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The Brain, Re-Wired

Dementia is a collective type of diseases that can result in impairment of cognitive function, memory loss and behaviour change among others. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s Disease. Dementia is the second leading cause of death of Australians, and as of 2021, an estimated 472,000 Australians live with this disease. Due to …

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Get a Good Grip on Life!

Grip strength is a measure of muscular strength or maximum force generated by the muscles in the forearm. This measure can be used to assess the stability of the muscles in the shoulder that help move our arm away from the centre of the body. One thing we often do not think about is that …

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New Year, New You

Among the top New Years resolutions world wide are the resolutions “exercise more” and “lose weight”. While they sound simple in theory, less than half of us succeed at achieving our new years resolutions. Exercising to lose weight may seem straight forward, but in fact there are variables to consider to make sure that you …

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