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Exposure to cold weather for prolonged periods of time can be dangerous. But by following some simple tips, we can help ourselves to stay healthy, safe and as comfortable as possible this winter.
Winter health tips
Julie Banks speaks to dietician and nutritionist Azmina Govindji about eating well over the colder months.
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Getting older doesn’t mean that our need for closeness and companionship goes away. Many people in their 50s and older find themselves newly single, or simply decide now’s the time to find a partner.
It is important that you know about the range of local services that can help you and your family members.
It’s that time of year when colds and flu seem to be everywhere. Read our 9 tips for preventing colds or flu.
720,000 older people are at risk in the Philippines after one of the strongest storms ever to hit land.
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