CHeBA in the Media

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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CHeBA in the Media: Whole Foods Over Supplements For Better Brain Health As We Age
CHeBA in the Media: Whole Foods Over Supplements For Better Brain Health As We Age
The collaboration between UNSW Sydney’s Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), the Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) and the Nutrition and Dietetics Group at the University of Sydney, recently published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, confirms a positive link between healthy dietary patterns and better brain health in older adults. Researchers reviewed random controlled trials and numerous cohort studies to… Read More
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Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by Community Care Review
Professor Henry Brodaty Interviewed by Community Care Review
The first of 35 new Specialist Dementia Care Units (SDCU) for people whose symptoms are too severe to be adequately cared for by mainstream services is expected to start receiving residents this year, marking the first step towards a national network of specialist dementia care. CHeBA Co-Director Professor Henry Brodaty, who was instrumental in developing the SDCU model, discusses the requirements and benefit of implementing the units… Read More
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CHeBA in the Media: Professor Henry Brodaty
CHeBA in the Media: Professor Henry Brodaty
Video and photos obtained by the ABC show dementia patients strapped to their chairs in a Sydney nursing home — a practice the Australian Law Reform Commission says could constitute elder abuse. One of Australia's most respected dementia specialists and CHeBA Co-Director, Professor Henry Brodaty, discusses the use of antipsychotic drugs at nursing homes. Read More
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CHeBA in the Media: What Does it Take to Live to 100?
CHeBA in the Media: What Does it Take to Live to 100?
What can we do to increase our chances of living beyond the age of 100? That was one many questions being considered at the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA)’s Living to 100 Conference held in Sydney last week. The conference opened with leading centenarian researchers from around the world summarising their latest findings and sharing secrets from centenarians themselves. Read More
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