Wellbeing

Keeping healthy is an important part of productive ageing but there’s more to life than simply worrying about your health. Emotional and physical wellbeing is just as important and eating well, exercising and taking time to keep your life balanced should all be part of your plan for a long, happy and healthy life.

Eyes right

Eyes right

Retaining good eyesight is a major contributor to independence in later life.

New age nanas

New age nanas

What does becoming a grandmother in the 21st century really mean?

Surrogate grandparents live longer and happier

Surrogate grandparents live longer and happier

In the past several generations of a family lived together in one home and helped each other. If

Children’s savings and grandparents’ gifting

Children’s savings and grandparents’ gifting

Many grandparents across Australia are keen to contribute in some way to the bringing up of

Safer sex and the baby boomer generation

Safer sex and the baby boomer generation

Women in their 50s, 60s and above are particularly vulnerable to sexually transmissible infections.

Seasoned surfies

Seasoned surfies

Anyone who thinks surfing is an "adolescent activity" needs to get down to the surf beach. Chances

Diet and exercise could prevent cancer

Diet and exercise could prevent cancer

The Medical Journal of Australia has found that a quarter of cancers could be prevented by

Quiet the Mind; an essay on meditation

Quiet the Mind; an essay on meditation

Meditation can reduce stress, combat heart disease and improve your mood.

Grandparent entitlements

Grandparent entitlements

There are many advantages in being able to search for information on Centrelink's website.

How to break unhealthy food associations

How to break unhealthy food associations

Many of us get into the habit of enjoying unhealthy food and drink while we're doing everyday things.

Get active to combat arthritis

Get active to combat arthritis

For the nearly one in five Australians who suffer from arthritis, exercise could be key to

Be Medicinewise

Be Medicinewise

With 57 per cent of respondents to a recent telephone survey reporting they made a mistake with

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