Life insurance is a crucial financial tool that provides peace of mind and financial security to individuals and their families.
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- Mind & Brain
Personalised Interventions in Older Adults Show Notable Improvements in Cognition and Dementia Risk Factors
A recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine presents groundbreaking findings in the fight against dementia.
As global demographics shift and the senior population grows rapidly worldwide, there is an intensifying need to improve care, living assistance, and quality of life for ageing groups.
Dementia, a condition that profoundly impacts individuals and societies, is on the rise globally, especially in low- and middle-income countries.
Ambitions are the driving force behind our actions and decisions.
- Mind & Brain
Scientists have demonstrated that communication among memory-coding neurons is disrupted with ageing and that this can begin in middle age.
- Health & Wellness
The number of Brits living to be 100 or more shows no sign of slowing.
Ovarian cancer is dangerous because it often goes undetected until it has spread beyond the ovaries, and the symptoms can also be attributed to other conditions.
Are you noticing changes in your sleep quality as you get older?
Researchers have found a gene that links deafness to cell death in the inner ear in humans.
As we scroll through social media, we see many people talking about getting lip fillers and going through BBL surgeries.
Ageing is often viewed through the lens of physical decline, but it also opens doors to deeper social connections, which are vital for maintaining cognitive and emotional health.
Just as healthy organs are vital to our well-being, healthy organelles are vital to the proper functioning of the cell.
As the years roll by, the importance of maintaining good health becomes more evident.