6 things to try when it’s raining on your cruise
8 hidden treasures for seniors in Rio
Seeing a platypus in the wild is the thrill of a lifetime
3 easy yoga exercises to ease arthritic knees
4 tips for overcoming chronic lateness
What everyone needs to read about tinnitus
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Beauty & Style
Raspberry, coconut and pear cake with raspberry glaze
How to avoid chemicals in skincare products
Money & Banking
4 things you must do if your bankcard goes missing
How you can be a positive investor
Where the Royal Family gets all their money
3 handy websites to spark your inner artist
10 things you didn’t know about Frank Sinatra
10 famous authors reveal their favourite books
Incredible health benefits of using technology over 80
The everyday diet to defeat dementia
Looking on the bright side can lead to longer life
How I’m preparing to get Alzheimer’s
4 ways technology can combat loneliness
While loneliness can be an utterly heartbreaking feeling, there are more than enough solutions to help connect with others. Here are just a few of them.
The real reason behind why we cry
Could crying be a communication tool or a reaction to a rapid emotional shift? Here’s what the experts have to say.
5 home activities for children with and without ASD
The cancer blame game that doesn’t help anyone
Smelling this herb can improve memory and reduce risk of dementia
How exercise can help dementia patients
This could be the first sign of Alzheimer’s disease
Developing Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia in old age is a concern for many, but is a diminishing memory really the first symptom?
Sundowning and how it affects carers
Sundowning, or “Sundown Syndrome”, is a phenomenon that affects sufferers of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and similar conditions.
Web funerals “are making mourners lazier”
How viewing art can help people with dementia
If you develop Alzheimer’s, will your children get it too?
The long goodbye: precious time with my dying grandmother
5 myths about sleep and ageing debunked
To help sort through all the contradicting claims out there, we decided to debunk a few common myths about sleep and ageing.
Dealing with the loss of a pet
Losing a pet can be just as heartbreaking as losing any other loved one. We speak to a psychologist about overcoming such a heart-wrenching loss.
The best time of day for diabetics to exercise
Caring for your elderly parents from far away
How to protect yourself from falls
The best way to involve children in the care of a grandparent
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