From trees that make us happy to the untold risks of smoking, Australia’s largest ongoing study of healthy ageing has made some profound new discoveries.READ MORE
Sax Institute member, Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration, and the UNSW Ageing Futures Institute, is moving cognitive health research off the page and into the real world.READ MORE
Depression is preventing middle-aged women with hypertension or heart disease from taking up healthier lifestyles, according to new research based on data from our 45 and Up Study.READ MORE
Three Australian researchers who have achieved real impact have been honoured in the Sax Institute’s Research Action Awards.READ MORE
Research in Public Health Research & Practice identifies a range of specific harms teenage consumers of alcohol experience at the hands of other drinkers.
Five new Evidence Checks managed by the Sax Institute are informing an online mental health initiative for schools and early learning services.
Our researchers have used computer modelling to forecast future states of osteoporosis and identify the best interventions for tackling this silent disease.
In this month’s edition: new evidence on the mental health of young Australians, the health impacts of climate change, and more.