Understanding a person's potential to produce microbial beta-glucuronidase in their gut may be key in understanding individual drug responses.
Projections that one million Australians will have dementia by 2056 have promted a call to action on prevention strategies.
The AIA Vitality Wellbeing Check-In Program gives Priority Protection policyholders access to two free sessions with an experienced Mindstar wellbeing coach.
HESTA is calling for nominations of dedicated professionals working in disability, allied health, aged care and community services.
The Group Homes Australia model is a small-scale care model that focuses on residents' abilities rather than their disabilities, providing health and social benefits.
Technology reform has been identified as an important part of delivering a new and improved aged-care system.
Tracey Hogan is a House Companion at NewDirection Care in Bellmere, Queensland — a Microtown for the elderly and those living with younger onset dementia and complex care needs.
Changes to food allergy guidelines have led to a significant increase in parents introducing peanut into their babies' diets, with a 16% decrease in peanut allergy among infants.
A new report reveals an increase in cocaine availability, prevalence of use and related hospitalisations in Australia.
With a different approach to residential aged care, we can potentially reduce the burden on an overstrained system.
Four professional bodies have come together to deliver a joint statement on Prostheses List reform.
Hospital + Healthcare talks to Dr Teagan-Jane Westendorf from the National Advisory Group for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care.
The human brain's capacity to recover and rewire itself following a stroke peaks after around two weeks and diminishes over time, according to an international study.
Exploring the road ahead for Australia's aged-care system.
A study of two exemplary cancer services has found eight key factors helping to improve Indigenous patient and staff outcomes.