Research finds seniors are increasingly embracing social media platforms, especially Facebook, over the past year.
It is estimated that one in ten adults experience depression and a similar number experience anxiety. According to beyondblue CEO, Georgie Harman, “Mental health conditions are even more common among older people in the community”.
A recent study finds participants dismissed cancer 'alarm' symptoms as being more related to age, arthritis or infection.
Whether you’re already retired or preparing for it, your love of books is likely to grow. With extra time on your hands, reading a good book is the perfect pastime, especially when it’s combined with a cuppa and a comfy chair. So what should you be reading?
We’re sure you are aware that stimulating the mind as you age is a fantastic way to keep the mind active and healthy. Health professionals recommend continual learning and one great thing to learn if you haven’t already is how to navigate the world of apps.
As brain deterioration is a common problem for older people, the discovery of ways to improve brain health is in high demand.