Cancer survivors eat unhealthily
While most cancer survivors in the United States are motivated to seek information about food choices and dietary changes to improve their health, a new study comparing their dietary patterns to federal guidelines indicates that they often fall short.
Risk of heat-related health problems increases with age
Summer weather can pose special health risks to older adults and people with chronic medical conditions.
Gambling addicts need friends
A one-time pokies addict who turned her harmful habit into gambling research is helping dozens of problem gamblers in Melbourne.
Mindful care for carers
Mindfulness activities may be useful in reducing the stress and increasing quality of life for those people caring for family members or friends with an illness.
GDF could lead to better recovery after stroke
UCLA researchers have identified a molecule that, after a stroke, signals brain tissue to form new connections to compensate for the damage and initiate repairs to the brain.
The Gray Wave. The Silver Tsunami. The Agequake.
Aging societies have been on the horizon for decades around the world.
Not everything gives you cancer- too much processed meat might
If you're scared by the World Health Organisation's declaration that processed meat - and probably red meat - are carcinogens like tobacco, just remember that old adage of everything in moderation.
Jobs plan for older workers failing
The Federal Department of Employment is set to overhaul the failing Restart wage subsidy program, designed to get older Australians back to work, from 1 November 2015.
Electricity price stability for Queenslanders
The Queensland Government has acted to lock in power price stabilisation for Queenslanders following the final determination from the Australian Energy Regulator today.
Funeral insurance RIP-offs exposed
ASIC has today released a report on funeral insurance, highlighting that funeral insurance premiums tend to rise steeply for the over-50s and that many people cancel their policy in the first few years.
Victorians to have their say on end of life care
Victorians are being urged to have their say about the services they want to support them at the end of their and their loved ones’ lives.
Older Australians drinking themselves awake
A survey of poor sleep patterns by Sleep Health Foundation has revealed consumption of caffeine and alcohol increases steadily with age.
New breast clinic opens
A new purpose-built breast screen clinic has been opened in Wanneroo, providing local women easier access to screening mammograms.
Tis the season for travelling con men
The public has been warned of an impending seasonal spike in the number of dodgy door-to-door tradespeople trying to rip off the unsuspecting.
Helping older neighbours prepare for storms and bushfires
With the early beginning to the fire season, Apia, the insurer for Over 50’s, is urging Australians to help their older neighbours prepare for the coming bushfire and storm season.
Residential taskforce for ageing Queenslanders
A taskforce of industry experts has been appointed by the Queensland Government to identify affordable and independent housing options for ageing Queenslanders.
Legislation opens more doors for assistance dogs
People with disability will benefit from improved access and streamlined services with the passing of the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dogs Amendment Bill in state Parliament.
World Masters Athletics Championships Perth 2016
Thousands of athletes from around the world will descend on Perth in 12 months to compete in the 2016 World Masters Athletics Championships from 26 October to 6 November 2016.
NSW Grandparent of the Year
The NSW Grandparent of the Year has been awarded as part of Grandparents Day; a celebration of the contribution made by grandparents and older Australians to their families and communities.
Red and processed meat said to be cancer causing
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the World Health Organization, has reported on the carcinogenicity of the consumption of red meat and processed meat.
Ageing genes find could provide treatments
Researchers have helped identify nearly 1,500 genes associated with ageing that could provide new health treatments to improve the prevention and treatment for age-related diseases.
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