Non-surgical solutions for our ageing faces Have you noticed the increase of advertisements for non-surgical body improvements? I turned on a morning TV show recently – trying to get an update on a recent overseas disaster – and I encountered a segment where three women were perched on stools. Two of them had already had… Read More What is non-surgical surgery?
HRT shortage in Australia Recently, the SMH reported that a key pharmaceutical company had experienced an interruption in its supply of HRT dermal patches. This resulted in a shortage in Australia. One lady explained the treatment is critical to her wellbeing. It relieves her of savage menopausal symptoms such as vomiting and painful migraine headaches.… Read More How long should we use HRT?
What are international experts saying about controlling the ‘visible signs’ of ageing? Are you interested in TV ads about this cream or that serum to minimise the ‘visible signs’ of ageing. But what is going on in the research into ageing? The Irish Times recently reported that doctor and author Sara Gottfried has reversed the… Read More Can we control the ‘visible signs’ of ageing?
Crunching some numbers, baby Australian Baby Boomers make up 5.5 million people who were born between 1946 and 1965. Many have started turning 65. This is a fair whack – around 25% – of our population! The new ‘third age’ Peak body National Seniors acknowledges that: people now in their fifties will be bringing to later life a… Read More Baby Boomers – would you like to know more?