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Brain Health

Evidence shows that people who stay active, connected and keep learning new things are less likely to develop dementia. And for people living with the early stages of dementia, brain health activities may help slow down the progression. Here, we provide tips for keeping your brain as healthy as possible.

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Downsizing: 5 simple tips to get started

Have you ever looked around the house and felt a bit overwhelmed by the clutter surrounding you? Do you dream of living a minimalistic lifestyle? Is excessive clutter around the house causing you stress and affecting how you live life? Downsizing isn’t a new topic for many of us, especially
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5 tips for brain health

As we age, our brain changes and mental function changes along with it as we get older. Although it is one of the most common consequence of ageing, there are ways you can help to maintain your brain health and keep it healthy. There is growing evidence that people can
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Dementia diet for risk reduction

There is growing evidence that changes in diet can help with dementia risk prevention. Here's what you can eat to reduce the risk of dementia.
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Brain Health – share your experiences!

ACH Group initiative the Exchange is developing a range of online Brain Health learning activities scheduled for release later this year. The activities will include stories from people  who are working hard to keep their brains as healthy as possible. We’d love to hear from you about what you’re doing,
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