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Young Australian adults will now have personalised dietary advice available at their fingertips, with the launch of a new website.
Greater Charitable Foundation have provided over $350,000 for three years to trial an anti-fatigue drug to help stroke survivors living with fatigue find much-needed relief from symptoms.
A new intervention aims to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who receive an annual GP check-up.
World Health Organisation advice on reducing saturated fat intake might inadvertently lead to malnutrition, nutrition experts say
Stroke researcher Dr Heidi Janssen has received HMRI's first Women in Medical Research Fellowship to help reconnect stroke survivors with the community.
A diabetes trial is underway, using a smartphone app to determine insulin dosage based on food intake.
Two former HMRI chairs and a toxicology researcher were named a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in Queens Birthday Honours.
Dr Matt Dun is working to trial new treatments for DIPG (brain cancer) in the hope of saving his daughter Josie and other kids like her.
HMRI-affiliated researchers are working on an array of research projects aimed at stopping smoking.
The World Health Organisation will collaborate with Newcastle researchers to fight non-communicable diseases.
A new multimillion-dollar project will develop an artificial intelligence surveillance system to better tackle antimicrobial resistance.