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New research reveals hope for reducing depression risks

AIA Australia has partnered with data science specialists Quantium to produce the world’s largest study looking at the links between behavioural characteristics and risks of depression, and the findings show us how Australians can easily eliminate hundreds of thousands of depression incidences each year. Mental illness and ill-health is one of the fastest growing public […]
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On the road to recovery with Pain Revolution

Living with persistent pain can be hugely debilitating, both physically and mentally. Painaustralia, the nation’s pain management peak body, estimates that up to one in five Australians live with chronic pain, and 44 per cent of those will experience depression or anxiety as a result. Tragically, chronic pain has also been found to be a common contributing factor in many suicides.
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AIA Vitality: shifting the conversation from protection to prevention

A recent trend in the life and health insurance market has been working in consumers’ favour. As insurance providers vie to gain a competitive edge in an increasingly crowded space, several have begun adding health and wellbeing programs to their product offerings, presenting their customers with various rewards and incentives for improving their health and fitness.
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