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Ground-breaking Trinity research uncovers strong associations between B12 deficiency and risk of depression – study
Vitamin B12 deficiency increases risk of depression in older people – study
Building a healthy ageing society: TILDA celebrates 10 years of impact with Participants
I have a spark again: Dance class helps older woman cope with pandemic
Creativity and Ageing: new TILDA report explores benefits of creativity in later life
TILDA and Creative Ireland launch Creative Activities in the Ageing Population report
‘I have a spark again’: Dance class helped older woman cope with pandemic
TILDA welcomes Prof. Steve Horvath to present on DNA methylation studies of ageing
Study shows Ireland has low rate of disease ‘multi-morbidity’
Study finds higher levels of education and higher income means better health for older adults
Lockdown loneliness the biggest hurdle for many people aged over 60
I loathe the word cocooning: Over-60s share experience of lockdown
Living through COVID: New TILDA report reveals hopes and resilience of older adults
Frailty identification can positively impact Ireland’s future health and social care policy: new TILDA research
TILDA research finds obesity is associated with reduced blood supply to the brain
Irish Gerontological Society Public Lecture: Reopening Ireland after COVID
TILDA release new Cognitive Data Comparability Guide to Strengthen Brain Health Research
Experts: Every adult should take vitamin D to fight against Covid-19 Oireachtas Committee told
Desire to die among older people often transient, study finds
‘Wish to die’ linked to loneliness and depression in older adults
COVID-19: In-depth TILDA report shows scale of crisis faced by Ireland’s older people
Older people should increase exercise prior to Covid-19 vaccination – report
TILDA reveals vital evidence to inform HSE COVID vaccine roll-out
TILDA kickstart novel COVID-19 research investigating the ‘who’ and ‘why’ of COVID-19