Gabrielle Maston is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Exercise Physiologist who works as an obesity therapist in a public hospital.
Helping older workers work longer could benefit both individuals and government budgets.
Following the release of a new report and some high-profile cases, the federal government is replacing announced visits.
Repetitive lab testing is leading to additional illness, interventions and patient costs.
Damage to the skin caused by hard water can lead to skin conditions.
Frail people are susceptible to incorrect prescriptions, increasing the risk of death 22%.
Smart tattoos are the next generation of wearable devices, with potential for patients, athletes and even astronauts.
If you're trying to keep the weight off, you may want to rethink working night shifts.
Designed for people caring for or living with dementia, the plain English guide is a valuable resource.
The CSIRO reviewed the eating habits of over 90,000 Australians and established five diet personalities.
Almost 90 institutions are testing for a vaccine that would halt Alzheimer's disease before it begins.
Patients on the plant-based diet no longer required medication, and experienced other benefits.
While both terms are often used interchangeably, they're not the same.
Lainie Lynch is improving the nutritional profile of people living with dementia through a food service model based on the internationally awarded Butterfly household care model, pioneered by Dr David Sheard, founder of Dementia Care Matters in the UK.