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Unlocking the Hidden Benefits of Tai Chi at any Age

Unlocking the Hidden Benefits of Tai Chi at any Age

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese practice that has been gaining popularity in recent years for its many health benefits. It is a gentle form of exercise that involves slow, flowing movements that can be performed by people of all ages and fitness levels. Tai Chi has been...

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Unlocking the Natural Healing Powers of Raw Honey

Unlocking the Natural Healing Powers of Raw Honey

Raw honey is a natural sweetener that's been used for thousands of years for its health benefits. Unlike processed honey, raw honey is unfiltered, unpasteurised, and unheated. This means that all the natural enzymes, vitamins, and minerals are still intact, making it...

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Longevity: Unraveling the Secrets of Living Longer

Longevity: Unraveling the Secrets of Living Longer

Longevity has always been a topic of interest for people of all ages. We all want to know the secrets of living longer and healthier lives. While some attribute it to genetics, others believe that lifestyle choices play a major role. But what is the truth about...

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CPR: Empowering Every Individual to be a Lifesaver

CPR: Empowering Every Individual to be a Lifesaver

Every year, thousands of people around the world suffer from cardiac arrest, a condition where the heart suddenly stops beating. Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, at any time, and without warning. The chances of survival decrease by 7-10% every minute that passes...

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Pomegranates: why are they so good for you

Pomegranates: why are they so good for you

Pomegranates are an ancient fruit that has been revered in many cultures for centuries. Known for their ruby-red seeds and sweet-tangy flavour, they are not only delicious but also packed with nutrients and health benefits. Recent studies have shown that pomegranates...

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Age-defying reflexes – tips to maintain your sharpness.

Age-defying reflexes – tips to maintain your sharpness.

As we get older, the speed of our reflexes tends to decline. This is partly due to changes in our nervous system. The transmission of signals between our brain and muscles becomes slower, resulting in delayed reaction times. Additionally, age-related muscle loss and decreased muscle strength can also contribute to slower reflexes. Here are 5 ways you can maintain and improve your reflexes.

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5 Proven Ways to Avoid Dementia

5 Proven Ways to Avoid Dementia

As we age, our mind, like the rest of our body, changes. This is normal, but some people experience more dramatic changes than others. Dementia is a broad term that refers to a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. It can cause problems with memory, language skills, judgment and other cognitive functions.  Some people may have difficulty remembering recent events or following directions…

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Skin cancer prevention – the importance of checking your skin

Skin cancer prevention – the importance of checking your skin

Let’s talk about the importance of skin health. When it comes to skin cancer prevention, having a regular and thorough check-up is imperative. Why is this important? Because if it is caught early, skin cancer can be cured. It is important to remember that you don’t have to have spent hours and hours…

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How socialising can impact how long you live.

How socialising can impact how long you live.

Your social life has a huge effect on your health. Studies show that people who have strong positive relationships with family members and friends are less likely to develop heart disease or cancer. These studies have shown that the more social support you have, the longer you’ll live.

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Balance and exercise are essential in preventing falls.

Balance and exercise are essential in preventing falls.

According to Australian government health reports, falls are the leading cause of injury in older Australians, accounting for over 30% of all hospital admissions. The risk of falling increases with age and are generally linked to a decline in balance, strength, flexibility, and muscle mass.

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