Latest cognitive impairment News

Technology is key to transforming systemic deficiencies in Australia’s aged care sector, new report finds
Technology key to transforming systemic deficiencies in Australia’s aged care sector, and it exists now
Australian Dementia Network Registry releases First Annual Report 2020-2021
Nursing and midwifery research grants to drive innovation
Protein could provide answers to cause of dementia
“Quake brain” effects suffered by resilient Cantabrians fade over time – study
Research sheds light on mechanism by which long-term anti-anxiety drug use affects brain
“Real” 7-Up – 30-Year Study Linking Childhood Obesity and Fitness to Midlife Cognition
Exercise is medicine how heart surgery patients are bouncing back post-op
Dementia Australia welcomes newly elected government and reaffirms need to invest in quality dementia care
Quality dementia care must be an ongoing priority
Early detection of Alzheimer’s possible – research
HKUST Pushes Forward Research on Early Diagnostics and Gene Therapy for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Poor eyesight unfairly mistaken for brain decline
Half million Australians live with dementia. That figure is expected to triple by 2050
In reality, escapist fiction could be what doctor orders
Study finds new iron supplement may limit debilitating side effects
Research linking music to brain function could lead to promising therapies: CNN
We need to protect all athletes from CTE, say Greens
Link between dementia and atrial fibrillation
Dementia Australia acknowledges Opposition’s commitment to aged care
Family donation supports Otago University research on World Bipolar Day
Can music slow onset of neurodegenerative disease?
Low vitamin C linked to cognitive impairment in older Australians
Delirium linked to increase in hospital deaths
Yemen: Acute hunger at unprecedented levels as funding dries up
Partnership to transform dementia care in residential aged care
Slow walk and memory issues may predict dementia risk
Unraveling complexity of vitamin B12 diseases
ADRF: Expanding research parameters and introducing greater innovation
Defence awards $7 million for studies on gut health and wearable biomarker technology
Research investigates how gut wages war on brains of soldiers
Age not barrier to improved technology for diabetes, new study finds
City recognises International Day of People with Disability by releasing Access Keys
Calls for re-funding of life-changing dementia-friendly communities program
Sexual consent loophole in bill needs to be closed.
Older Adults Can Improve Prospective Memory Functioning Using Smartphone Technology
Listening to favourite music improves brain function in Alzheimer’s patients: University of Toronto research
Long term effects of Covid
Informed consent must for vaccinations in aged care to boost protection and assurance
Restoring normal sleep reduces amyloid-beta accumulation in mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease
Brain scientist’s free tips to keep your mind sharp
Clarification on diabetes and dementia risk
Covid vaccinations essential to protect people living with dementia
Early accumulation of tau in brain predicts memory decline in Alzheimer’s disease
Do brain training apps, games and puzzles enhance brain health?
WHO and partners call for urgent action on meningitis
Helping those with acquired brain injury keep safe online