Spring is a time to celebrate as it marks the end of the dark, cold winter as we move into blue skies and warmer days. With the change of seasons, comes the arrival of allergies. If you are sneezing, you are not alone. Many people are allergic to grass, pollen, grasses and mold. It is essential to make sure that you are equipped with the knowledge to protect yourself against allergies. Our infographic gives you the information you need to know.
What’s the connection between menopause and osteoporosis? Here’s our guide that explains the link on how to live with osteoporosis after menopause.
As we look out for those around us, it’s important that we also take some time to look after ourselves: get some ‘me time’ with these wellbeing habits. Follow self-care activities that can improve your mood positively, help in coping with stress and reduce symptoms of mental health .
It’s the start of the new year and there are many resolutions we want for ourselves. Some of us may feel the urge to purchase a few dumbbells or a yoga mat to get fit and some of us want to work on ourselves in 2020.
What should my new year's resolutions for 2020 be as a senior? How to maximise your health for a vibrant and happy new decade?
Australia's bushfire smoke has covered the country and air pollution levels have reached catastrophic levels, with Canberra indexing 22 times “hazardous”. Which facemask will protect you from the impact of the dangerous bushfire smoke?
Finding a gift for a senior loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is not always easy. We have compiled a gift guide with high-quality presents to bring joy and ease the day-to-day difficulties of living with dementia. Hopefully, this will help make your search a stress-free and easier one this holiday season.
Buying a Christmas gift for someone with arthritis isn’t always easy. That’s why we’ve made this gift guide full of ideas for presents that will make their journey a little easier.
Choosing the perfect gift for your ageing parent, grandparent friend or loved one can be difficult. Elderly love staying independent and maintaining their quality of life, so below we discuss some gift ideas that will assist them with basics in and around the house. This blog will give you inspiration for great Christmas gifts!
Can bushfire smoke affect your asthma? During bushfire season, the air quality can drastically deteriorate posing a significant health risk for those suffering from Asthma, COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema and heart conditions. This article will advise you on the hazards of bushfire smoke and precautions you need to take to minimise the negative effects of the bushfire smoke.
Raised toilet seats are a practical solution for our loved ones with reduced mobility and strength. They help by increasing the height of standard toilet seat thereby reducing the efforts and sometimes the pain associated with using the toilet. Find out all the details in this blog.
If you find it difficult to put on your socks because you have a problem with reaching to your feet or bending, then a sock aid might be an ideal assistive device for you.