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RPH Research Foundation's Community Health Talks are presented by world-class researchers that cover a range of topics including healthy aging, food as medicine, and living with pain.

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Take the pressure down. Easier than you may think.

Hypertension is the biggest killer globally, accounting for more than 10 million deaths every year. In Australia, a third of all adults have high blood pressure, and half of them don’t even know it. Left untreated high blood pressure can lead to heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, and eye disease. 

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Metabolic Syndrome: The World's Next Health Challenge

What is Metabolic Syndrome and how can you prevent it? Find out about the latest research into this important health issue by watching RPH Research Foundation’s latest video.

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Listen Up! Your Memory May Depend On It

Did you know there’s a link between hearing loss and the development of dementia? Find out more!

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Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll: Coming of Age in the COVID-19 Era

Join Professor Daniel Fatovich, Dr Jenny McCloskey and Dr Jessamine Soderstrom as they tackle coming of age in the era of COVID-19.

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Healthy Ageing: What is it and how do we get there?

Join Professor of Geriatric Medicine Leon Flicker as he explores:

  • The essential features of healthy ageing and the factors affecting it.
  • The fact that worldwide ageing is unprecedented.
  • How ageing is often accompanied by a loss of physiological reserve and age-related diseases.
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Food as Medicine

Dr. Catherine Bondonno, Professor Kevin Croft and Professor Jonathan Hodgson discuss how what we eat can help prevent chronic disease.

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The Painful Truth 

Join globally-renowned pain medicine expert Emeritus Professor Stephan Schug as he sheds new light on the latest pain management and prevention techniques.

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