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  1. Christy Chung and Aaron Kwok

    Christy Chung and Aaron Kwok in their 50s: The truth about celeb diets and workouts

    We see celebrities of a certain vintage flaunting their bods on social media – but can we really look as good as them? Are there red flags when it ...
  2. Ageing successfully by keeping active and rethinking work | Video
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    Ageing successfully by keeping active and rethinking work | Video

    As Singaporeans live longer, planning for life after retirement is key to successful ageing. From keeping active through volunteering or seeking ...
  3. Japan's Demographic Time Bomb
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    Ep 15: Japan's Demographic Time Bomb

    Japan tackles traditional values to deal with a labour shortage, sparked by rapidly decreasing birth rates and an ageing society.
  4. Central Bank Action
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    Ep 43: Central Bank Action

    What is being done to prevent a credit crunch during the COVID-19 pandemic? Getting creative with supply chains after the coronavirus disruptions.
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    Brightening the golden years of our older generation

    Associate Professor Angelique Chan’s research has helped make ageing a healthier, happier journey for older Singaporeans.
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    Commentary: You don’t have to age and grow frail alone. Nurses have your back

    The role of nurses has evolved tremendously in recent years to tackle old-age frailty and management of chronic wounds, says veteran nurse Yong ...
  7. Why it's good to be old even in a pandemic HERO

    Health expert: 'Older people are better positioned to cope with stresses, including this pandemic'

    That ageing can make us better than ever may be the biggest dirty little secret of all time.
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    Commentary: COVID-19 - an ageing world makes it harder to fight pandemics

    With greater life expectancy now than before, it has become more expensive to fight an outbreak, says Andrew Scott.
  9. China COVID-19

    Commentary: Four ways seniors can stay connected during COVID-19

    Along with the risk of coronavirus infection comes the risk of social isolation, says an observer.