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Healthy ageing consensus statement

With Public Health England, we’ve brought together over 120 organisations to help make England the best country in the world to grow old.
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A new report by the Commission on Alcohol Harm has concluded that a new UK-wide alcohol strategy is urgently required.
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We want people to spend more years healthy and free of disabling health conditions, and to reduce the disability-free life expectancy gap between the wealthiest and poorest people in England.
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Data shows it is people in their 50s and 60s who are most likely to be overweight, with around seven in ten people in this age group classified as either overweight or obese.
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As people recover from COVID-19, the importance of physical activity and rebuilding muscle strength cannot be overstated.
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The booklet launched by Public Health England and Sport England provides older adults guidance on home-based activities to help maintain their strength and balance.
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A post-COVID drive to tackle obesity will be hugely welcome. But those in their 50s and 60s must not be left out.
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Far from being a 'great leveller', the coronavirus pandemic has laid bare huge health inequalities in the UK.
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With the threat of COVID-19 taking hold, more people will be spending a considerable amount of time in self-isolation, but there are ways people of all ages and ability can keep active through a variety of exercises.
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The hunt for a 'cure' for ageing is looking more promising than ever. But can we really slow down the ageing process?
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