TheBoldAge’s Steve takes a personal at will it ever be the right time?
What a Boldie
The UN says by 2050 there will be 1.5 billion people aged over 65, enough not to be invisible
TheBoldAge explores the importance of understanding nutrition
Despite the confusing messages and sensationalist reporting eating healthily can be fun and an adventure.
TheBoldAge's Steve Foreman who lives with a terminal diagnosis of cancer takes a personal view
We explore the benefits to playing the game and are you too old to start
Further support for following the European recommended guidelines
Some scientists are calling COVID the new disease of ageing, putting it into the same category as cancer and heart disease
Campaign ambassador Ian Waterland reflects on being in the moment while bread making
TheBoldAge’s asks can you really be overweight and healthy?
TheBoldAge investigates this innovative technology that can revolutionise the lives of 2.5 million people
In the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Deep Thought the supercomputer said “the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything" was calculated as 42.
Deb Bunt and Peter Berry have kindly allowed TheBoldAge to feature an extract from their brilliant and inspirational book 'Slow Puncture'
TheBoldAge looks at popping anti-ageing pills as we age
Time for celebration as Boldies we are on the way up
Author Deb Bunt discusses her phobia of reading out loud made worse by her Co-Author Peter Berry hanging on her every word for dear life
Steve takes a look at living longer and asks is it a good thing?
We take a look at a study that has found that light activity around the home could have have profound health benefits.
TheBoldAge discusses the House of Lords report that finds the Government's "Ageing Society Grand Challenge" target of five extra healthy years of life by 2035 will not be met without action now.
Robin Thomson interviews Prabhu Guptar who is the Publisher of Pippa Rann Books & Media in memory of his wife Philippa (Pippa), who died of cancer in January 2019.
Before you jump headfirst into your new exercise regime, follow our tips to make sure it’s done in a safe and sensible manner.
TheBoldAge looks at a recent study that links having an optimistic outlook to a healthier, longer life
As we begin to focus on 2021 we take a look at how to make them stick
A Study from Finland looks at the linkage between cardiovascular health and dementia
You can’t stop the cold and rain, but you can take steps to prevent winter wreaking havoc with your joints.
TheBoldAge Review: For the first time in 10 years, the World Health Organisation has updated its guidelines for physical activity.
Peter’s life changes when, at the age of fifty, he is given a terminal diagnosis of early onset dementia. Since that day, he has learned to live with his very own ‘dementia monster’.
Boldies please support your local social enterprise businesses who are founded for a purpose
TheBoldAge looks at some of the latest research
Unfortunately, there’s no ‘quick fix’ to losing weight
In the first of a series of weekly articles TheBoldAge takes a swipe at ageism and how to start breaking down ageist stereotypes.
How much time do you spend scrolling on a smartphone?
Not only that they are the most active age group
Marion takes a retrospective look back at her journey to becoming a BOLD woman
Losing weight is even more important during the very strange times
TheBoldAge looks at how we can look after ourselves at home
that you might not be aware of!
There's a new You Tube sensation, but is it a substitute
Virtual running - give it a go! Participating in a virtual run can help to keep you motivated, or find some motivation if you’ve been slacking off recently.
Studies have shown there are huge benefits
According to research, poor diet accounts for a fifth of all deaths globally.
How old is older
Bereavement, middle-age and a few ‘sod it’ moments led TV’s Kate Humble to embark on a year of simple joy and clearing the clutter.
A report released by The King's Fund and Royal College of Nursing goes some way in identifying what needs to be done to provide the support our nurses need
We've come a long way in the UK in terms of diversity in the justice system, but we still have a long way to go. When asked about an all female Supreme Court RBG responded "there's been nine men, and nobody's ever raised a question about that".
"Still Got It" - The Terrence Higgins Trust campaign echoes our mantra of "We ARE not we WERE". The UK achieved the 2020 UNAIDS targets but there's still much more to do.
TheBoldAge explores this social running phenomenon
We look at some of the worst processed foods and what you can swap them for.
Think beyond your favourite citrus food - Vitamin C is found in a large variety of fruit and vegetables
Buying takeaway lattes might not be great for your wallet, but there may be a silver lining to your coffee habit…
TheBoldAge debunks any notion of taking it easy in this and related articles
In this strange Covid-19 world we all have time to think about what we REALLY want out of life going forwards
If you think you are over the hill to take on a mega challenge, think again. TheBoldAge looks a the exploits of Sara Brewer, a true Boldie
The Virgin magnate tells TheBoldAge why he still feels like a 25-year-old at heart.
With the explosion in online learning we look at 7 platforms that can be used to facilitate lifelong learning across a variety of subjects.
The benefits of singing in a choir are numerous get online and join a virtual choir
Sex And The City creator Candace Bushnell talks about dating dilemmas in middle age – and how she found her Mr Big.
Model, fitness instructor and mum of Calum, Angie Best reveals her secrets to being a young 60. A Boldie for sure