The following articles have the tag ageing
Could there be positives in failing sight and hearing? Peter Leith believes so.
Good sleep quality and good mood lead to good working memory with age.
Do you feel as if society views you as a burden?
Peter Leith advises that we should proceed with caution in any match-making game.
How many ‘facts’ related to ageing and sex hold up to scrutiny?
Have you ever noticed strange little cobwebs or squiggly lines in your vision?
For all those who want to stay in their homes for as long as possible, ...
Do you think younger people have it easier than you did?
House prices are dropping around Australia so can retirees capitalise on the situation?
Do you sleep well? What keeps you awake? Let us know in our Friday Flash ...
Men are starting to take their body image seriously and are doing something about it.
High home-care costs, poor staff training and a lack of transparency identified.
Recent research shows that resistance training improves the health of over-65s.
Researchers have identified an unexpected contributor to rheumatoid arthritis.
Researchers are calling for an overhaul of Australia’s system of managing driver retirement.
Mandatory retirement ages are – rightly – mostly a thing of the past in Australia.
Around 70 per cent of Australians leave no instructions regarding end-of-life decisions.
Are there foods you can eat to help with erectile dysfunction?
Positive ageing expert reveals the simple secrets to a happy life.
We want to know if you should still be on the road, or when you ...
Critical services ‘at risk’ as Australian population ages, economics forum told.
Researchers reveal the activity that can add almost a decade to your life.
A program about sex and ageing prompted Susan Wilson to be brave.
Self-described ‘rotund’ writer Steve Perkin does the research. You might not be happy.
The results are in: older Australians let us know if sex is still important.
Developments that can help older Australians stay safe at home for longer.
Staying physically active later in life can help keep your brain healthy.
Worried about getting older? The prime of your life may just be right now.
Researchers have devised a way to estimate whether an individual can expect to live longer.
An overwhelming number of older Australians experience ageism in their daily lives.
Are wrinkles just a consequence of ageing, or could they signal something more sinister?
Australians over 65 are the fastest-growing new adopters of non-formal online education.
Older people are becoming homeless in increasing numbers and action is needed now.
Scott Morrison believes the Government has addressed the challenges of ageing.
As we grow older, the risks associated with falling over become greater.
We’re living longer and healthcare costs are putting pressure on the community.
Protect your vision and maintain the health of your eyes.
Programs to ensure health checks part of More Choices For a Longer Life package.
Older adults are better at anticipating stressful events at home.
Ageing and wellbeing expert discusses why older people are happier.
Researchers have discovered an explanation for why some elderly people get lost.
Revelations of a 15-year study of the aged.
Health Department agency warns over dangers of dermal filler shots.
Scientists have been forced to rethink when brain functions begin to decline.
A daily squeeze of lemon juice boosts your body’s ability to repair cells.
Your penis goes through a series of changes over your lifetime.
Longer-lived Australians sacrificing quality of life by refusing to quit home
As we age, the way we define ‘healthy weight’ changes.
The fruit and veggies your parents ate may have kept them feeling younger
Are there video games that can keep your mind healthy?
It’s one of life’s mysteries: growing older and sprouting hair in funny places
Women and young migrants are easing the burden on Australia’s pension system.
The rapidly changing world of technology is helping older people stay in their homes longer.
As your body ages, you can expect gradual changes, at your body's own pace.
A new test could help decide whether you should have surgery.
Mixing medicines can be a recipe for disaster. Here are seven things to look out ...
Older Australians want to stay at home but face a confusing array of options.
There are benefits to keeping your brain active after retirement.
Find out the best age for different skills; the answers might surprise you!
Australians are getting older – with one in six Australians now aged over 65.
It goes without saying that eating well is vital for everyone at all ages.
Discover the symptoms of low testosterone and natural ways to boost it.
Have older adults given up on hopes, dreams and sex? Not so, says recent research.
Older Australians are eating “like body-conscious 20-year-olds”.
How do hormones affect the ageing process for men and women?
A study found Australian women report signs of facial ageing sooner than the US.
Can cosmetic medicine help reverse the ageing process?
A molecule found in red wine could be the answer to anti-ageing.
Simple things you can do every day to help minimise the discomfort of sensitive teeth.
Our bodies changes as we age, but what’s normal and what’s not normal?
In our youth-centric society, we are all under the microscope.
We delve deep beneath the surface to learn more about the skin we’re in.
You don't need fancy lotions and expensive concoctions to make you look younger.
Wrinkles and grey hair could soon be a thing of the past.
A new study declares the age at which you should stop wearing jeans.
Ageing experts say we have reached maximum of human longevity.
Our publisher, Kaye, spoke to ABC Overnights about the upside of ageing.
Have you, too, endured a ‘Julia’ moment when a salesperson snubs you?
A new report has drawn a correlation between moderate drinking and improved health.
Friends star Courtney Cox regrets her "horrible" attempts to reverse ageing.
We need to recognise and embrace the economic potential of older workers.
Does the voice in your head grow kinder as you get older?
Scientists have discovered the grey-hair gene and preventing greying could be next.
Grey hair is back in fashion so it's time to ditch the dye.
So what are the best ways to boost your protein intake?
Older Australians are exploring the process of ‘rational suicide’.
Which vaccinations should you consider as you age?
Human trials for a drug that may slow the ageing process will start next year.
These fun apps can show you how well your face will (or won’t!) age in ...
Get answers to the big questions on ageing that relate to your health.
Midlife obesity has been linked to an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s.
Women are more concerned about weight and ageing than other health issues.
A report released yesterday has found that the notion of retiring at 60 is becoming ...
How often should you have your eyes tested?
While menopause is a natural part of ageing it’s not a ‘use by date’.
Ladies, face the symptoms of your menopause, head on.
Knowing the warning signs will help you get the timely support you need.
The first ever index to measure the wellbeing of older people is now available
The incidence of depression among seniors is quite high.
Drew was shocked to learn that he is only expected to live until just 68. ...
Want to know how you’ll look in ten years time? Or how you would look ...
Does the thought of growing older fill you with a sense of dread and ...
It’s commonly accepted that exercising the brain can delay the onset of dementia and now ...
There is a common misconception that dementia is a normal part of ageing, but ...
In her article, Ageing: all in the mind , written for ...
A recently released roadmap for research on ageing in Europe hopes to enable the ...
While people may hear about Australia’s ageing population and the drain it will be ...
As the proportion of working age people supporting those aged over 65 reduces, so does the capacity of the Australian Government to fund the needs of this ageing population. But is this really news? The findings of the 2010 Intergenerational Report have been published ...
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