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New age philosophy: beauty products that help fight ageing

We take a look at three cutting-edge beauty innovations that are looking past the superficial fix and digging deep into the physiology of ageing to benefit the health of skin, body and hair in the long-term.

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Britain’s Prince Harry turns 30

As Britain’s Prince Harry turns 30, we take a look back in pictures at how the loveable larrikin has grown.

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Young blood reverses signs of ageing in mice

A US study has shown that ‘young’ blood can help to combat and even reverse signs of ageing in mice.

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Managing arthritis

Although my 97-year-old grandfather still enjoys a weekly game of golf, his arthritis makes the game less enjoyable than it […]

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Betty White voted America’s most appealing celebrity

Actress Betty White has topped the list of America’s most appealing actors and actresses for the third time.

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Old Charm

European chic, combined with industrial recycling, gives this Tudor-style home a bright and purist ambience.

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Patients’ Dying Wishes Not Always Heard

While older patients are naturally more likely to be weighing up their end-of-life care options, a new study suggests that their wishes are not always being honoured.

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World Parkinson’s Day

Peter Raymond, vice president of Parkinson’s Australia, shares his own experience being diagnosed with this debilitating disease and explains how we can get involved in this year’s World Parkinson’s Day.

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After 500 years, Richard III’s bones yield their secret

Researchers say a skeleton buried under a parking lot belongs to King Richard III, solving a 500-year-old mystery about his final resting place.

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GALLERY: You’re never to old!

Who says you have to slow down as you get older, not the following senior citizens that’s for sure. We’ve gathered inspirational images from around the world to show you that you’re never too old to do anything!

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The future of skincare

Christine Snow, national education manager for True Solutions, is back to discuss the future of beauty treatments with us, and the new skin technologies we must know about.

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Last Pinta giant tortoise dies

Lonesome George, the last-of-his-kind giant tortoise and a symbol of the Galapagos Islands, dies at about 100 years of age.

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Artist wunderkind splashes into NY

Five-year-old art prodigy Aelita Andre returns to New York with another vibrant solo show, “Aelita Andre: Secret Universe”.

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Pole dancing, an elderly sport?

Sun Fengqin is a 60-year-old grandmother who has taken up the art of pole dancing in China. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Satay Chicken

Satay Chicken recipe, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Clam cooking

Peta Mathias talks about 
using clams to create a 
rather fabulous take on 
the old steakhouse standby surf and turf. It sounds like 
a nice big bowl of love, MiNDFOOD Radio Presents.

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New Zealander auctions ghosts in a bottle

A New Zealand woman sells two vials that she says contain the ghosts of an old man and a young girl for almost $2000, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Solomon Islands faces tragic past

The Solomon Islands delves back into its violent past to tell stories about the ethnic violence that rocked the country between 1997 and 2003, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Oscar fashion frenzy

The unusually high number of Oscar contenders this year has set off a frenzy in style circles as old and new designers clamour to outfit stars for the red carpet, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Think you’re too old for Hollywood?

Want to be an actor, but you are beyond your 20s? Perhaps directing is the better option with filmmakers of all ages receiving attention and accolades. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Cuba struggles to preserve past in hard times

With its two very different faces, Old Havana is both the centerpiece of Cuban tourism and a symbol of the city’s larger problems, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Trendy tea consumers revive industry

Who wants a cup of tea? It’s not just Britons, old ladies and labourers enjoying a cuppa any more, with the world’s most consumed drink after water getting a make-over and attracting younger, more discerning fans, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Sleep tight

Follow these tips to ensure your child gets a good night’s sleep, on MiNDFOOD.

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Bahrain seeks UNESCO listing for pearl diving

Bahrain’s pearl project is part of efforts to diversify its economy away from oil and build up a tourism industry that caters to locals and regional visitors, reports MiNDFOOD.

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