You are your own most important patient — take care of yourself first so you can better help others. We identify the signs to watch out for.
A new UNSW-led study has found that one in four students are experiencing depression, but most are reluctant to seek help.
Burnout is increasingly an issue for healthcare professionals. Evidence-based coaching is one approach that can help turn this around.
Assistive technologies can have a huge impact on improving the life of a person with a disability.
Genetics, rather than risk-taking behaviours, may be behind women and female children surviving adversity better than men, according to new research.
Researchers still don't know what causes Alzheimer's, but new resarch brings them a step closer to an answer... and a cure.
A review into seclusion and restraint use in NSW has found a disturbing lack of oversight.
White women genetically predisposed to Alzheimer's disease are more likely than white men to develop the disease during a critical 10-year span in their lives.
Helping older workers work longer could benefit both individuals and government budgets.
Designed for people caring for or living with dementia, the plain English guide is a valuable resource.
While both terms are often used interchangeably, they're not the same.
We all know that exercise is good for our health, but it may also keep our brains healthy.
People living with mental illness need to take care of their physical health through healthy eating and exercise, just like everyone else.
Improving brain health by focusing on nine key areas of health could dramatically reduce the risk of dementia.
Hospital initiatives designed to promote employee health and wellbeing can positively contribute to the development of a hospital culture where staff feel valued and role model health behaviour to the community. Such interventions may reduce rates of employee mental illness, absenteeism, burnout and turnover while improving workforce morale, job satisfaction and resilience.