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AGED CARE RESIDENTS EXPERIENCE A DIFFERENT KIND OF REALITY

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, mer 23 dicembre 2020 23 December 2020 VR technology is helping aged care residents to improve their mental health. Cutting-edge technology is normally associated with youth, but a group of aged care residents in Adelaide are learning how useful (and how much fun) virtual reality......
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ABORIGINAL WOMEN SHARE THEIR STORIES ON KEEPING THE HEART STRONG

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, ven 18 dicembre 2020 18 December 2020 Photo by Steve Evans More than a decade after committing $130+ billion to Closing the Gap, there has been little improvement in health outcomes experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations. A significant life expectancy gap remains,......
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‘ALARMINGLY HIGH’ VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, mer 16 dicembre 2020 16 December 2020 Asians living in the UK have the highest vitamin D deficiency rates of any cultural group. Over 50 per cent of Asians living in the UK are severely deficient in vitamin D, leaving them more vulnerable to respiratory......
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NHMRC IDEAS GRANT TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT UNISA-SEMENTIS PEANUT ALLERGY VACCINE

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, mar 15 dicembre 2020 15 December 2020 Researchers at UniSA and Sementis are moving a step closer to developing a vaccine for peanut allergy thanks to an NHMRC Ideas Grant that will support a team of local researchers to better understand the immune signatures critical......
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UNISA STUDY FINDS SURVIVORS OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT ARE DYING YOUNG

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, lun 14 dicembre 2020 14 December 2020 Globally the statistics are daunting. Across countries and communities between 15 and 50 per cent of children are subject to serious abuse and neglect within their own families, most often at the hands of a parent. Known as......
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REWIRING STROKE SURVIVORS BRAINS COULD ALLEVIATE DEPRESSION

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, dom 13 dicembre 2020 14 December 2020 Repetitive trans cranial magnetic stimulation could hold the key to treating post-stroke depression University of South Australia researchers have made a major breakthrough in the treatment of depression after stroke, using a high frequency brain stimulation device to......
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THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE THE KEY TO REDUCING AGRICULTURAL FOOD POLLUTION

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, ven 11 dicembre 2020 11 December 2020 The burning of rice husks is a major contributor of pollution and landfill in India. UniSA thermal energy researcher Professor Frank Bruno has been awarded almost $1 million by the Federal Government to find a solution to agricultural......
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COULD CHATBOT BE A LIFELINE FOR DEMENTIA CARERS?

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, dom 06 dicembre 2020 07 December 2020 Carers of people living with dementia are set to benefit from new research led by UniSA. Dementia. It’s a word that around 50 million people worldwide are intimately acquainted with every day, along with their unpaid family carers.......
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AGED CARE MEDICATION GOING UNCHECKED

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, dom 06 dicembre 2020 05 December 2020 New research from the Registry of Senior Australians at SAHMRI has shown just one in five older Australians receive a government-funded medication review after entering an aged care facility. The study’s lead researcher, Dr Janet Sluggett from the......
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TENANTS WITH A DISABILITY AT GREATER RISK DURING COVID

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(AGENPARL) – SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, sab 05 dicembre 2020 04 December 2020 Amost 30% of housing tenants with a disability are struggling to make ends meet. New findings released today by the University of South Australia paint an alarming picture for people with a disability who are renting in the......

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