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There is a large proportion of our population who are wanting to age well. Dementia particularly is of concern to many, and with recent research pointing to a doubling of diagnoses by 2025, it was good to find new research on how a healthy diet can slow down dementia risk. …
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New Trials Targeting the Biology of Anorexia Nervosa

Researchers are hoping that new trials using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) or estrogen to treat people living with anorexia nervosa will improve their symptoms. The TMS trial, the first of its kind, applies electromagnetic stimulation to a brain network that a Melbourne team from Monash University identified...

Australians Revealed As World’s Biggest Fashion Consumers

Australians buy more clothes per person than any other country which is fuelling a fast fashion waste crisis, according to new research from the Australia...

First-Of-Its-Kind Test Can Predict Dementia Up To Nine Years Before Diagnosis

An international research team led by Queen Mary University of London has developed a new method for predicting dementia with over 80 per cent accuracy...

Intensive Lifestyle Changes May Reverse Early Alzheimer’s Symptoms

Some people with mild cognitive impairment or early dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease may be able to improve their brain function and daily lives by radically overhauling...

15 Burning Questions About Retinol

Retinol, or vitamin A1, is prized for being one of the most effective ingredients you can use on your skin - but there are still many questions surrounding them, including which side effects to expect, does it dry your skin, can you use it every day, and...

More Than 300 Million Children Victims of Online Sexual Abuse

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Research reveals the global scale of child sexual abuse and exploitation for the first time. This report contains material that references child abuse. Readers may...

7 Common Nutrient Deficiencies

You may think vitamin and mineral deficiencies are a thing of the past, experienced only by sailors on long sea voyages. But today, it’s...

Pomegranate Compound May Aid Memory in Alzheimer’s

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A substance naturally occurring in pomegranates, strawberries and walnuts can improve memory and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), a new study conducted at the...

UV Light Suppresses Weight Gain

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A team of dermatologists has evaluated the effect of ultraviolet (UV) exposure on appetite and weight regulation and found that UV exposure raises norepinephrine...

Preventing Aged Care Workers From Taking On The Trauma Of Residents

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In many professions, the physical signs of work are visible. Carpenters might have rough hands and chefs often get burns and cuts from the...

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