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Seniors are conquering lockdown with technology

Seniors are conquering lockdown with technology

Social isolation is currently one of the most daunting obstacles facing seniors all around the world, particularly those who live on their own. But, while we’re all feeling very sad about the lack of face to face human interaction due to the restrictions and bans on social gatherings, we are overcoming this enforced distancing using technology. I find it incredibly heartening to see that our seniors are also embracing this golden opportunity to get savvy with technology!

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We remain open for business!

We remain open for business!

The COVID-19 virus is having a significant impact here in Australia and around the world. With everything going on, it’s understandable if you feel stressed, or begin to worry about how you will take care of the basics, including keeping you and your loved ones fed with healthy and nutritious meals.

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Don’t forget the healthy food choices this Easter!

Don’t forget the healthy food choices this Easter!

Easter here in Australia is usually characterised by lots and lots of chocolate. In general, we eat so much chocolate and sugary products that it’s contributing to our obesity epidemic. More than 60% of Australian adults and one in four children suffer from the ill-effects from excessive sugar consumption.

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Think heart-healthy this Valentine’s Day

Think heart-healthy this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is usually associated with romance and symbolised by hearts and flowers. Heart Research Australia is turning this traditional view of Valentine’s Day on its head by asking Australians to honour those close to our hearts by wearing red and raising money for life-saving research and lifting awareness of heart disease.

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How to get your health and budget back on track in the New Year

How to get your health and budget back on track in the New Year

The holiday season is a great time for enjoying entertainment, recreation and time with family and friends. After the busyness of the festive period begins to settle down, however, the distractions of family, fun and food fade away and we return to our regular routines.

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Dishes from all over the world

Dishes from all over the world

January 26th is a date recognised by many and represents more than just a sunny day in the middle of summer. On this day, Australians celebrate Australia Day, a public holiday set aside to recognise our country’s merits, relax and enjoy recreational activities, and celebrate the nation that people from so many diverse cultures call home.

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The Sandwich Generation

The Sandwich Generation

As our senior population grows in Australia, a new generation of young adults are faced with individuals that are ‘sandwiched' between aging parents and adult children. Therefore, being quite literally referred to as ‘the sandwich generation'. Providing emotional and financial support to both their children and their parents simultaneously.

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Uber Eats or something a little healthier?

Uber Eats or something a little healthier?

Most young Australians are opting for food delivery apps such as Uber Eats and other take away options rather than spending the time to do a regular grocery shop and cook up a good meal. This is mainly due to being time poor, and they are therefore simply not able to get around to turning groceries into nutritious meals.

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Stop the shop

Stop the shop

For many of us it’s no big deal to pop out to the shops at the last minute to quickly purchase that forgotten item required for the next meal. Even though many of us do lead very busy lives, it is not that difficult to jump in the car and get what’s needed. But spare a thought for the elderly and disabled for whom even thinking about having to do their weekly shopping is nothing less than a nightmare.

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National diabetes week kicks off 14th July

National diabetes week kicks off 14th July

National diabetes week is a great platform for creating awareness for the disease and to start conversations about it. We’d like to take this opportunity to discuss ‘Hypos’ and what they mean to those living with diabetes and what you can do as a friend or family member to help someone through one as they usually happen when least expected.

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