Exercise, nutrition & socialising; Where do the biggest health benefits lie for Kiwi seniors?

18 Jun 2018

Staying UPright and Eating well Research (SUPER) is an Ageing Well National Science Challenge funded project, which aims to test the impact and cost-effectiveness of physical activity and/or nutrition, and social group attendance, to reduce frailty and falls of older people. This project is one of the biggest studies into ageing happening across New Zealand and is led by Dr Ruth Teh at Auckland University. Recently this project has been fetching media attention and has been streamed online at multiple sites, as follows:

1 NEWS (18th June, 2018): Exercise, nutrition & socialising; Where do the biggest health benefits lie for Kiwi seniors?

NZ Herald (19th June, 2018): Older kiwis take part in nationwide study to learn how to improve their quality of life.

Stuff (19th June, 2018): Study to improve quality of life. 

SUPER Trial is expected to finish by June 2019. Please follow this link to read more information about this project and the challenge itself.