Around a third of older Australians have at some point used a mobile health app, researchers using data from our 45 and Up Study have found.READ MORE
Health agencies and organisations are invited to collaborate on the questions in the upcoming fourth survey wave of the 45 and Up Study.READ MORE
The Sax Institute has welcomed six new Members from around the country as the Institute’s national profile continues to rise.READ MORE
Our 45 and Up Study is a unique resource for exploring a broad range of mental health issues in older people during these difficult times.READ MORE
Research based on data from the 45 and Up Study shows that having a vasectomy or being obese are both linked to an increased risk of advanced prostate cancer.
Co-production cannot simply be a slogan and must be backed by resources and capacity development, experts argue in Public Health Research & Practice.
Research using data from the 45 and Up Study revealed that fatigue is closely tied to a lower quality of life, as well as a person’s chance of another stroke.
Men have a 43% greater risk of dying from lung cancer than women, with cancer treatment being the most influential factor in this difference.
We’re partnering with Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety.