European researchers and experts gather to discuss Mental Health & Well-being of Ageing Populations
Silver Santé researchers, students and guest speakers reveal details of their ongoing studies
Over 90 attendees from across Europe, the United States and Australia joined the public meeting on 16thJune 2021, where ongoing research from the 5 year EU funded Silver Santé Study investigating the impact of interventions on mental health and well-being in the ageing population, was presented.
Maintaining brain health in later life essential to reducing the risk of developing dementia
Silver Santé researchers and students to reveal results of their studies
Join Online Public Meeting Wednesday 16th June 2021 to hear more
Lead Investigator Dr Natalie Marchant of University College London, UK reveals the results of her studies into the impact of making lifestyle changes, such as taking up mindfulness or health self-management courses, on the mental health of older adults who
Mental Health of Ageing Populations assessed during changes imposed by Covid-19
Silver Sante researchers and expert guest speaker to reveal details of their on-going studies. Join Online Public meeting Wednesday 16th June 2021 to hear more.
European researchers and experts discuss Mental Health & Well-being in the Ageing Population
As the project nears its end, the project’s online meeting on Wednesday 16th June 2021 presents its research together with risks and recommendations regarding maintaining brain health.
Mental health improves after lifestyle changes in later life, new scientific study finds
Study published today finds lasting mental health improvements in older adults with Subjective Cognitive Decline (SCD)
Making lifestyle changes, such as taking up mindfulness or health self-management courses, can help improve the mental health of older adults who are already experiencing memory problems, according to a new scientific study published today.
This EU-funded research is
New study identifies brain changes which explain why sleep apnea increases risk for developing Alzheimer’s
(Strictly embargoed until 2000hrs (GMT) Monday 23rd March 2020) Researchers working on the EU-funded Silver Santé Study have identified brain changes which explain for the first time why sleep apnea increases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. The research, led by Dr Géraldine Rauchs, of Inserm, in Caen, France, was published today in JAMA Neurology (10.1001/jamaneurol.2020.0311).
Don’t let pain hold you back - A disruptive new technology using Super-Quartz delivers relief for many users
QTECH® incorporates Super-Quartz - a rare type of ‘shocked’ quartz crystal with the potential to absorb pulses of pain - into a flexible, silicone material. QTECH® is currently available as a bracelet for wrist and hand pain, and a limb band for elbow.
Disruptive technology launched to help bring relief to those experiencing persistent pain
London, UK Thursday 7 November 2019: NOVA Medical Solutions Ltd announces the launch of its non-invasive disruptive technology pain relief device - QTECH®.
Interested in brain health? Hear from leading European experts at Berlin public conference
Video gaming, memory loss, healthy lifestyles and how we think are just a few of the fascinating topics to be discussed by some of Europe’s leading brain health experts at the 'Brain health across the lifespan' public conference to be held at Harnack House in Berlin on November 6th.
Silver Santé Study experts and trial volunteers give evidence at Mindfulness APPG Inquiry into healthy ageing
Experts and participants from the EC-funded Silver Santé Study research project investigating mental health in the ageing population today (Tuesday 14th May) gave evidence at the Mindfulness All Party Parliamentary Group’s inquiry into ‘Mindfulness, Ageing Well and Older People’.
Landmark event shows how eating more plants can save the planet
Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) patrons Joanna Lumley OBE and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, have teamed up for what’s thought to be the UK’s first ever major vegan banquet at an event hosted by Women in Advertising and Communications in London (WACL) at the Savoy Hotel. CIWF CEO, Philip Lymbery, spoke at the event about the urgent need to move to more sustainable diets with less meat and dairy.