Epilepsy can affect anyone, impacting their daily lives. However, the right support can help individuals reclaim control and live full and active lives. Read more » How do epilepsy sensors work?
Recent studies have shown a link between higher than average blood pressure and dementia. How can you help keep your blood pressure down? Read more » Can lowering blood pressure help reduce the risk of dementia?
Helping a loved one living with a health issue means understanding when to be a friend or a carer. How do you know which they need? Read more » Knowing when to be a carer, a family member, or a friend
Knowing how to help a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is difficult. However, the right technology can improve independence, and provide peace of mind. Read more » How technology can help a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease
The future of healthcare may bring to mind sci-fi concepts, but are these scenarios realistic? What are some areas of healthcare that will grow and develop? Read more » What’s ahead for the future of healthcare?
Epilepsy affects over 250,000 Australians. Despite being the fourth most common brain disorder, there’s a lot that’s misunderstood about the disease. Read more » Understanding epilepsy and who it can affect
With medicine and technology creating new frontiers together, there are many new terms being bandied about. One such trend is telehealth. Read more » What is telehealth, and how does it benefit Australians?
Technology is found in every aspect of our lives, even medically. What are some of the main ways that it can be a benefit for our health care? Read more » 3 types of health technology making people’s lives better
Lone workers face an increased level of risk within their jobs. What are some of the best ways to minimise this, and provide a network of support? Read more » Aiding lone workers safety
Cognitive disabilities affect 3 per cent of Australians and can greatly impact daily life. So what are they? And how can intellectual impairments be diagnosed? Read more » What are cognitive disabilities?