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How to save money when travelling solo
Natural wonders you must see before they disappear
7 astounding things you won’t believe are covered by travel insurance
6 unhealthy foods to avoid
Does selective hearing really exist?
Eye care boot camp: back-to-basics everyday health tips
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5 of the best hairstyles to make you look younger
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Meet the freegans and dumpster divers. They turn (your) trash into treasure
Will your retirement savings be enough?
Why you need to appoint a power of attorney now
Photographer tracks down subjects to recreate 30-year-old photos
The startling ways actors gain weight for roles
16 Oscar winning costumes
Does the weather really affect aches and pains?
How the government changes to home care will affect you
Enjoying retirement is the secret to a long life
Results on dementia research smartphone game
9 weird and wonderful facts about death and funeral practices
It turns out that the way we treat our dead in the modern age is heavily influenced by the way our ancestors treated theirs.
Talking to your parents about aged care
Here, Peter Scutt, Co-Founder and CEO of Better Caring, shares his top eight tips on how to talk to your parent/s about seeking care.
4 apps to help you stay independent as you age
Certain medications could double your risk of dementia
If I had one hour to talk to anyone past or present, it would be…
Everything you need to know about the aged care reforms
Why we become more forgetful with age – and what you can do about it
Why can we remember some things in great detail but not others? Psychologist Vanessa Loaiza has the answer, as well as tips to prevent memory loss.
How to spot and prevent 4 age-related health conditions
Here’s how you can spot five of the most common problems among over-60s, or perhaps prevent them altogether.
Surprising factor increasing your risk of stroke and heart attack
The steps you need to take to stay at home as you age
What Japan teaches about embracing longevity
Signs your ageing loved one needs assistance
What lonely over-60s miss the most
In a survey of more than 1,000 over-60s, a UK campaign has discovered what it is that lonely older people miss most.
What it really feels like when a loved one goes missing
The majority of missing people return fairly quickly, but around one per cent don’t. This is what life is like for the families of that one per cent.
Helpful advice for caring for someone with dementia
Why too much relaxation in old age can be a bad thing
Heartbreaking photos reveal the truth about Alzheimer’s
Lower your stroke risk with a tipple
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