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Capt John Lim has learned all kinds of martial arts and qigong. He still retains his youthful looks and a full head of black hair, thanks to his positive outlook and healthy lifestyle.
It seems so innocuous, but having too much earwax poses an unrecognised risk in long-term care for the elderly, with effects that reach beyond hearing loss.
An eye exam, tested in a small group of senior volunteers, shows promise in predicting Alzheimer’s decades before symptoms appear.
There’s more to a tour leader’s job than to just wave tiny flags around for their travel group to see. This week, we take a look at what tour leaders do.
Alzheimer’s disease exerts a heavy toll on patients and their loved ones. Support services and education to help families cope are urgently needed.
It’s time to debunk negative stereotypes and change the way we think about ageing.
Taiwanese author and cultural commentator Lung Ying-tai shares the lesson she learned about dismissing the wisdom of older folk when, as a teenager, she summarily dismissed an aged lecturer only learning after he died how much wisdom he had to share.
In a landmark study, researchers say a simple memory test with word lists correctly identifies those with Alzheimer’s disease.
A public dance craze that has become China's national pastime has been extolled by its government as a great way to keep healthy.