Beyond Diet and Exercise: The Social Way to Add Years to Your Life
Diet, exercise and a healthy lifestyle are all important, but research has shown that having a wholesome social life can also add years to your life. Find out what researcher Dan Buettner discovered when he studied populations with the longest life expectancy and most centenarians.
How Can Strength Training Help Before, During and After Menopause?
Muscle and bone loss can start in your 30s, increasing your risk of fractures and other health problems from 50 onwards. Find out how simple strength training exercises can protect you from health complications, as well as helping to combat the symptoms associated with menopause.
Why Your Weight Loss Goal Might Be Dangerous
'New year new me' is all very well, but research suggests that in some cases weight loss can be harmful. Find out why over 65s might have better health outcomes if their weight is slightly higher than traditional BMI guidelines suggest.