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Brain Capital: A New Investment Approach for Late-Life Well-Being

To solve late-life brain challenges spanning dementias, depression, anxiety, social isolation, workplace changes and disinformation — a novel approach is needed. Could an economic focus on brain health be...

Brain Capital

2021 Annual Report

The Institute for Mental and Physical Health and Clinical Translation (IMPACT) hit the ground running in 2021, navigating its way through the second of year of the pandemic to...

Institute News

3 reasons your teenager might skip breakfast – don’t fuss but do encourage a healthy start

As I sit at the breakfast table with 12-year-old Martin, awaiting his daily bowl of Weetbix, I ask him, “So, how many do you do?” With a cheeky grin...

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Pint of Science 2022

Find out why we haven’t been able to solve the problem of Malaria, how better motorcycle clothing can be made to protect the body and how we could 3D...

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Stress can cause heart attacks. Could tackling workplace bullying save lives?

The sad passing of Kimberley Kitching and Shane Warne (both 52) from suspected cardiac conditions has put a spotlight on the causes of heart disease. In recent days, attention...

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New clinical guidelines for the use of medicinal plants

New findings from a major international review examining the ‘best of the best’ available scientific evidence reveals which nutraceuticals (nutrient-based natural products) and phytoceuticals (plant-based natural products) are beneficial...

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Water really can provide some relief from anxiety and help us see the glass half full

  Many Australians can feel overwhelmed at some stage of their life with feelings of tension, nervousness and fear for the worst. A staggering 3.2 million Australians have an...

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Q&A Session: World Bipolar Day 2022

This event has now ended. If you were unable to attend this insightful Q&A session, or would like to revisit this very important and interesting session, click here to...

Events

‘Doing your own research’ – what you need to know

At the Food & Mood Centre, we are often contacted by the general public asking us questions about a new therapy (device, product, supplement, program, ‘super food’) they have...

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Moody foods: the link between poor diet and mood disorders

Unhealthy diets before and during a pregnancy could contribute to greater risk of perinatal depression and anxiety.  With as many as one in five Australian women likely to experience...

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Time for united action on depression

The Lancet: Overlooked and underfunded experts call for united action to reduce the global burden of depression The world is failing to tackle the persisting and increasingly serious global...

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A healing mind

Over the past two decades, drug discovery has come to a near standstill for psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression. Gaps in understanding held back improvements...

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