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Important ways to reduce the risk of dementia

Keeping your brain active and healthy is important at every age. While the exact causes of dementia are still being investigated, it’s accepted that there are some key things we can do to manage the risk factors.

A beginner’s guide to getting started with Pilates

It's never too late to start a Pilates practice. This low-impact, full-body exercise program will strengthen your core, reduce the load on your back and improve your mobility. It basically makes you feel better!


Prevent muscle and strength loss and increase energy in retirement

Retirement doesn’t automatically mean we slow down. We’re choosing to remain active much later in life than in the past, so we need to stay strong and healthy.

Why e-bikes can be a fun way to exercise outdoors

It’s time to get on your e-bike! Electric bikes are a great way to see the sights, and despite the extra pedal assistance you’re getting health and fitness benefits as well.


Reminders for maintaining good oral health

The week of August 1-7 is Dental Health Week, and the Australian Dental Association (ADA) is encouraging all Australians to “keep your teeth and smile for life” with some oral health maintenance tips and reminders.

Don’t let poor circulation cramp your quality of life

Imagine if you could not enjoy your daily walk without experiencing pain, or if your muscles felt sore and cramped even when relaxing. Sadly one in five Australians experience poor circulation, and when this occurs it can have real impacts on quality of life. 


How to stay warm through winter

Are you prepared for the looming colder weather? As winter fast approaches, it’s time to think about staying cosy and warm while enjoying life inside and outside your home.


Are you ready for flu season?

It’s almost that time of year again, so we’ve got some handy advice to help you avoid the flu without spending the season indoors.


The common heart valve disease your GP should check for

A heart check-up with a GP is at the core of understanding your heart health and function, and general wellbeing. Aortic Stenosis (AS) is one of the most common and serious heart valve diseases.

The benefits of low-impact exercises and activities

Regardless of age, exercise remains a key component of a healthy lifestyle. But arthritis and reduced bone density can limit strength, flexibility and balance, so it’s important to participate in forms of exercise that don’t place too much stress on your body.


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