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Sod 70! The Guide to Living Well SOLD OUT

Tuesday 24 March 2015

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One of the UK’s leading public health experts Sir Muir Gray explains how the steps you take in late middle age can help you to live a longer and healthier old age. Gray says many problems suffered by older people are caused by a lack of fitness, by preventable diseases and by the wrong approach to life. He argues that by keeping fit and by keeping the brain active, you have a greater chance of living a rewarding and active life into your 90s.

Gray is a consultant in public health, working for the Oxford University Hospitals and nationally. He was knighted for developing all the health screening programmes and for his work as the first chief knowledge officer of the NHS, in which he pioneered the NHS Choices website (which now receives 40 million hits a month).  He is also the director of Better Value Healthcare Ltd, based in Oxford, which has developed a radical new way of running health services.