In New York City, low-income and minority communities shoulder a disproportionate burden of COVID-19, with higher rates of hospitalisation and death.
The tool developed by University of Queensland researchers assesses five key domains: physical health, mood, memory, living situation and ability to do fun activities.
Mental health experts across the world have come together to highlight the need for mental health and brain research to be central in the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A free dedicated support line is now available to address the mental health of senior Australians, their families and carers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Natural disasters pose a threat to food security — the ready availability of food that is safe for consumption and nutritionally adequate.
In summer 2019, Bianca fled her home on the first sight of a 'catastrophic' fire warning on her mobile phone, which — still to this day — she never leaves out of sight.
Violence against healthcare professionals is on the rise and is believed to be linked to the increasing popularity of violence-inducing drugs and the growth in patients presenting with acute mental health problems.
At work each day, Abe Mitchell transforms into Captain Starlight to bring fun and laughter to children and their families.
To help healthcare providers deliver specific allergen-free menus, Nestlé Professional has created a series of free, easy-to-follow yet comprehensive allergen management resources.
Neuroscience Research Australia and The Project Factory have developed an app to support and strengthen physical balance and cognition in the ageing population.
Originally from Victoria, this is Katrina Galley's second stint in the Pilbara. They say the red dirt gets into your veins, and calls you back.
Blood testing technology developed by South Australian medical researchers is poised to transform the nutrition industry.
How Australian genomic research is providing us with new tools in the global battle against malaria.
H+H talks to Christine Morgan, Australia's first National Suicide Prevention Adviser to the Prime Minister and dual winner of the 2019 Australian Mental Health Prize.
Bonnie visits aged-care facilities throughout Sydney, bringing joy, laughter and friendship, especially to the socially isolated or those living with dementia.