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Menopausal night sweats linked to cognitive dysfunction – study

Study shows how night sweats that cause longer sleep duration may explain why some women suffer attention loss during menopause.

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Mighty Magnesium: The healing properties of a magical mineral

Feeling under the weather? You may need a boost of magnesium. Here’s why.

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New eye tests could detect signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Two simple eye-tests could help doctors see Alzheimer’s coming long before the disease takes hold.

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Break the ice: 8 health reasons to have a cold shower every day

It might not sound like the most appealing addition to your routine, but there are several surprising health benefits to taking a cold shower every day.

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More get up and go: Why your cells need this antioxidant

Discover the main antioxidant you need to know about if you want to age healthily.

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Functional training: The only fitness regime you’ll ever need

If running for the bus, lifting a suitcase or bending over leaves you short of breath then you need functional training. Here’s everything you need to know about the most comprehensive type of exercise out there.

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Easy cardio health every day

Good heart health is vital to your overall health, important for maintaining normal blood pressure and brain function, sleep and skin quality. Here are some easy cardio health tips to squeeze into an already packed day.

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Winter fitness goals: 9 reasons to get moving this week

We get it – it’s wet, wild and windy out there. But here are nine reasons you should get moving this week and give your body and mind a winter pick-me-up.

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8 reasons to embrace ageing

Kate Marie, founder of the Slow Ageing Movement, gives us eight reasons why being older can lead to a happier state, and why you should embrace ageing.

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A feel good guide to menopause

How understanding your brain-hormone connection can help you better navigate menopause. We get expert advice on a ‘feel good guide to menopause’.

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These common drugs may increase your dementia risk

A study out of the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom has found there is a link between dementia risk and certain classes of anticholinergic drugs.

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The 12 skills critical for future success

In a changing world with growing reliance on Artificial Intelligence, algorithms hacking our lives and whole industries being disrupted overnight, what skills will matter most for work, business and life in the future? How can you future proof yourself and your kids?

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Actively reduce your risk of disability – here’s how

According to a new study, adults with lower-extremity joint symptoms like aching, pain or stiffness who get at least one […]

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Pregnant women could be the key to preventing age-related disorders such as Alzheimer’s

A powerful protein found in the blood of pregnant women could be used to treat and prevent a range of […]

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Having more children slows ageing in women

A new study suggests that “having more children slows down the aging process” – another surprising anti-ageing solution! According to a […]

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