After being braced by the slip of the coolest kid from school, I’ve decided to let myself go and enjoy the downward spiral.
While the right to die is now legal in Victoria, it hasn’t come soon enough for those hopelessly bound in hospital beds around the nation.
We’re all ageing. At some point, we’re not going to be able to look after ourselves. It may be a difficult discussion to have, but we need to speak to our families about what’s best for us – before we can’t.
Soon, as it turns, I’ll be attending my own funeral. But before I get there, I know that I’ve outlived many. You especially, coach.
As our populations grow ever older, our thinking should evolve with it. Ashton Applewhite believes that age is only a number, but it holds infinite value.
Alzheimer’s disease is growing with our ageing population, but with no real preventative cure available, we’re all looking to science fiction.
In his latest “Dear Grandson”, Stan Gerding reflects on what how being a kid playing with friends has changed, and the hardships his parents faced.
The Desert Rose is a radical solution to housing that meets the challenges of our lives tomorrow. Solving the problems of sustainability, accessibility and ethical footprint.
We sat down with Sydney radio royalty, Jonesy, to discuss his desire to interview Donald Trump or charismatically run the diner in Summer Bay. Whatever comes first.
Meet a mature adventurer, a man who shares the thrill of rock climbing with his younger mates. This particular trip may whet your own appetite for adventure – even if you’re not as young as you used to be.
We all get old. But while we may look it, a slight change in diet will ensure we don’t feel it.
When a 79-year old Jane Fonda proudly took to the stage of the Emmys recently, many criticised the amount of plastic surgery she had. However, because she owned it, I believe we should follow her cue.
Average IQ scores are in decline and the fingers of science point to the fact that we’re all a lot older. But is strictly a question of age?
A Pulitzer-winning novel saw deeply into the problem with age. Wisdom is yours only after you’ve lived it. That being said, I’ve recently turned sixty and can look back, but also forward.
Well, it’s official. According to science, we’ve wasted our lives. But at least thanks to a new handy chart, we can know exactly what we’ll never be as good at again.
There’s something odd happening to me. In my 31st year, I’ve found that the tired, short-tempered geriatric me is now the norm. And the missing, “fun” me gives me the heebie-geebies.
As I’m the wrong side of thirty, I thought it best to pass on my knowledge. In listicle form, of course, because who has the time to read?
As it turns out, according to science, the most anti-social of us are in fact the most ready for adulthood. Take that, outside people.
The image of our older generations depicted in the media is often negative, so to right this, an initiative was birthed to honour media agencies who refute stereotype.
I recently attended an interview for a job to which I was deemed unsuitable. Perhaps it was because of my age, or my proper amount of limbs.
With our population ageing at a rapid rate, perhaps it’s time to adapt the Asian example of societal inclusion of and respect for our elders?
Adult diaper sales are set to exceed those of the baby variety by 2020, with ageing populations and slick marketing making all the difference.