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07/08/2015 - Dementia problem is beyond age - Professor
The spread of dementia in the western world may not just be the result of populations ageing, according to a new study. More

05/08/2015 - Religion key to elderly mental health
Churches are one of the greatest sources of mental well-being for elderly Europeans, researchers have reported. More

04/08/2015 - A little activity keeps pensioners going
Pensioners continue to benefit from keeping a little bit active - even if they struggle to meet targets for physical fitness, researchers say today. More

24/07/2015 - How drugs are beating breast cancer
Aromatase inhibitors save significantly more post-menopausal women from breast cancer than tamoxifen, according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

04/06/2015 - Ubble trouble for some from death forecast
A new risk of death prediction system for middle-aged people has 80% accuracy, researchers reported today. More

15/05/2015 - Keeping active key to elderly health?
Elderly men benefit massively from taking half an hour's exercise a day, researchers report today. More

13/05/2015 - What can prevent muscle wastage?
The evidence on the effects of diet and exercise on ageing is unclear and inconsistent, researchers say today. More

01/05/2015 - Centenarians do not smoke
A classic joke refers to a smoking and drinking centenarian - but a new study in Sweden has found that most long-living people do not use tobacco. More

30/04/2015 - People will live longer than official predictions
People will live longer than the current official estimates predict and regional inequalities will continue to rise steadily, researchers claim today. More

30/04/2015 - Challenging work can prevent brain ageing
The type of work you do in your career may have a greater impact on your brain health in old age than your level of education, a new study reveals. More

10/04/2015 - Arts and crafts help prevent memory problems
People who participate in arts and crafts and who socialise in middle and old age are helping their brains to slow down memory problems that often lead to dementia. More

07/04/2015 - Elderly face growing melanoma risk
Cases of melanoma among the elderly have increased nearly ten-fold in 40 years as the impact of Mediterranean package holidays is felt, it has been revealed. More

02/04/2015 - Elderly suffer from late cancer diagnosis
The over-60s are most likely to have cancer diagnosed through an emergency admission to hospital, according to figures published today. More

12/03/2015 - Cleaning and cooling harms care home resident lungs
Residents of nursing homes may be suffering lung damage from poor air quality linked to factors such as cleaning products and cooling systems, according to a major European study today. More

15/01/2015 - Happiness link to female bone health
Happy women have stronger bones than others when they reach old age, according to Finnish researchers. More

15/01/2015 - Ageing gene study for Roslin
Scottish researchers have announced plans to track down the genetic contribution to "successful" ageing. More

06/01/2015 - ‘Age optimally’ by exercising
Staying active enables people to age optimally and “buy extra years of function”, a study published today shows. More

19/12/2014 - Psychiatric drugs over-used?
Powerful psychiatric drugs are mainly being used for common mental illnesses – often for elderly patients, researchers say today. More

09/12/2014 - Discovery may aid battle against age effects
British researchers say they have made a key step in the battle against the ageing of the human body. More

26/11/2014 - Socialising boosts health 'literacy'
Older adults can maintain a good understanding of health if they regularly use the internet and take part in social events, researchers say today. More

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