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Design impacts almost every aspect of our lives, from the algorithms serving content we're sure to like to the new cycle lanes inspiring more of us to ride to work. As societies around the world find their populations living longer, more are having to find new ways to rethin...
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How a determined drive to improve air quality gave rise to a new model of care for a rapidly ageing population Earlier this week the air quality index in Delhi hit record levels. The choking smog was so bad that 5 million children were given face masks, the public were advis...
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In an ever-mobile society that allows us to span the globe in seconds, but never learn our neighbour's name, do we need to reconnect?With "loneliness one of the biggest public health challenges our country faces", according to Baroness Barran, Minister for Loneliness, t...
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If you are developing innovative solutions to support an ageing population, you may be thinking about export, and where better than the world's largest emerging market place?By the end of last year, China had a population of 249 million aged 60 or above, larger than any othe...
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