AGEING

AGEING

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  1. Japan salarymen

    Commentary: The low-growth trap Japan is stuck in is spreading across the world

    We must recognise that the hurdles are a lot less technical, and a lot more political, says Mohamed A El-Erian
  2. The case follows the announcement that Dutch authorities are prosecuting a doctor for euthanising an

    Commentary: Caregivers are getting some support but deserve more care

    Consider how financial payments for family care can address the economic consequences of family caregiving, and how their impact can be maximised ...
  3. stock elderly 01

    New S$200 monthly grant to offset costs of long-term caregiving by end-2019: MOH

  4. FILE PHOTO: A retired couple sits on a bench in Enghien-les-Bains

    As we age, sexual activity still important for wellbeing

    The benefits of a healthy sex life aren't limited to young adults, according to a UK study that found intimacy and sexual activity are important ...
  5. Woman running (1)

    Put on your running shoes: Aerobic exercise like jogging could be key to successful ageing

    Research found that aerobic activities like jogging and interval training can make cells biologically younger but not weight training.
  6. Elderly and middle-aged people exercise with wooden dumbbells during a health promotion event to ma

    Commentary: Leading longer lives but are we still ageist?

    Throughout the world, healthy ageing is becoming a new norm, researchers say, yet many still hold stereotypical views of ageing and see older ...
  7. Elderly man using mobile phone

    Commentary: Fewer golden years as fertility drops and life expectancy rises

    Longer lifespans have lengthened the number of years people spend in retirement, which should prompt governments to think about how to manage the ...
  8. Dutchman young god 2

    Commentary: Like this man who's 69, do you also feel younger than your age?

    Those that feel young are much healthier, happier, and may live longer, one observer says.
  9. Elderly and middle-age people exercise with wooden dumbbells during a health promotion event to mar

    Commentary: The dangers of a fall for the elderly

    The sad thing is that most falls can be prevented, four observers say.
  10. Elderly. File photo TODAY

    Commentary: The hidden dividends of a longer life

    Most worry about the burden of longer life, but an ageing population could boost worker productivity, says one organisation behaviour expert.