Recent news related to aging and gerontology

2016-10-27 | Technology can offer support to advisers with aging clients

Financial advisers increasingly worried about serving aging clients who may suffer from dementia or even Alzheimer's Disease can begin to look toward technology for some relief. New fintech efforts focus on arming financial advisers with tools to help them take the right steps with older clients and even provide some cognitive testing that can help advisers identify a change over the years. ...

2016-10-26 | Lancaster University plan for £40m ageing research centre - BBC News

Plans for a £40m centre at Lancaster University to develop solutions to problems caused by ageing have been submitted to the council. The health innovation centre is to be built next to the university's Bailrigg Campus. ...

2016-10-26 | Anti-Aging Market to Reach US$191.7 Billion by 2019.: Revenue Rises as Vendors Promise Age Reversal with Innovative Products and Services

Albany, United States – October 26, 2016 /MarketersMedia/ — Vendors operating in the global anti-aging market are focused on intensive research and development of products and services that are safe and efficient. Transparency Market Research observes that players are working towards matching the industry standards of safety and effectiveness through innovation to accentuate their market shares. ...

2016-10-26 | First look: Aging Arizona Center's planned $25M makeover in downtown Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix's aging Arizona Center will get a $25 million makeover starting early next year, as its new owners launch an overhaul of the office and retail complex that opened nearly three decades ago. The center’s two city blocks on Third and Van Buren streets include two office towers, a garden area, a movie theater and tenants like Starbucks and Corner Bakery Cafe. ...

2016-10-25 | Cohort profile: Women’s Healthy Ageing Project (WHAP) - a longitudinal prospective study of Australian women since 1990 - information for practice

Cohort profile: Women’s Healthy Ageing Project (WHAP) - a longitudinal prospective study of Australian women since 1990 - information for practice information for practice news, new scholarship & more from around the world 10.25.16 Skip to content gary.holden@nyu.edu archive about help browse key journals advanced search rss follow @Info4Practice Cohort profile: Women’s Healthy Ageing Project (WHAP) – a longitudinal prospective study of Australian women since 1990 Posted on October 25, 2016 by gary … Visit source: Cohort profile: Women’s Healthy Ageing Project (WHAP) – a longitudinal prospective study of Australian women since 1990 This entry was posted in Open Access Journal Articles and tagged alzheimer, australian, health, king, longitudinal, questionnaire, research, short, university, whap. Bookmark the permalink. ...

2016-10-25 | The 27 Best Anti-Aging Tips of All Time

Sure, the arsenal of anti-aging lotions, serums, and creams you've got stashed in your medicine cabinet can slow down the aging process and make your skin glow (in fact, we swear by many of them). But when it comes to preventing and fading the fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots that tack years onto your appearance, making smart lifestyle changes is what will really erase years from your face. These 27 anti-aging tips really work, according to research, dermatologists, and beauty experts. ...

2016-10-25 | Alliance Health (AIQ): A Leader in Radiology in an Aging Society

Alliance Healthcare (AIQ) is a large, outsourced provider for hospitals across the United States. The company works with 1,000 hospitals in 45 states in three distinct areas: A majority of revenues come from its radiology segment where it does MRI, PET/CT and CT scans from mobile units or at fixed locations. ...

2016-10-25 | Medina-Walpole Chosen to Lead Division of Geriatrics and Aging - Newsroom - University of Rochester Medical Center

Esteemed geriatrics clinician, mentor and educator Annette (Annie) Medina-Walpole, M.D., has been named chief of the Division of Geriatrics and Aging at the University of Rochester Medical Center. A professor in the Department of Medicine, Medina-Walpole is a natural-born leader whose influence has helped shape geriatric care and training since she came to Rochester in 1998. “After performing a national search for the next leader of our Division of Geriatrics, we confirmed what many of us knew all along: Dr. ...

2016-10-25 | Your Brain On Aging

Everyone knows that our skin becomes droopy and loses elasticity with age, but do the same physical changes occur in the brain? In a new study from Newcastle University in the UK and Brazil's Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, researchers investigated the way that the human brain folds and changes as people get older. ...

2016-10-24 | Is your office ageing you?

By Bianca London for MailOnline Published: 08:49 EST, 24 October 2016 | Updated: 08:49 EST, 24 October 2016

2016-10-24 | How B&B Italia turned 50 without ageing

Passion and patience crop up often as 64-year-old Giorgio Busnelli talks about the high-end Italian furniture business his father set up 50 years ago. Passion, because it’s the only thing that keeps an enterprise like B&B Italia innovative and exciting. ...

