Brain health

Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia. It is one of the most common yet misunderstood illnesses in Australia. Alzheimer’s, on the other hand, is a specific type of brain disease. It is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 per cent of dementia cases

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Program improves cognition of people at risk of dementia

Help from experts could help improve the cognition of people at risk.

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Older Australians are using interactive gaming to improve their brains and balance.

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Study links exposure to noise to an increased risk for Alzheimer's.

PrecivityAD Alzheimer's blood test breakthrough rushed through

Blood test promises to make diagnosis cheaper, but a treatment remains elusive.

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The 17-year wait for a new, effective Alzheimer's medication continues.

Diagnosing dementia in middle-aged people

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Simple language test can predict who will get Alzheimer’s

Research suggests breakthrough could reduce the need for invasive and expensive scans.

Your favourite music can send your brain into a pleasure overload: researchers

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Inflammatory bowel disease and dementia

These are the symptoms to look out for.

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Slowing the decline into dementia

Help from experts could help improve the cognition of people at risk.

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Boosting brain health with video games

Older Australians are using interactive gaming to improve their brains and balance.

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Is this Alzheimer's risk in your neighbourhood?

Study links exposure to noise to an increased risk for Alzheimer's.

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Alzheimer's test rushed into use

Blood test promises to make diagnosis cheaper, but a treatment remains elusive.

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