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.
How Australian genomic research is providing us with new tools in the global battle against malaria.
Blood testing technology developed by South Australian medical researchers is poised to transform the nutrition industry.
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.
A global trial into the effects of digital devices in rehabilitation has found that virtual reality video games, activity monitors and handheld computer devices can help people stand and walk.
Nurses' submissions to the ongoing Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety call for better nurse-to-resident ratios.
Global experts in general practice, geriatric medicine, nursing, pharmacy and more are participating in Australia's inaugural Driving Change Mild Cognitive Impairment masterclasses next month.
How vaccine hesitancy puts the elderly at risk.
Our research has been exploring 'the art of the possible' with networked drones and smart fall detection sensors.
The Maggie Beer Foundation was established to bring about real change to food experiences for aged-care residents, with the aim that every meal provides comfort and pleasure and is always something to look forward to.
Dr Michael McLaughlin was a medical student at JCU when he discovered a love of working in rural and remote communities.