App to help carers reduce stress
Almost half of carers experiencing low levels of wellbeing believed their conditions improved after five weeks of using a new mobile phone app.
Keeping safe from heat this summer
The Victorian Government has launched a new campaign to help people prepare for, and survive, a hot and potentially deadly summer.
Cans into cash
From 2018, receive the New South Wales 10 cent container refund at reverse vending machines at NSW Coles supermarkets.
SA 2018 Seniors Card and directory available
The 2018 Seniors Card Discount Directory, Your Lifestyle Guide, is now available for South Australian Seniors Card members.
Short-term rego for VIC in 2018
Victorian drivers with registration renewals from 1 January 2018 will be able to take advantage of the Victorian Government’s switch to short-term vehicle registration.
Pet owners urged to keep animals safe this New Year's Eve
The Lost Dogs’ Home is urging pet owners to plan for the safety of their animals this New Year’s Eve, with hundreds of dogs expected to escape and flee after being spooked by fireworks.
New PBS listings to cost Government $300 million
Around 800 Australians each year suffering from lung cancer and relapsed refractory multiple myeloma will benefit from affordable access to new medicines from 1 January 2018.
Canberra seniors get a chance at love
Occupational therapy students from the University of Canberra will played the role of matchmakers when they hosted a speed dating event aimed exclusively at older Canberrans.
Lack of sleep boosts levels of Alzheimer’s proteins
A study shows that sleepless nights tax the brain’s waste-disposal abilities to rid itself of the protein amyloid beta.
Your eyes can get sunburnt
As the summer sun intensifies, Optometry Australia is warning Australians to not only slip, slop and slap, but to slide on some sunnies to protect their eyes from the sun’s harsh rays.
Digital detoxing is the new New Year's resolution
Social media and internet addiction is driving more people to seek treatment for anxiety.
Blood donors urged to keep up generous flow
Generous donors intending to give the precious gift of life saving blood have been urged to keep their appointments this week during the high demand season and end of year festivities.
Going to the gym in later life could lower dementia risk
Early results from a new study led by ANU indicate that people aged in their 60s and early 70s could lower their risk of dementia if they maintained a healthy weight by going to the gym to retain muscle mass.
These two things are the secret to living a longer life
“Blue zones” are areas of the world where people live considerably longer lives. On these territories we can find octogenarians, nonagenarians and many centenarians, and even some supercentenarians (people who have reached the age of 110).
Removing pokies from pubs and clubs a step towards normality
Australia has three quarters (76%) of the world’s “pub and club” poker machines.
Spacing out after staying up late? Here’s why
Ever sleep poorly and then walk out of the house without your keys? Or space out while driving to work and nearly hit a stalled car?
Tech interventions for fall prevention trial
Falls in older people around the world is a global health problem, with at least one third of those over 65 falling annually.
Debt agreements and how to avoid unnecessary debt traps
Debt agreements are the fastest growing form of personal insolvency in Australia. They were designed to offer debtors a low-cost way to make arrangements with their creditors, while avoiding bankruptcy and some of its more serious consequences.
British retirees returning to work
Around one in four retirees in the UK return to work or ‘unretire’, mostly within five years of retiring, according to research by King’s College London.
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