– Resilient Aging

“Brain foods” aren’t just a myth! ?

Struggling to remember things you should, or finding yourself thinking too slow? Eating more of these “brain foods” could help! Avocados ? Avocados are full of magnesium, which helps improve both short-term and long-term memory. Magnesium also has mood-boosting effects. Try spreading avocado on toast, or putting it in a smoothie for added texture. Leafy

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Foods to help you age gracefully ?

Our bodies need the right vitamins and minerals to keep us healthy as we get older! Especially as aging makes us more vulnerable to illness, disease, and even viruses, like Covid-19. Here are some foods to keep your body and mind youthful: Calcium-rich foods ? One of the most dangerous conditions in old age is

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Move More, Sit Less: Physical Activity is Essential to Healthy Aging ?

Many of us have stayed home a lot of because of Covid-19, but it’s time to resume physical activities outdoors because regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health!  Exercise, at least 2.5 hours of moderate activity a week, can prevent or delay many of the health

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Did You Know: Singaporeans produce 8,741 tonnes of solid waste a day. ?️

If we keep producing waste at this rate, Semakau Landfill — our only landfill — will be full by 2035! What’s a major source...

Going Abroad? Avoid Travel-Related Scams ?✈️??

Yes, we can travel more as Covid-19 restrictions ease! But scams related to travel are rising too. So before you start packing be aware,...

Scam Alert: Fake emails from the Prime Minister’s Office

Scammers have been sending out fake emails purportedly from Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.  These scammers make use of the names of influential personalities,...

??Do you have a loved one who has Parkinson’s disease?

A new two-year Parkinson’s Disease (PD) community care programme has been launched by the National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and Temasek Foundation,...

Learning new digital skills

Learning new digital skills can be hard for anyone. But Emily Yap, a full-time nurse and digital literacy volunteer makes it easy for seniors.Here...