2016-10-23 | TCM can help Singapore meet challenges of ageing population: Gan Kim Yong


2016-10-23 | DISCOVERED: Ovary transplant could slow ageing and lead to 'eternal' life

With males already destined to survive on average three years less than women, research now shows that the key to slowing the ageing process and increasing lifespan is an ovary transplant. Researchers say swapping older ovaries for young ones in mice can cut the risk of age-related health problems, including heart disease, arthritis, immune, brain and liver function, as well as increasing longevity. ...

2016-10-23 | TCM can play a part in treating Singapore's ageing population: Gan Kim Yong


2016-10-21 | Esse Skincare Launches Anti-Ageing Probiotic Serum with Living Microbes

Since launching its Probiotic Serum, which contains 1 billion live probiotic microbes per millilitre, South African brand, Esse, has established itself as the leading probiotic skincare line in the world. Durban, South Africa (PRWEB) October 21, 2016 The World Health Organization defines a probiotic as a live microbe that is beneficial to humans, but it is notoriously difficult to include these in skincare products because conventional products contain preservatives … and preservatives kill microbes. ...

2016-10-21 | Cher struggles to accept ageing

"I'm still active and running around. I can still fit into my costumes. ...

2016-10-21 | New network launched to meet needs of ageing population, slowing labour force growth

SINGAPORE - A new healthcare network comprising hospitals and universities was launched on Friday (Oct 21) to help address healthcare challenges facing Singapore. Announced by Minister of State for Health Chee Hong Tat, the new Centre for Healthcare Innovation Co-Learning Network will help bring local and overseas institutions together to meet the needs of Singapore's ageing population and slowing labour force growth. ...

2016-10-21 | Lux Laser & Anti-Aging Center, First On Long Island To Offer Breakthrough, FDA-Cleared, Non-Invasive, UltraShape Power™ System For Fat Destruction

HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y., Oct. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Lynnette Allen, NP-C, a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in Dermatology and Medical Director of Lux-Laser Anti-Aging, is pleased to be the first provider in the area to offer UltraShape Power™, a non-surgical, painless treatment recently cleared by the FDA for non-invasive fat cell destruction. UltraShape Power offers best-in-class reduction in fat layer thickness targeting the stubborn fat that is often hard to lose even for those who eat right and exercise regularly. ...

2016-10-20 | In the Wnt-er of life: Wnt signalling in melanoma and ageing


2016-10-20 | Ageing expert says these 5 things are foolproof ways to stay youthful

By Mia De Graaf For Dailymail.com Published: 11:02 EST, 20 October 2016 | Updated: 11:02 EST, 20 October 2016

2016-10-20 | Novel compound to delay ageing identified | AuroBlog | Clinical Research Blog | Aurous HealthCare CRO, India on WordPress.com

Posted on October 20, 2016 Updated on October 17, 2016 Scientists have identified an compound that may delay physical ageing processes and prevent such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. As we live longer and longer, a lot of people are occupied with their state of health and, not least, quality of life in old age. Researchers all over the world are trying to understand ageing mechanisms, as this knowledge may eventually help to postpone physical ageing and extend life. ...

2016-10-20 | Los Angeles Anti Aging Solutions Opens a New Anti-Aging Clinic in the City

Pasadena, CA – Los Angeles Anti-Aging Solutions is pleased to announce the grand opening of their new anti-aging clinic in Los Angeles. The clinic opens its doors to clients who want anti-aging treatments. ...

2016-10-19 | Cher hates ageing

19 October 2016 'Believe' hitmaker Cher Cher can't "accept" the fact she is getting older. The 'If I Could Turn Back Time' hitmaker admits she struggles to deal with her age and hates to see an "old lady" looking back at her in the mirror. ...

2016-10-19 | Anti-ageing: the anti-polluting products that will age-proof your skin

“There is a common misconception that the air is more polluted in the city than it is in the countryside, but just as it is true that city traffic creates intense pollution, domestic heating, industry and agriculture all contribute to pollution in the countryside, adding to the rise in fine particle emissions. Lab research shows that carbon monoxide is a primary cause of skin damage, combining with hemoglobin cells in the blood to weaken their oxygen-carrying capacity, de-vitalizing cells little by little. ...

2016-10-19 | Is Ageing a Disease That Can Be Cured? « Science-Based Medicine

Posted by Steven Novella on October 19, 2016 There is an ongoing debate that has come to the fore recently about the ultimate limits of human longevity. The ultimate goal of medicine is to optimize health, with the result of maximizing the duration and quality of life. ...