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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
Incredible unearthed sketches by a 21-year-old WWII soldier
Read the brutal letter John Lennon wrote Paul McCartney
Space Odyssey-inspired robot that will do your laundry
Lower your stroke risk with a tipple
Attitudes towards caring for ageing parents revealed
Incredible health benefits of using technology over 80
The everyday diet to defeat dementia
Looking on the bright side can lead to longer life
New research has found women who look on the bright side of life have a significantly reduced risk of dying from a serious illness.
5 home activities for children with and without ASD
If you are the grandparent or carer of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), we’ve got some tips on great activities to do with them.
How I’m preparing to get Alzheimer’s
4 ways technology can combat loneliness
The cancer blame game that doesn’t help anyone
The real reason behind why we cry
Most aged care residents with depression not properly diagnosed or treated
A damning new report has found that less than half of the people in aged care with depression are properly diagnosed and treated.
The power of music in aged care
From improving interpersonal connections to simply boosting our moods, music is one of the most powerful tools we have at our disposal.
Tips for new caregivers
Smelling this herb can improve memory and reduce risk of dementia
How exercise can help dementia patients
This could be the first sign of Alzheimer’s disease
Web funerals “are making mourners lazier”
A growing number of crematoriums are fitting webcams in their premises so that mourners can watch funeral proceedings from thousands of kilometres away.
If you develop Alzheimer’s, will your children get it too?
Depending on which type of Alzheimer’s disease one has, the answer can be either very straightforward or extremely complicated.
How viewing art can help people with dementia
Sundowning and how it affects carers
The long goodbye: precious time with my dying grandmother
5 myths about sleep and ageing debunked
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