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Cognitive Empowerment Program Opens Doors to First Members
How much does cannabis actually affect brain?
Further limits to hospital visitors
Community Visitors volunteers must receive dementia-specific training
Psychosocial health rules during COVID-19 quarantine
Capacity and needs of people living with dementia a priority for aged and health care COVID-19 coronavirus responses
Capacity and needs of people living with dementia a priority for aged and health care COVID-19 coronavirus
New Rating Scale Developed to Quantify Cerebrovascular Damage
Gold nanoparticles uncover amyloid fibrils
QSPainRelief consortium will improve treatment of chronic pain
Save Children renews call to raise age of criminal responsibility as inquiry submissions close
Digital humans – helping patients navigate healthcare
Housing To Help Aboriginal Women Leaving Prison
A whole-of-government approach could address reoffending and reimprisonment
New report recommends whole-of-government approach to address reoffending and reimprisonment
Could a drug deployed at earliest hint of Alzheimer’s stop or slow disease?
£1.2 million USA grant to investigate psychosis in Alzheimer’s disease
Blood test identifies risk of disease linked to stroke and dementia
Police charge man with sexual assault of woman at Wollongong
Concordia’s Natalie Phillips examines link between cognition and hearing or vision loss
Possible Alzheimer’s breakthrough suggested
Research points to early detection for Alzheimer’s disease
A new molecule blocks side effects of cannabinoid painkillers
LCA and AMA call on Australian governments to raise age of criminal responsibility to 14
Hydration may affect cognitive function in some older adults
Fragmented sleep may affect brain’s immune cells, impair cognition: University study
$22 million funding for ageing and aged care research
Fairer laws needed for people with mental health or cognitive impairments
Weill Cornell center will aim to help cognitively impaired seniors
Drugs that quell brain inflammation reverse dementia
Proton radiotherapy better for pediatric brain cancer patients
Property Industry Leads Most Successful Wipeout Dementia to Date – $205,000 Raised
Leading local Victorian pharmacists honoured
Property Industry Embraces Corporate Social Responsibility to Wipeout Dementia
Microparticles could help fight malnutrition
Retinal imaging technology for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease
Gut may be ticket to reducing chemo’s side effects
Politicians should recognise mandatory sentencing will not make children safer
NIH grant will fund non-pharmacological pain research
How are psychiatric disorders linked to infections during pregnancy?
Research shows that early retirement can accelerate cognitive decline
Hampshire County Council and University of Southampton working together to share expertise
Tumors alone may be linked to cancer patients’ cognitive problems
Groundbreaking study to detect brain defects in babies
Study links high-salt diet and cognitive impairment
Penn Medicine Researchers Receive $9.7 Million NIH Grant to Study Traumatic Brain Injuries and Neurodegeneration
Pharmacists can help protect vulnerable older Australians
From healthy babies to green energy storage: University researchers share $9 million