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Insomnia, sleeping less than six hours may increase risk of cognitive impairment
Alcohol, Nicotine Co-Exposure During Pregnancy Significantly Increases Health Risk in Newborns
Take time to support people living with dementia
People living with dementia, families and carers must be at centre of federal budget’s COVID recovery plan
Saving question – could this be sepsis?
Supreme Court finds Bentley Hospital negligent after heartbreaking birth leads to lifelong injuries
Researchers find a cause and possible treatment for Fragile X
Dementia-related deaths in U.S. may be higher than reported
Children with cognitive delays are more likely to have CT scan to diagnose appendicitis
Youngsters meet UEFA Champions League stars virtually before kick-off
Dementia education: an age-friendly future starts with our kids
Concordia postdoc builds a database to study factors behind age-related sight loss
Lack of females in drug dose trials leads to overmedicated women
Concordia’s Natalie Phillips examines link between sensory acuity and cognition in aging
Study points out opioid risks for hospital patients transitioning to skilled nursing facilities
Molecular alterations in neuronal trophic regulation in Alzheimer’s pathology begin decades before detectable
More Years of Education Reduces Risk of Dementia
Eye-tracking tech helps aged care assessment
“New findings could lead way towards treatments for intellectual disability in Down syndrome.”
Grants awarded for COVID-19 research in child, brain health
Artificial intelligence could speed up and improve Alzheimer’s diagnosis
Law Council President, Pauline Wright, statement on lack of action to raise age
Study Reveals Increasing Rates of Preventable Hospitalizations Among Older Adults with Dementia
Face coverings mandatory in shops, supermarkets, shopping centres and enclosed transport hubs from Friday
Apathy not depression helps to predict dementia
Placebo effect ‘could treat pain’
Desk-based jobs may offer protection against poor cognition in later life
$1.2m funding boost for Parkinson’s disease study
Virtual and augmented realities: six thorny questions you need to ask
Vanderbilt, Ohio State University developing ‘socially assistive robots’ to stem loneliness and encourage activity
Talking to everyone – ATO puts accessibility at forefront of marketing and communication
NHS volunteers extend support to frontline health and social care staff
Researchers shed light on serotonin’s role in obstructive sleep apnea
Acute illnesses and injuries raise seniors’ risk of severe disability
Calls for NSW government to keep the cognitively disabled out of prison
Adolescent exposure to anesthetics may cause alcohol use disorder, new research shows
New online initiative to support people with intellectual disabilities in criminal justice system
Patients who had been waiting in operation queue died earlier
Research Grant to Fund Major Advance in Fight Against Dementia
Type 2 Diabetes Linked to Worse Cognitive Performance After a Stroke; Prediabetes not Linked, but Prevention Needed
Game-changing blood test accurately detects Alzheimer’s disease
FSU Research: For better emergency management planning, consider stress and frustration
UO lab looking at aging arteries and Alzheimer’s disease
Deep Learning Algorithm Outperforms Experts in Making Alzheimer’s Diagnosis
Seniors staying connected & active despite lockdown
New blood test for Alzheimer’s developed
New Evaluation of Telephone Screening Test Increases Accessibility to Cognitive Assessment for Older Australians
Man extradited from Victoria over sexual assault – Minto