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06/07/2016 - Assisted dying uptake explored
Doctors have reported the first systematic survey of the impact of the legalisation of assisted dying in a growing number of countries and states. More

16/06/2016 - Exercise backed for elderly
Pensioners should set a target of achieving at least 15 minutes a day of exercise, a conference has heard. More

06/06/2016 - Less dopamine leads to fewer gambling risks
Declining levels of dopamine mean older people are less likely to choose risky gambles than younger people because they are no longer attracted by potential rewards, according to a new study. More

15/04/2016 - Greek dancing improves strength in elderly heart patients
Elderly people with heart failure could embrace their inner Zorba the Greek and get dancing after a study found that Greek dancing improves their strength and ability to jump. More

31/03/2016 - Cut treatment burden of multiple conditions - NICE
Doctors should take steps to reduce the "burden" of multiple medicines faced by patients with multimorbidity, according to draft guidance published today in England. More

29/03/2016 - Exercise keeps older people’s brains sharper
Older people who take part in vigorous exercise help to keep their minds sharp, a new US study has revealed. More

18/03/2016 - Paracetamol 'ineffective' for treating osteoarthritis
Paracetamol does not alleviate osteoarthritis pain, according to a major analysis published today. More

18/03/2016 - Test to identify Alzheimer's early unveiled
A simple test has been developed that could detect Alzheimer’s disease 15 years before it takes hold of the body – and potentially help with prevention, researchers say. More

16/03/2016 - Gene tests do not change lifestyle
Gene screening tests do not lead to individuals changing their lifestyle, researchers warn today. More

03/03/2016 - How happiness can harm the heart
Joyful events can trigger acute stress cardiomyopathy or Takotsubo syndrome, according to a European study published today. More

03/03/2016 - Increased health burden for older people
Elderly people are developing more chronic conditions than ever before, according to a new UK analysis. More

29/02/2016 - Wellbeing increases in the seventh decade
Wellbeing increases after people reach their sixties, the UK’s longest running cohort study reveals today. More

12/02/2016 - Pensioners living longer than ever
England's pensioners now have their highest life expectancy ever, according to a report published yesterday. More

24/12/2015 - Care homes key to sepsis drive
A drive to reduce deaths from sepsis will focus on the care home sector, it was announced yesterday. More

11/12/2015 - Alcohol link to Alzheimer's health
Patients with Alzheimer's may benefit from moderate consumption of alcohol, according to a new study. More

09/12/2015 - Ageing in the UK gets better
There has been a reduction in cognitive impairment and a rise in the proportion of life spent healthy in England in the last 20 years, researchers say today. More

28/10/2015 - Gene links to ageing uncovered
New genetic findings should help scientists uncover the secrets of human ageing, researchers have reported. More

28/09/2015 - Care of elderly with breast cancer varies across Europe
Elderly patients with breast cancer get widely varying levels of treatment across Europe, according to a new study. More

16/09/2015 - Quality barrier mars chocolate-Alzheimer's study
Cocoa extracts have potential to help with Alzheimer's disease prevention - but scientists are struggling to obtain consistent samples, researchers say. More

07/09/2015 - Test could show "biological age"
A new molecular test could show how well a person is ageing, it is revealed today. More

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