Healthy Ageing

Whether you are in your 30's, 50s, or 70's, your age reflects how you treat your body. Discover how to care for your body at every age, embrace healthy ageing, and live a long, healthy and joyful life.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), healthy ageing should not be confused with being free from disease. Many people can still live with several health conditions yet enjoy life well into their golden years. Instead, look at healthy ageing as an opportunity to maintain or improve physical and mental health so you can continue to experience a good quality of life. For some, this might mean a healthy diet and regular exercise. For others, developing health habits is important.
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Adult Acne: Understanding the Causes and How to Treat Them

Adult acne is not unusual. Sadly, it’s becoming more common, due to the prolonged wear of facial protective equipment. Find out the leading causes of acne and some home remedies to treat it.

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After Cataract Surgery: What to Expect

Cataract is a common eye disease that can lead to blindness. The only treatment for this condition is cataract surgery. Here’s what to do before and after the surgery.

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Discover These 5 Herbs for Skin Nourishment

Our skin mirrors what is happening inside the body. This article shares a list of TCM herbs that can help nourish the skin from within.

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When you learn how to embrace the journey of getting older, it will be easier for you to be present in your own life and enjoy milestones as they come. Good health is the key to happiness. So, waste no time and start today for a better tomorrow.

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