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Las Vegas for Senior Citizens

For the savvy traveller, who is keen to do some research before their visit, a trip to spectacular Las Vegas can be surprisingly good value with excellent services for senior travellers. more [image] More button

"You're Not Dead Yet" is a dating website for over fifties

Contains a large database of potential partners for you to choose from. We have a large staff examining photos, profiles and messages so that you can feel confident to use the site. more [image] More button

 

 

AGE UK LAUNCHES ITS FIRST TV CAMPAIGN

Aims to raise awareness of its work, the products and services it provides, the need to raise funds and how people can get involved. more [image] More button

 

Changing direction

From comedian to best selling local author, Alton Douglas proves that it is never too late for a career change more [image] More button

 

Fixed retirement age to be axed

The government is planning to scrap the default retirement age in the UK from October 2011. Under the proposal, employers would not be allowed to dismiss staff because they had reached the age of 65. more [image] More button

 

Pension credits 'could be scrapped'

A leading pensions guru has said pension credits could be phased out temporarily by the new coalition Government as a compromise over state pension reform.
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Eyes hold Alzheimer's disease clue

Doctors could get an early indication that someone is developing Alzheimer's disease by examining their eyes, new research has suggested. more [image] More button

 

Forced retirement costs the UK £3.5bn a year says Age UK

With an estimated 120,000 older workers forced to retire in 2009, new research by the leading older people's charity now shows the policy is draining billions of pounds from the economy every year. more [image] More button

 

Eggs are a 'superfood' packed with nutrients, new research finds

Also, dietitian Dr Carrie Ruxton talks about the benefit of eggs to older adults. more

 

'OLDER VOTERS COULD DECIDE OUTCOME OF GENERAL ELECTION'

Electoral power lies firmly in the hands of older voters, according to exclusive new research more [image] More button

 

EXTREME NEW GAMESHOW NEEDS YOU!

The makers of BBC1s Total wipeout are making an exhilarating new game show, with a BIG difference! Click here to find out more and apply.

Depression is the most common mental health problem in later life

Of the third of older people with depression who discuss it with their GP only half are diagnosed and receive treatment more [image] More button

50+ men face premature end to working lives

Men aged 50+ who have lost their jobs in the recession are at serious risk of being shut out of the labour market forever unless the Government takes urgent action more [image] More button

Huge spike in excess winter deaths sounds deafening wake-up call

It is a national scandal that the UK has more older people dying in winter compared to the rest of the year than countries with more severe weather. more [image] More button

Health timebomb hits baby boomers

Over-60s suffer more illnesses caused by bad diet and lack of exercise. They were the first to enjoy free health care, and had the time of their lives in the Swinging Sixties. more [image] More button

Internet Champion of the Year

Age Concern and Help the Aged is conducting a UK-wide search to find an inspirational person aged over 55 to champion the benefits of getting online. more [image] More button

Hundreds of thousands of pensioners with small savings are in for a benefit boost more [image] More button

Tories' plan to bring forward the increase to state pension age

The Tories plan to bring forward the increase to the state pension age will be a big shock to many people planning their retirement especially those in their mid-50s. more [image] More button

Workers aged 50 plus are facing a recession double whammy

Afraid they will be forced out of their jobs due to their age and worried that their retirement incomes will be decimated by the recession. New research from Help the Aged and Age Concern reveals. more [image] More button

Delay retirement to help ward off Alzheimer's disease, scientists say

As millions face the prospect of extending their working lives to fund pensions, scientists have come up with a silver lining. Retiring later can delay the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, their research suggests. more [image] More button

Help end the crisis in social care

The Charity is holding a week of action to promote the need for quality care for older people. more [image] More button

UK Will register online

After 3 years in development the Uk's Will Register www.certainty.co.uk is now online. more [image] More button

1911 CENSUS GOES ONLINE

Online access to the records of 36 million people in 1911. more [image] More button

The Budget for pensioners

The facts - How it effects Pensioners. State Pension, Pension credit, Winter Fuel Payments, New year payment. more [image] More button

Equitable life pension compensation

Policy holders living in Europe who lost a chunk of their pension benefits due to the collapse of Equitable Life in 2000 are being asked to contact a European coordinator based in France. more [image] More button

Do you blow your top when trying to remove the top of a jar

We purchase a product we shall need, and when that need arises WE CANNOT REMOVE IT FROM ITS CONTAINER. Why do manufacturers think that as our age increases so does our strength? more [image] More button

Half price insulation for all households

Helping people with soaring gas and electricity bills. more [image] More button

NEW SURVEY REVEALS OVER 50s ARE ANYTHING BUT OVER THE HILL

Survey conducted by Efamol Active 50+, which reveals a generation of 50+ Britons who given the choice would shun more traditional past times more [image] More button

 

Landmark series for the BBC all about the British family

Whatever your experience of living in a household with three or more generations, the BBC want to hear from you. more

Memory improvement techniques & advice - Remember What You Can In Quick and Easy Steps

When people age; memorization becomes a tedious task for some. Tasks which require remembering and retention have always been and will be the issue for people growing older, especially the ones who haven't spent most of their years in retaining much information. more [image] More button

FITNESS AT 50+

A beginner's guide to essential strength exercises for the 50's age group onwards who want to be FIT FOR LIFE more [image] More button

The oldies are still the best-just!

Help scientists create the biggest database of autobiographical Beatles related memories ever attempted by taking part in the magical memory tour.more [image] More button

Health Diagnostics - find peace of mind in Poland.

Before you book an appointment at your local clinic, you might want to find out what's on offer in Poland.more [image] More button

Receive a cheque for 20 pounds for simply registering and make or save thousands of pounds

Registering with Moneyspider.com could make a difference of many thousands of pounds to you over the next few years. By seeing how your funds are rated and how their performance compares with other funds you will be armed with the up to the minute information you need to make informed decisions. more [image] More button

Medical surgery abroad

Dental and medical treatment certainly costs a lot less abroad, but surely you get what you pay for? Alison Hope of StatMedica looks at some of the reasons why patients are packing their bags and reaching for their passports, and also offers practical tips and advice for anyone considering treatment abroad. more [image] More button

Take advantage of tax efficient savings with your annual ISA allowance

Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) were introduced in 1999 to replace Personal Equity Plans (PEPs). When you invest through an ISA, the income and growth are free of income and capital gains tax and you do not have to declare an ISA on your tax return. more [image] More button

A&L's Premier 50 Account

Earn 7.00% AER. Also, range of benefits including worldwide travel insurance up to the age of 79 and exclusive health benefits. Designed Specifically For Those Aged 50 - 79. Apply Online Today! more [image] More button

 

 

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