Wellbeing

How to create an illusion of thicker hair

How to create an illusion of thicker hair

Way back in my late teens, I despised my hair. Queensland humidity was a bully of natural curls.
Ramp up your strength and resistance training year on year

Ramp up your strength and resistance training year on year

The good news is if you’ve never been for a run in your life, there is no need to take it up now*. 
What Are the Benefits of Gardening?

What Are the Benefits of Gardening?

As our cultures increasingly become technologically obsessed and nature deprived, now, more than ever, is the best time to engage in benefic...
Exercise prescription for all cancer patients

Exercise prescription for all cancer patients

Leading health organisations endorse a dramatic change to how we treat cancer Exercise should be prescribed to all cancer patients as a stan...
Guide Dogs is recruiting for the best job in the world!

Guide Dogs is recruiting for the best job in the world!

Guide Dogs Australia is calling for pre-retirees to apply for the ultimate job…Raising a Guide Dog puppy.
FANCY A SHORT WORKING HOLIDAY?

FANCY A SHORT WORKING HOLIDAY?

2018 marks the 39th year of a volunteer bush regeneration project in the iconic coastal National Park of Crowdy Bay, on the NSW Mid North Co...
Connect with aged care support services

Connect with aged care support services

It’s never too early to find out about what aged care services and supports are available before you need them.
Manage your vices and gain $50 a week

Manage your vices and gain $50 a week

By Anna Rogan Are your vices getting in the way of a good holiday? Imagine what could you do with an extra $50 plus a week in your wallet?
How to stay healthy during a season of gluttony

How to stay healthy during a season of gluttony

By Anna Rogan Everyone deserves to indulge a little while celebrating and spending time with family and friends. 
Healthy Living After 65 Years

Healthy Living After 65 Years

As we grow older we all want to remain fit and active for as long as we can and the question is, what types of dietary patterns are likely t...
Fellas, It’s Time To Get on The Wellness Wagon

Fellas, It’s Time To Get on The Wellness Wagon

“Wellness” seems to be the word of the moment, with its alluring connotations of spa treatments, alternative health regimes, nutritional...
Music therapy: there’s more to it than meets the ear

Music therapy: there’s more to it than meets the ear

By Lyndal Phillips The mystery and magic of music Music can evoke powerful emotions. Just a few bars of a song can transport us back to the...
Why Dementia Education is Critical: A Firsthand Perspective

Why Dementia Education is Critical: A Firsthand Perspective

Regional Dementia Conference Highlights Importance of meaningful engagement “Dementia is not the end of the road.
RetireAustralia to ask “R U OK?” this September

RetireAustralia to ask “R U OK?” this September

RetireAustralia will take part in R U OK? Day this September, with events at retirement villages across Queensland, New South Wales, and Sou...
The Bottom Line – Bowel Cancer Australia

The Bottom Line – Bowel Cancer Australia

Winter Wellness The colder temperatures can provide a great excuse to eat more and exercise less, but don’t let a change in season chan...
5th National Elder Abuse Conference, Sydney

5th National Elder Abuse Conference, Sydney

5th National Elder Abuse Conference, Sydney – ‘Together Making Change’ – Call for Abstracts now OPEN!
The Magic Mushroom

The Magic Mushroom

A new anti-ageing supplement is derived from a simple mushroom. Lions Mane as the name suggests is a hairy white bearded mushroom from an As...
Sleep well, insomnia

Sleep well, insomnia

One of life’s more frustrating opportunities is having the time and a place to sleep, but not being able to.
Fitness for your brain

Fitness for your brain

Mind Exercise can ward off dementia & alzheimer’s according to the latest studies.
How to care for your ageing pet cat

How to care for your ageing pet cat

By Anna Rogan My life has been enriched by animals of all types, none more so than my first pet, a cat named Chinny who lived to the grand o...