ageing

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Scientists discover anti-ageing pill

Trials for anti-ageing pills to commence this year

Scientists discover anti-ageing pill

A molecule found in red wine could be the answer to anti-ageing.

How to cope with sensitive teeth

woman holding her face because her teeth are hurting

How to cope with sensitive teeth

Simple things you can do every day to help minimise the discomfort of sensitive teeth.

Ageing: what’s normal, what’s not

Outdoor shot of happy mature couple walking along the beach

Ageing: what’s normal, what’s not

Our bodies changes as we age, but what’s normal and what’s not normal?

The sin of ‘letting yourself go’

Retired woman with her smiling grandchild and fluffy dog

The sin of ‘letting yourself go’

In our youth-centric society, we are all under the microscope.

Myths and facts about your skin

How well do you know your own skin?

Myths and facts about your skin

We delve deep beneath the surface to learn more about the skin we’re in.

One-minute anti-ageing tips

One-minute anti-aging tips

One-minute anti-ageing tips

You don't need fancy lotions and expensive concoctions to make you look younger.

Say goodbye to grey hair and wrinkles

Man examining his grey hair and receding hairline

Say goodbye to grey hair and wrinkles

Wrinkles and grey hair could soon be a thing of the past.

Are you too old to wear jeans?

At what age should you stop wearing jeans?

Are you too old to wear jeans?

A new study declares the age at which you should stop wearing jeans.

Eating well as you age

Older couple cooking in kitchen with vegetables

Eating well as you age

It goes without saying that eating well is vital for everyone at all ages.

Humans can live how long…

Humans can live how long…

Humans can live how long…

Ageing experts say we have reached maximum of human longevity.

The upside of old

Kaye’s podcast on ageing positively

The upside of old

Our publisher, Kaye, spoke to ABC Overnights about the upside of ageing.

Looking fabulous over 50

Growing old(er) gracefully

Looking fabulous over 50

Have you, too, endured a ‘Julia’ moment when a salesperson snubs you?

Alcohol linked to improved health

Study links moderate alcohol consumption to improved health

Alcohol linked to improved health

A new report has drawn a correlation between moderate drinking and improved health.

Star’s reverse ageing regret

Courtney Cox says she regrets her attempts to reverse ageing

Star’s reverse ageing regret

Friends star Courtney Cox regrets her "horrible" attempts to reverse ageing.

The ageing revolution crisis

The ageing revolution crisis

The ageing revolution crisis

We need to recognise and embrace the economic potential of older workers.

How to boost low testosterone

Doctor holding testosterone sign with stethescope

How to boost low testosterone

Discover the symptoms of low testosterone and natural ways to boost it.

Does good body image come with age?

Does good body image come with age?

Does good body image come with age?

Does the voice in your head grow kinder as you get older?

Do you have the grey hair gene?

Top view of womans head showing grey roots

Do you have the grey hair gene?

Scientists have discovered the grey-hair gene and preventing greying could be next.

Five great myths of ageing

happy attractive middle aged couple enjoying a day out

Five great myths of ageing

Have older adults given up on hopes, dreams and sex? Not so, says recent research.

Grey is the new black

mature woman examining her grey hair

Grey is the new black

Grey hair is back in fashion so it's time to ditch the dye.

How to protect your eyesight

attractive mature lady having an eye test

How to protect your eyesight

Protect your vision and maintain the health of your eyes.

Best ways to boost your protein intake

A selection of protein boosting foods

Best ways to boost your protein intake

So what are the best ways to boost your protein intake?

More boomers considering euthanasia

Man taking pills to end his life

More boomers considering euthanasia

Older Australians are exploring the process of ‘rational suicide’.

Which vaccines should you have?

Which vaccines should you have?

Which vaccines should you have?

Which vaccinations should you consider as you age?

Do you want to live to 120?

Do you want to live to 120?

Do you want to live to 120?

Human trials for a drug that may slow the ageing process will start next year.

How will you look in the future?

How will you look in the future?

How will you look in the future?

These fun apps can show you how well your face will (or won’t!) age in ...

The big questions on ageing

The big questions on ageing

The big questions on ageing

Get answers to the big questions on ageing that relate to your health.

Midlife obesity linked to Alzheimer’s

Midlife obesity linked to Alzheimer’s

Midlife obesity linked to Alzheimer’s

Midlife obesity has been linked to an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s.

Why dieting and ageing don’t mix

Why dieting and ageing don’t mix

Why dieting and ageing don’t mix

Older Australians are eating “like body-conscious 20-year-olds”.

What women worry about most

What women worry about most

What women worry about most

Women are more concerned about weight and ageing than other health issues.

Retiring at 60 a pipedream

Retiring at 60 a pipedream

Retiring at 60 a pipedream

A report released yesterday has found that the notion of retiring at 60 is becoming ...

Loneliness in old age

Loneliness in old age

Loneliness in old age

Petra Bensted has created this photo essay to illustrate the loneliness felt by seniors.

Should you have your eyes checked?

Should you have your eyes checked?

Should you have your eyes checked?

How often should you have your eyes tested?

Savvy woman’s guide to menopause

Savvy woman’s guide to menopause

Savvy woman’s guide to menopause

While menopause is a natural part of ageing it’s not a ‘use by date’.

Get to know your menopause

Get to know your menopause

Get to know your menopause

Ladies, face the symptoms of your menopause, head on.

Ten early signs of dementia

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Ten early signs of dementia

Knowing the warning signs will help you get the timely support you need.

How to age

How to age

How to age

A deep and thoughtful look at what it means to age, how to do it ...

Wellbeing index for older people

Wellbeing index for older people

Wellbeing index for older people

The first ever index to measure the wellbeing of older people is now available

Is it ageing or depression?

Is it ageing or depression?

Is it ageing or depression?

The incidence of depression among seniors is quite high.

What is your life expectancy?

What is your life expectancy?

What is your life expectancy?

Drew was shocked to learn that he is only expected to live until just 68. ...

What do you look like?

What do you look like?

What do you look like?

Want to know how you’ll look in ten years time? Or how you would look ...

Is it all in the mind?

Ageing, all in the mind, Dr Harriet Radermacher, ageing process

Is it all in the mind?

Does the thought of growing older fill you with a sense of dread and ...

Work longer to delay dementia

Work longer to delay dementia

Work longer to delay dementia

It’s commonly accepted that exercising the brain can delay the onset of dementia and now ...

Ten things you may not know about dementia

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Ten things you may not know about dementia

There is a common misconception that dementia is a normal part of ageing, but ...

Ageing: all in the mind

Ageing, all in the mind, Dr Harriet Radermacher, ageing process

Ageing: all in the mind

In her article, Ageing: all in the mind , written for ...

Future age map

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Future age map

A recently released roadmap for research on ageing in Europe hopes to enable the ...

Facts and figures

Facts and figures

Facts and figures

While people may hear about Australia’s ageing population and the drain it will be ...

Intergenerational report explained

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Intergenerational report explained

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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