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Ministers for Health announce €15 million investment in TILDA to support research on ageing well in Ireland
TILDA Report Launched on Chronic Kidney Disease in Community Dwelling Adults
WHO Launch Special Issue on Measurements of Healthy Ageing
TILDA fondly remembers Chuck Feeney
Nobel Laureate Angus Deaton and Anne Case explore education and mortality
Arts, creative and cultural activities boost quality of life and help combat depression and anxiety’ in over-50s
Covid lockdowns ‘created hidden monster of loneliness’ in over-50s
TILDA secures three nominations for this year’s Dean’s Award for Professional Staff and Support Staff at Trinity
Prof Kenny talks all thing abs with Claire Byrne
Frailty Conference in the Mansion House
TILDA attends ELSA 20-year celebration
Mid-Pointers: new podcast with Gabby Logan
The new retirement reality. Should you stay or should you go?
TILDA @ the 50 Plus Show
Could we live to 140?
New podcast, featuring Prof Kenny
New TILDA Infographic to mark World Kidney Day 2023
In-depth TILDA report details the impact of hearing loss among Ireland’s older people
Documentary features TILDA PI
TILDA visit to Cairo
Interview: all things “mid-life’ and false perceptions on Newstalk
Fad Saoil: TILDA features in exciting new documentary
TILDA secures prestigious funding from the US
Our 2022 Newsletter now available online
TILDA PI recieves honorary doctorate
TILDA Epigenetics Workshop
Vitamin D deficiency linked with higher risk of developing prediabetes
Concerning high rates of metabolic syndrome found in older Irish adults
Age, sex and blood pressure medications impact brain blood oxygen during standing
TILDA study to support older family carers receives funding
TILDA fondly remembers Dr James P. (Jim) Smith
Rose Anne Kenny appointed Regius Professor of Physic (1637) at Trinity
Remaining physically active protects against risk of mortality for older people
Higher cortisol levels may help predict risk of people developing depression in the future
A new age of TILDA: Irish longitudinal study on ageing recruiting new participants
RCPI Welcomes Five New Honorary Fellows
What Does The Science Say?
Professor Kenny Talks Relationships and Intimacy
TILDA study shows how early adversity in life has an impact on ageing
Irish study finds eight novel ways to live longer
Trinity scientists link low folate to risk of cognitive decline in later life
Trinity scientists link low folate to risk of cognitive decline in later life
Age Proof - How to live a longer, happier life: more sleep and more sex - extracts
Age Proof — The New Science of Living a Longer and Healthier Life - extracts