Covering the cost of dementia and an ageing population
The funding debate shows no sign of abating
Ahead of World Alzheimer's Day
Insurance Day of Giving 2019
World Alzheimer’s Month
‘100-year life’ research
Two million UK people estimated to have dementia by 2051
On World Cancer Day
Progressive neurological disorder
The sandwich generation
Dementia-Friendly Finance and Insurance Guide
F&TRC on latest enhancement
'World-first solution' to protect against rising costs of later life
'Health Profile for England' report finds UK women's health worse than other parts of Europe
Mortality rates for those aged 90 years and over have not improved since 2011 due to dementia
CIExpert has described Canada Life's Critical Illness (CI) add on to its new individual life policies as 'a welcome addition to the market.'
Nearly one in ten (8%) of UK companies have already encountered employees with dementia, new research has revealed.
In the second part of a series on the major political parties' manifestos, Richard Walsh analyses the Conservative's health and welfare plans - and what this means for insurance.
An estimated 2.6 million people aged 50 plus are living with a serious illness in England with 3.1m over-50s living in serious ill health across the UK as a whole, research has found.
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement has confirmed the £2bn payment for the NHS announced at the weekend as well as more money for GPs and carers.
CIExpert has given its verdict on Old Mutual Wealth's critical illness (CI) changes including conditions new to CI.
Some 3.6 million over-50s are unpaid carers, research by Saga Personal finance has found.
Public Health England (PHE) has set out its seven priorities for the next five years to improve public health.