Aged care compounds becoming soft crime targets

crimeGLASGOW: Retirement villages and care homes imply a level of elevated safety in their commercial pitch to prospective customers.

But evidence is mounting that age-apartheid compounds are increasingly becoming soft crime targets and the care sector is trashing its reputation by doing nothing to effectively Read More »

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Research finds that ultrasound slows brain ageing

research-matrix-150x150BRADFORD: Treatment with scanning ultrasound has already been proven to reverse Alzheimer’s disease in mice, and now it appears it could also slow down ageing in healthy brains, according to University of Queensland research.

The research is the latest work from Professor Jürgen Götz’s lab Read More »

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Seniors housing developers compete for Global Award

trophyLONDON: The five hundred and eightieth entry for the seniors housing Global Awards 2016 has been received.

Traditional assisted living and skilled nursing models don’t fit everyone’s needs. This was the consensus of management at The Springs at Monarch Landing. “We were increasingly finding that Read More »

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Cars won’t be welcome in precinct on CBD’s doorstep

124922gwzn20y0zn6i0yy6150BRADFORD: Melbourne’s newest inner city suburbs would be easily accessed by underground trains, trams, buses and bikes under the state Government’s revised blueprint for the redevelopment. Residents and workers at Fishermans Bend will be expected to make only one in five trips by car and Read More »

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