Meals on Wheels NSW has collaborated with chef Christopher Thé and a team of scientists to create a special 'brain-friendly' cake.
A new poll by the University of Michigan shows that people with worse mental or physical health are more likely to experience fraud.
Aquatic high-intensity interval training may provide a safe alternative to people with chronic conditions who are unable to perform land-based training.
A study has found that renting has a stronger link to faster 'biological ageing' compared to unemployment or being a former smoker.
US and South African researchers have assessed which drugs prescribed to older adults may be associated with poor road test performance over time and could be impairing their ability to drive.
An American study has found psychological factors are a contributing element to developing digestive diseases among older adults.
The National Ageing Research Institute has emphasised the health of older women in the lead-up to its Annual Summit, which will showcase programs aimed at promoting their health and wellbeing.
A new Japanese study is found to have lowered the risk of frailty by 40% in older adults with the help of community-based services.
Lucy Temby from Cranbrook Care reflects on how meaningful lifestyle activities enrich the lives of older residents.
Women can competently take over financial decision-making when they perceive a decline in their husband's cognitive ability, but the same can't be said for men, according to University of Queensland research.
Australians aged 65 and over had an average of 13.7 missing teeth in 2017–18, according to data from the Australian Institute of Health & Welfare.
Most people's memory function gradually declines as they age; however, 'superagers' appear to be able to avoid this age-related deterioration.
Research shows that even brief sessions of mild exercise — such as walking and yoga — can yield improvements in cognitive function in older adults.