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100 not out! by Sir Muir Gray

Muir Gray
Centurians or centenarians? Not everyone wants to live to be one hundred, to be a centurian or a centenarian, but more and more people are doing so...
Keep Your Brain On The Ball - Combating Dementia and Alzheimer's

Keep Your Brain On The Ball - Combating Dementia and Alzheimer's

For many people, cancer is no longer the most feared disease. The number 1 fear is now of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease but what are these conditions and how do they relate to the normal process of ageing?

This baby could live to 142

Muir Gray
"This Baby could live to be 142 years old" was the startling caption on the photo of a baby on the cover of Time magazine in the last week of Febru...

Live well with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Muir Gray
What is Rheumatoid Arthritis You can easily see what a joint looks like next time you carve a chicken. At the end of each bone there is...

Live Well With Osteoporosis - Avoiding Falls and Fractures

Muir Gray
What is osteoporosis? As is often the case the term 'osteoporosis' implies that it is a disease like tuberculosis or epilepsy, namely, a condition ...

What is Dementia? by Professor Sir Muir Gray

Many people, including many members of the medical profession are confused about dementia and its relationship to Alzheimer's disease. If you consu...

Why Are Beliefs and Attitudes to the Ageing Process So Important?

Muir Gray
A belief is something people hold to be true, for example, the belief that the earth was flat was held by many people to be true and took very many...

Why is Dementia important?

Muir Gray
The brain like all other organs is affected by ageing and the ageing process, in any tissue or organ, has two effects. One is a loss of the maximum...

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