Quarter Life Crisis: How To Handle It

Quarter Life Crisis: How To Handle It

As a counsellor, I have seen many young adults come in claiming that they are depressed. From my perspective what …

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Business Ideas: Why Being Senior Inclusive Adds Value

Business Ideas: Why Being Senior Inclusive Adds Value

How often do businesses engage as well as reach out to the matured and elderly? As the population ages, there would be an opportunity for businesses to fill in the gap. Businesses must move towards marketing that subtly appeal to an ageing demographic.

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Thoughts on superfoods (and antioxidants) – Part 2

Thoughts on superfoods (and antioxidants) – Part 2

So where does all this information leave us? Well, hopefully with a little less enthusiasm for overdosing on “superfoods” and especially antioxidant supplements – the evidence suggests that they won’t fix any major health issues induced by bad habits, and indeed might make things worse.

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Thoughts on superfoods (and antioxidants) – Part 1

Thoughts on superfoods (and antioxidants) – Part 1

What can be pretty annoying are things which are extravagantly marketed despite the fact that they cannot possibly match depicted expectations. One such item is a fad called “clean eating” – this irritates me because the term implies that if we do not embrace the foods faddists suggest, then somehow we would be eating dirty rubbish instead.

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Foolproof Your Home As You Age

Foolproof Your Home As You Age

Buying a house is a bit like planning for your wedding day — there are months packed with excitement, stress, planning, and then, finally, the big payoff. When you’ve started out a couple of decades ago to settle down and commit to the big stuff — spouses, houses and children trousers — daily living as an aged person was likely not a priority then.

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Transformation of a City: Identifying the gaps

Transformation of a City: Identifying the gaps

There is a shift of population from the countryside to city, facts and figures by United Nation show that, half of humanity (3.5 billion people) lives in cities today and by 2030, almost 60% of the world’s population will live in urban areas.

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Top tips for a well-designed, usable house:

Top tips for a well-designed, usable house:

A usable home has thoughtful design features that meet the needs of people of different ages and abilities over time.

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Food That Promote Brain Health

Food That Promote Brain Health

Experts agree that keeping our brain stimulated and healthy is our best preventive measure to minimise chances of developing the dementia and Alzheimer’s. One of the major factors in doing so is maintaining a healthy diet as our food plays huge part in our lives. Especially for those in nursing homes or in some form of recovering care, eating the right food Is essential to ensure you are giving your body what it needs and promoting a healthy brain.

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Making the Golden Years the Best Years

Making the Golden Years the Best Years

Co-housing is the development of private households with shared facilities that invoke a sense of community.

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Inside Design: Multigenerational Living In Aged Care Architecture

Inside Design: Multigenerational Living In Aged Care Architecture

A conversation with Woods Bagot Health & Science Sector Leader, Vic Benakovic and Health & Science Sector Specialist, Nikki Beckman discussing the design shift in Aged Care planning to a more holistic Multigenerational Living model. One of the most apparent challenges facing the aged care industry being the lack of aged friendly infrastructure, it is obvious that Malaysia is in need for an aged-friendly environment upgrade.

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Judges and executioners on social media

Judges and executioners on social media

SOME time back, I was out with my wife to buy a laptop and we met this pleasant saleswoman. She …

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Adventure and hobby tours can be fun

Adventure and hobby tours can be fun

WHEN planning a trip, we tend to think in terms of countries or cities. We rarely think about more specialised …

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Enjoy life but know the limitations

Enjoy life but know the limitations

AS we grow older, we start to change the way we think and act. That’s because we have to “be …

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Weekend getaways never looked so good

Weekend getaways never looked so good

WE ARE blessed to live in a country that boasts internationally-renowned tourist destinations such as George Town, Malacca, Sipadan, Langkawi …

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What you should eat if you’re losing hair

What you should eat if you’re losing hair

HAIR loss can be troubling to both men and women as they age. It can affect self-image and self-confidence, causing …

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There’s still hope with the kids

There’s still hope with the kids

“KIDS nowadays. Sigh!” This will always be a common lament, especially among parents. And it is not without reason that …

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Should you invest in travel insurance?

Should you invest in travel insurance?

WITH the popularity of travel going from strength to strength, it’s only natural for travellers to focus on the most …

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Retirees make exercise a priority

Retirees make exercise a priority

SENIOR citizens are changing the way we view retirement. It’s no longer the image of a elderly man sitting at …

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Charity comes from the heart

Charity comes from the heart

THEY say charity begins at home. This is not necessarily so. Charity begins from the heart. It can be carried …

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Top 5 staycations near KL

Top 5 staycations near KL

LIVING in the city can take its toll on your mind, body and even spirit. Which is why it is …

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