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Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Exploring the complexities of ageing, and offering a comprehensive look at health, wellness, and social care for elderly populations. It delves into mental and cognitive health, support for dementia patients, the impact of menopause, advancements in biological ageing measurement, technology for elder safety, and health challenges during pandemics. It also emphasises the importance of caregiving, physical activities, and creative engagements like poetry for the elderly, reflecting the wide range of medical and social aspects of ageing.

Action Needed to Prevent Future Hip Fracture Risks

Action needed now to avoid potential harms for future hip fracture patients. • NHS hospitals are not currently equipped to…

Are you ageist? England’s first ever anti-ageism campaign launches

Are you ageist? England’s first ever anti-ageism campaign launches as new research reveals high levels of age discrimination. The Centre…

Motivating Aging Parents for Improved Well-Being

How You Can Start Motivating Your Aging Parents to Boost Their Well-Being: As our parents age, their well-being becomes a…

The No.1 Menopause Doctor: They’re Lying To You About Menopause! Mary Claire Haver

Menopause symptoms, perimenopausal symptoms, weight loss, exercise, hormone replacement therapy. https://youtu.be/oQqcnYcKx68?si=z6z2hLETXlnCnwNj     If you enjoyed this, you will LOVE…

Nights on Lottie Launch for Carers’ Rights Day

To mark this year’s Carers’ Rights Day (Thursday 23rd November 2023), Later Living Marketplace Lottie are launching their annual Night’s…

BGS provides free Frailty elearning course

BGS provides Frailty elearning course free for all healthcare professionals: The British Geriatrics Society has updated and relaunched its Frailty…

Brits upskilling for brain health

Latest research into learning, skills and interests reveals that almost nine in ten (85 percent) Brits consider themselves to be…

How to support a person with dementia during fireworks

For a person with dementia, loud noises can confuse, scare or trigger unwanted past memories. Read Alzheimer’s Society’s top tips…

‘major differences’ in hospitals’ responses during the pandemic

A Scotland-wide audit of hospital admissions recorded before, during and after the covid lockdowns has uncovered major differences in geriatric…

Golf, walking and Nordic walking may enhance cognitive function in older adults

Playing a single 18-hole round of golf or completing 6 km of either Nordic walking or regular walking may significantly…

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