Monthly News Roundup – January 2016

Happy New Year from Global Health Aging! Wherever you live in the world, we hope you had a wonderful holiday. December was a great month for the publication as we had a successful book giveaway among other things. The winner was from Australia and we plan to host another giveaway in the future. Last month, many topics were covered including elder safety, mobility and health, … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – January 2016

Monthly News Roundup – December 2015

In November, the blog observed National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month. Many topics related to Alzheimer’s and caregiving were covered and with two new copy editors, the goal is to continue producing quality articles for our readers. The blog is also hosting a book giveaway so make sure to participate! The deadline is December 31, 2015. Let’s take a look at … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – December 2015

Monthly News Roundup – November 2015

October was a busy month for Global Health Aging. From launching our first article series to hosting a slew of guest writers, the experience has been invaluable. Five new writers joined the team as the goal is to focus equally on each continent. This month, we covered topics like employment, aquatic therapy and mental health, and Zen Hospice Project is the featured company for October. … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – November 2015

Monthly News Roundup – October 2015

Last month, Global Health Aging explored diverse topics such as elderly refugees, menopause, physical activity and older caregivers. The blog is always on the lookout for regular and guest writers, so it’s been great to work with more companies and guest writers including the regular writers. WHO Centre for Health Development is the featured company for October. Let’s take a look at what happened this past … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – October 2015

Monthly News Roundup – September 2015

Sex and sleep are two important aspects for elderly health. The concept that seniors cannot have a satisfying sex life is misleading since health plays a key role in the level of older adults’ sexual activity. Insufficient sleep can be especially pronounced in elders due to its prevalence and subsequent effects. Let’s take a look at what happened this past month at Global Health Aging. … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – September 2015

Monthly News Roundup – August 2015

This was a big month for Global Health Aging. We covered a variety of topics including diabetes, sexual health and smoking. A number of countries especially India and Ukraine were featured and for the first time on the blog, we discussed the impact of war on the elderly and health systems. Let’s take a look at what happened this past month at Global Health Aging. On … Continue reading Monthly News Roundup – August 2015