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Professor Gabriele Bammer has been invited to attend a meeting of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs in New York in early May.
We all have memory lapses, but it's not a sign of anything more sinister than simple forgetfulness, which is common as we age.
An unprecedented global push to provide deworming tablets to the poorest people on the planet has only partially succeeded, says a health researcher from The...
New research suggests that people with Type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of poorer cognition than adults without diabetes.
The study has been recruiting volunteers since 2013 and assessed the 300th participant on Friday 19th June 2015.
PhD student Jin Han talks about her joint study that found social media data can be used to predict depression in users.
Possible deterioration in living standards of older Australians as a result of the global financial crisis (GFC) could be masking broader, longterm health...
Results of a study led by CRAHW researchers revealed a larger gender difference in the expected age of retirement for the Australian sample compared to the US.
This project compared the longitudinal trajectories of three commonly used self-reported measures of health.
Prevalence and impact of mild cognitive impairment in the PATH Cohort.
Results from the PATH Through Life project indicate that moderate levels of volunteer activity relate to high levels of life satisfaction.