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Picture the scene: the most senior member of your family takes their usual seat at the head of the table for Christmas lunch. Children are darting about happily, people are being greeted as they enter the house from behind the head seat, and several conversations compete with festive music coming from the adjacent room. People help themselves to food and drinks served in the middle of the table...

Art has been used as therapy for hundreds of years in clinical and other settings. However, how much does participation in the arts have a positive impact on people's health and well-being?

With heatwaves being experienced in parts of Australia and high temperatures expected this weekend, here are 5 top tips for minimising heat stress for older people.

Celebrating Christmas with family and friends can be one of life’s greatest joys. For a person living with dementia, though, it can be an overwhelming experience – sometimes resulting in tension and pressure for the whole family.

Watch: Professor Rod MacLeod and Professor Melanie Lovell discuss upcoming legislation permitting assisted suicide and euthanasia.

As part of the final blog post in our series on palliative care, we expel some of the myths and discuss ten things you should know about morphine and its use during end of life care.