The right size matters
There are sneaky, under-the-radar home renovation remedies that could help solve our cities' housing crises.
Episode 15: The ageing population
For the first time in human history, the world's population is rapidly ageing, and in an ageist society we're ill-prepared to handle it. A Different Lens explores the challenges of an ageing population.
Episode 12: Designing future cities
The challenge of providing appropriate care to an ageing population means the rate of technological innovation needs to be stepped up and more smart homes created.
The silent threat to pedestrians
The growing popularity of electric cars presents an increasing risk to the visually impaired.
Restraint of the aged
Regulating physical restraint of the elderly in nursing homes is a step in the right direction, but more still needs to be done to educate the sector on alternatives.
Too late for the old
By the time the aged care royal commission's recommendations lead to improvements in our nursing homes, four cohorts of residents will have died. Here's why.
That's what I'm talking about
A series of animated films is future-proofing Indigenous culture, language and knowledge for generations to come.
Rethink on aspirin
Low-dose aspirin has no benefit in prolonging a life free of disability, or substantially reducing the risk of having a first heart attack or stroke, study finds.
Hunting superbugs among the aged
Nursing homes are coming under the spotlight in the ongoing antimicrobial resistance war.
Associate Professor Boyce is part of an international team about to begin a new five-year investigation into the superbug, its antibiotic resistance mechanisms and also novel (new) treatments for infection.
Treasurer shows us the money
Scott Morrison's 2018 federal budget is aimed at winning back middle Australia, with 10 million workers set to receive tax refunds worth up to $530.
Dignity of risk – when living better means living longer
Society’s perception of aged care must change from being a place of protection to a place where people actually live – and that means more autonomy for residents.
PSA testing for prostate cancer is only worth it for some
Since the 1980s, PSA tests have been used for the diagnosis and follow-up of prostate cancer. However, its use as a screening test for prostate cancer remains controversial.
Too many Australians living in nursing homes take their own lives
Around 140 Australian nursing-home residents have taken their own lives between 2000 and 2013, our new study shows
New flu vaccines for the over-65s
Two free flu vaccines will improve protection for older people, but like those already available, they're not perfect.
Handle with care
Design and medicine have joined forces to tackle a vital hygiene issue that plays a part in tens of thousands of deaths each year.
Getting a grip on unconscious bias
Most Australians believe in values such as fairness and equality – but these can be harder to act on than you would think.
Victoria passes assisted dying bill, but how much will actually change?
Only a small number are predicted to take advantage of the legislation from mid-2019.
Cross-education is mind over matter, literally
Exercising healthy limbs to treat their injured opposites is increasingly being used in therapy.
Lessons at the global checkout
Planograms, 3D printers, eye tracking – all research features of Monash University’s Food Innovation Centre
Creating better asthma inhalers through aerospace engineering
Techniques used in aerospace research have led to surprising insights into asthma inhalers – with potentially life-changing results.
Old but not wise? Our growing anti-ageing industry
There have been some reported increased rates of adverse events, including death, among healthy elderly people resulting from the use of human growth hormones. Adverse effects have also been associated with the use of stem cell-based cosmetics
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