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Eat your greens every day for stronger muscles and fewer falls

Eating just one cup of leafy green vegetables every day could boost your muscles. Poor muscle function is linked to greater risk of falls...

Antibacterial soaps cause antibiotic resistance

Soaps that claim to be antimicrobial or antibacterial are no better than ordinary soaps at cleaning your hands and they are feeding the growing...

Perth’s Perron Institute brings research from laboratory bench to bedside

For nearly 40 years scientists at Perth’s Perron Institute have been researching an ever expanding range of medical conditions, among them stroke, Parkinson’s, motor...

Drinking a cup or two of coffee may help for a...

People who drink one cup of coffee a day are 12 per cent less likely to die prematurely than those who didn’t drink coffee...

Scientists find a way for adult stem cells to repair damaged...

Each cell in your body has a complete set of your genes. But they are not all active.  The genes to produce liver enzymes,...

The age-old question: why do women live longer than men?

Female mammals, including humans, generally outlive males.  Professor Maarten Wensink of the University of Southern Denmark said that around 1950, males lived about two and...

Good news – cheese, lamb and red wine delay cognitive decline

Just once in a while, dieticians come up with a trial results that appeals to my prejudices, and late last year a group of...

Leading world medical research diabetes trial begins in Perth

West Australian researchers have won funding to carry out a world-leading trial that could reduce the chances of people with type 2 diabetes who’ve...

Video games can improve balance and reduce the risk of falls

Falls are a major health risk for older people. One third of seniors have a fall at least once a year, which often result...

A positive attitude helps to retain your super-power memory as you...

Sometimes we open the fridge and can’t recall what we are looking for or we can’t remember the name of a familiar acquaintance. That’s normal,...

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