dementia Dr Katya numbers UNSW

Research led by Dr Katya Numbers from UNSW’s Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) has shown that certain presentations of memory concerns by older adults are predictive of future dementia. The findings published today in PLOS ONE highlight the importance of general practitioners in listening to their older adult patient population inRead More →

COVID-19 SCHOOLS CLOSE

From midday March 23, 2020 Australia has shut down and entered a new era in its history. People have been told to not leave homes unless it is essential and there is widespread closure of businesses affecting tens of thousands of families whether they are small businesses or employees of thoseRead More →

Chilli Peppers eating is good

Contrary to what was previously believed and advocated, a recent study has found people who regularly consume chilli peppers have a reduced mortality risk compared with those who never eat chillies. Chilli peppers are now a global phenomenon. From Cambodia to California, and from Birmingham, Alabama to Birmingham, United Kingdom,Read More →

Qantas - safest airline

Fans of Qantas have a reason to smile. Qantas tops World’s safest airlines list. AirlineRatings.com (www.AirlineRatings.com) the world’s only safety and product rating website has named Qantas as its safest airline for 2020. AirlineRatings.com has also announced its Top Twenty safest airlines and Top Ten safest low-cost airlines from theRead More →