A new study in WA has received a grant from the NHMRC.
New research from Western Australia suggests yet another way green tea is good for your health – preventing a condition mainly experienced by older women.
A new report released today says healthcare needs to be proactive, not reactive in the future.
An aged care facility near Sydney has become a teaching nursing home for a relatively new medical school.
Contrary to popular belief and previous medical research, a new UWA study claims that overweight men are less likely to develop dementia than their slimmer peers.
The Australian Diabetes Council has tips to help aged care providers prevent and manage the disease.
Associate Professor has been appointed as the first Hammond Chair of Positive Ageing and Care.
Research from the UNSW School of Psychiatry has revealed the importance of neural networks in aged-related cognitive decline.
Volunteers are required to participate in a current study, which aims to improve the quality of live of older adults living with Alzheimer’s disease.
An AIHW report shows strong growth in the number of places but occupancy rates are falling.
A new study has revealed that a third of men living in the community, aged 75 to 95 are sexually active and around 40 per cent of those with a desire for sex want it more often.
And a leading academic says aged care groups need to focus more on the end stages of the disease.
A new telehealth system which enables older people to live independently at home for longer, has been launched by international company, Tunstall Healthcare.
A range of Australians from various professional backgrounds will come together to contribute their thoughts about how to best meet the challenge of dementia, at the Alzheimer’s Australia Victoria Think Tank event this month.