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How daylight savings affects your sleep and what you can do about it 
Social Media Boundaries Can Improve Teen Sleep
Local Libraries Add To Accessible Book Collections
Wyndham Libraries Are Sunflower Friendly Place
Daniel Kahneman changed how we think about human nature – the psychologist remembered by a former student
How And Why Animals Can Live Alongside Humans
Ultrasound therapy shows promise as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease
Fermented Foods And Your Health
Mindful Reading And Mental Health
NSW new building brighter beginnings for Tenterfield pre-schoolers
Study finds high prevalence of hidden brain changes in people with heart disease
Mind Prize awarded to neuroscientist Antonio Fernandez-Ruiz
Wild Bird Gestures “after You”
PolyU research reveals significant effects of instructors onscreen during video classes in aiding student learning
Minns defies civil society, expert consensus, crossbench, opposition, own government, to force through laws to jail children
“Access to palliative care is a human right we’ll keep standing up for.”
Conspiracy theorists seem to favour an intuitive thinking style – here’s why that’s important
Australian scientists develop a new method for the detection of Alzheimer’s
The middle-aged brain changes a lot – and it’s key to understanding dementia
Alcohol retailers exploiting pregnancy warning loophole, putting babies at risk
Hope For Autoinflammatory Disease Treatment
Greater support and care for pregnant women and babies in NSW
Melbourne Man Jailed Over 266kg MDMA Import
Mike Tyson is getting back in the ring at 58 – what could go wrong?
Slowed speech may indicate cognitive decline more accurately than forgetting words
The surprising key to magpie intelligence: it’s not genetic
Social smarts trump genetics when it comes to cluey magpies
Newest Dementia Australia Honorary Medical Advisor promotes dementia-specific tools for GPs
High blood pressure’s impact on white matter could be key to dementia prevention
Intuition is the secret to great acting and many other skills – here’s how to train it
As the pandemic turns four, here’s what we need to do for a healthier future
Linguistic clues can help detect mild cognitive impairment
WHO launches new manual to support delivery of psychological interventions
Insights Into Myopia In Children
Scenario Village – new frontline training facility officially open
Statement from CARE West Bank and Gaza Country Director Hiba Tibi, on the five-months-mark of the conflict escalation in Gaza
Transforming early learning through curiosity and interest
Mine workers adapt to heat across seasons but dehydration a concern
Three NYU Studies Vie for This Year’s Top Health Discovery
Cognitive Impairment Varies Significantly Among Individuals with Newly Diagnosed Psychosis
A personal tale of intellectual humility – and the rewards of being open-minded
Black Dog app for doctors in training to help with mental health
Sleep and circadian rhythm problems linked with poor mental health – new research
Stop trying to raise the perfect child: latest parenting research
Attack Week With Monday Morning Mile
Exploring the gut-brain connection in treatment-resistant schizophrenia
Overcoming Dental Fear With Tap Of App
Making the moral of the story stick − a media psychologist explains the research behind ‘Sesame Street,’ ‘Arthur’ and other children’s TV