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World Heart Day: Preventing Heart Disease & Promoting Healthier Living

Written by Stannah on 24th September 2020

“Listen to your heart.” It’s a phrase we hear a lot. It might be your favourite line from a classic romantic comedy or sound advice delivered to you by a cherished loved one. Regardless of where you first encountered the phrase, the idea that our hearts are central to who we are as people has […]

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Makeup for women over 50 and the beauty of mature skin

Written by Stannah on 14th August 2020

It doesn’t really matter how old we are, we all like to look good and show our natural beauty. We embrace the lines around our eyes and mouth as a sign of how far we’ve come and of a life well-lived. But maintaining a healthy glow is also important for our self-esteem and that’s where […]

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Live Safer at Home: Tips for Preventing Falls

Written by Stannah on 12th August 2020

When it comes to ageing, our thinking is often reactionary. Much of the narrative is set around what to do if X, Y and Z happens. So often, we look for answers after the problem has occurred and there is no other choice but to act. Instead of waiting for something to go wrong, let’s […]

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Common Misconceptions that Might Hinder the Joy of the Aging Process

Written by Stannah on 10th August 2020

The later years of life often feature an increase in expendable time, allowing for new experiences and connections. Unfortunately, some elderly people may feel as if they are no longer productive or valuable. It is important as caretakers and family members to help our loved ones embrace the fact that “old age” can be filled […]

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The Science Behind Functional Balance: improving your awareness of your balance health

Written by Stannah on 21st May 2020

As the number of over 65s grows rapidly, concern has grown about the quality of life of the elderly. The concern is even greater if we consider that old age is associated with multiple biological risk factors like muscle weakness, reducing functional balance control or gait disorders, which lead to a higher incidence of falls. […]

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