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All night long

Often it’s the nighttime that affects dementia patients the most, with nocturnal tendencies a normal occurrence. A new overnight program is hoping to change the lives of dementia patients and their carers.


When researching their recently published book, Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life, Héctor García and Francesc Miralles ventured to the Japanese village Ogimi.


Extensive studies support the long-held view that the regular consumption of coffee has significant health benefits.


Find your way through

When you lose a loved one, each member of your family is also losing someone they deeply care about. And sometimes, they’ll need you to lean on.


Catch it early

Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world, yet people so often ignore the symptoms. But, with one of the highest success rates for treatment, it’s crucial to catch it early.


Caring for grandchildren may prolong life

A recent study suggests that there is a link between caring for children and life expectancy in people aged 70 or older.


Fear of flying? We’re here to help

Aviophobia is a pretty common fear in Australia. For the one in four Aussies who suffer, flying can be a horrible experience. Here’s what you can do to help. 

50/50 rule – caring for your parents

There are almost three million unpaid carers in Australia, most of whom are family members. But what happens when one sibling is pulling more of the weight? 

Summer skin tips

Our skin really dries out in winter and while spring is the time to rejuvenate it, summer is most definitely the time to protect it.



A laughing matter?

Cancer survivor Ros Ben-Moshe knows the healing power of a good laugh.

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