CHeBA in the Media

Logo for CHeBA-Led trial: Maintain Your Brain
Logo for CHeBA-Led trial: Maintain Your Brain
ABC News and ABC 7.30 report feature CHeBA-led Maintain Your Brain study (of which Ita Buttrose AC OBE is a patron) - one of the world's largest dementia prevention trials that assesses 6,000 Australians in an attempt to help prevent cognitive decline and dementia. CHeBA Co-Director Professor Henry Brodaty AO also discusses risk factors for dementia.  Read More
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CHeBA in the Media: Scientia Professor Henry Brodaty AO speaks about dementia
CHeBA in the Media: Scientia Professor Henry Brodaty AO speaks about dementia
Scientia Professor Henry Brodaty AO, CHeBA Co-Director, speaks to Luke Grant on 2GB Radio for Dementia Action Week. Professor Brodaty discusses the diagnosis and prevention of dementia, the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's disease, cognitive function between older and younger people, and what it's like to live with dementia.  Read More
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Sydney Centenarian Study and Professor Perminder Sachdev Featured on ABC'S Catalyst - Staying Younger for Longer: Body
Sydney Centenarian Study and Professor Perminder Sachdev Featured on ABC'S Catalyst - Staying Younger for Longer: Body
CHeBA Co-Director Professor Perminder Sachdev AM and our extraordinary centenarians from CHeBA's Sydney Centenarian Study share the secrets to longevity on ABC Catalyst's Staying Younger for Longer: Body.  Read More
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Professor Henry Brodaty Discusses Maintain Your Brain on ABC Radio National Health Report
Professor Henry Brodaty Discusses Maintain Your Brain on ABC Radio National Health Report
CHeBA Co-Director Professor Henry Brodaty AO speaks to ABC Radio National's Health Report about Maintain Your Brain, a randomised controlled trial of multiple online interventions designed to target modifiable risk factors for dementia in general and Alzheimer's disease. Professor Brodaty also discusses modifiable risk factors to prevent dementia.   Read More
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CHeBA in the Media: Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by ABC News about link between cardiovascular health and dementi
CHeBA in the Media: Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by ABC News about link between cardiovascular health and dementi
CHeBA Co-Director Professor Henry Brodaty discusses the link between cardiovascular health and dementia with ABC News. "There's quite a lot of evidence to show that vascular risk factors also increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease, which is the major cause of dementia.” Read More
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Professor Perminder Sachdev Discusses the Growing Older Population and CHeBA's Sydney Centenarian Study
Professor Perminder Sachdev Discusses the Growing Older Population and CHeBA's Sydney Centenarian Study
Co-Director Professor Perminder Sachdev AM discusses the growing older population and the research of CHeBA’s Sydney Centenarian Study, a longitudinal project that explores genetic and environmental factors of extreme longevity. Read More
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Dr Nady Braidy Discusses Interventions Based on Biomarkers at the Healthy Ageing APAC Summit
Dr Nady Braidy Discusses Interventions Based on Biomarkers at the Healthy Ageing APAC Summit
Dr Nady Braidy was a sponsored presenter and panel member at the Healthy Ageing Summit and the APAC Summit in Singapore in July.  Dr Braidy and the panel identified that interventions based on biomarkers and disease prevention need to be the key priority areas for the nutritional scientific community to promote healthy ageing.  Read More
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CHeBA in the Media: Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald about Australian Psychiatrists in the Public System
CHeBA in the Media: Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald about Australian Psychiatrists in the Public System
CHeBA Co-Director Professor Henry Brodaty AO was interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald about overburdened psychiatrists working in the public sector.  Read More
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Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald
Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald
Early onset dementia sufferers have pleaded for governing bodies and aged care facilities to provide more support for victims of the disease during public hearings for the Royal Commission into aged care. CHeBA Co-Director, Professor Henry Brodaty, gave insight to the commission about how some aged care residents really feel about living in a nursing home.  Read More
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Professor Henry Brodaty Discusses Pseudodementia on News Talk 6PR 882
Professor Henry Brodaty Discusses Pseudodementia on News Talk 6PR 882
CHeBA Co-Director Professor Henry Brodaty discusses pseudodementia on News Talk 6PR 882 with Chris Ilsley. Professor Brodaty explains what pseudodementia is, the differences between dementia and pseudodementia and how to treat it.  Read More
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