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4 best cruise destinations for wine lovers

Over60 native article for Flight Centre If you ask us, the best part about travelling is the opportunity to sink yourself into the local culture, and what better way to do just that than to indulge in the region’s signature food and wine. Whether you’re a foodie or a wine lover (or both!), Europe has […]

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Where to find the help you need this holiday season

Over60 native article for Just Better Care No matter how much you love celebrating Christmas and ringing in the new year, there’s no denying that the festive season is one of the busiest and most stressful times of year. In fact, according to one UK survey, it’s the sixth most stressful life event – yet we […]

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The deadly cancer with a survival rate of less than 8%

Over60 native article for the Garvan Institute With a five-year survival rate of just 7.7 per cent, pancreatic cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer-related deaths in Australia – but awareness of the disease is at an alarmingly low 15 per cent, research from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research has found. As a result, research […]

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Why cherries could be the secret to relieving gout

Over60 NZ native article for Abeeco While the festive season is a time of joy and excitement for many, for gout sufferers, it can signal one of the most painful times of year. From indulgent roasts and Christmas puddings to rich wines and summer cocktails, many gout sufferers find themselves prone to more regular attacks. […]

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Accessing the wealth locked in your home

Over60 native article for Homesafe Life doesn’t always go to plan. Medical emergencies, legal difficulties and other unexpected costs can throw off your grand retirement plans and leave you struggling to pay the bills, let alone maintaining your lifestyle as you age. And when this happens, what can you do? Downsizing isn’t always a solution […]

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Do I have enough super if I live beyond 90?

Over60 native article for AustralianSuper “If I retired now, would I have enough money to last if I live into my 90s?” It’s a question many people approaching retirement ask themselves as they edge towards the exciting stage of their lives. The good news is that it’s not something that all Australians – even those […]

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The issue no one talks about that affects up to 50% of post-menopausal women

Over60 NZ native article for Dr Anju Basu As we age, it’s only natural for our mind and body to go through changes – some welcome, some not so welcome. While we can all appreciate the wisdom and lust for life that comes with growing older, there’s one thing in particular that all women would […]

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How I rediscovered a love of learning in retirement

Over60 native article for AustralianSuper As the life expectancy of Australians continues to grow, many find themselves working longer than they expected – or even hoped. As such, a growing number of over-60s are choosing to give themselves a competitive edge by taking community classes, completing online courses and even going to university. Over60 community […]

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Is it possible to detect Parkinson’s sooner?

Over60 native article for the Garvan Institute Parkinson’s disease has long been a source of confusion, misinformation and misunderstanding, with many believing it to simply be “the shakes”. But there is so much more to this cruel and complex disease. According to Parkinson’s Australia, there are currently around 70,000 people affected by the disease in this […]

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600g premature baby beat the odds thanks to you

Over60 NZ native article for Wellington Hospitals Foundation Four months ago, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Wellington Children’s Hospital received an urgent call for help. A Wairarapa woman, just 24 weeks into her pregnancy, was bleeding heavily and required an emergency caesarean. Since Wairarapa Hospital is not able to adequately tend to such a […]

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