Researchers at the University of South Australia have discovered a simple way for aged-care residents to improve their nutrition intake: increase their meal sizes.
Dr Josephine Guyer has won the RACGP's NSW/ACT General Practitioner in Training of the Year award.
Recovawear provides clothing solutions for injured or post-operative patients who might have difficulty dressing themselves.
A study of older Australians with type 2 diabetes revealed that taking metformin resulted in slower cognitive decline with lower dementia rates than those who did not use the medication.
Australian researchers are calling for more than 3500 volunteers to enrol in a study investigating genetic predisposition to three complex eating disorders.
More than 70% of people within aged-care facilities have experienced a traumatic event in their lives and may need psychological intervention during COVID-19, says researcher.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is calling on clinicians to complete the Palliative Care Prognostic Tools Survey.
The Victorian Government has announced funding for a collaborative study into the long-term impacts of the pandemic on healthcare workers' psychological and physical wellbeing.
A combination of dementia education and lifestyle changes improved cognitive performance and reduced the risk of Alzheimer's disease among seniors with pre-dementia conditions.
Rapid, molecular point-of-care tests can be used in remote settings to accurately detect the presence of Strep A bacterium in just six minutes.
Free online resources such as raisingchildren.net.au are available to help families and their children during the current pandemic.
This R U OK?Day SHPA is calling for hospital pharmacists and technicians, and their colleagues, to maintain conversations around mental health and wellbeing amid a challenging year.
Culinary experts recommend high-heat caramelisation to boost the flavour of meat, but results from a recent study reveal that it could be bad for our health.
Many healthcare software providers now offer a 'contactless experience', giving patients confidence that they can receive medical support in a safer environment.