Leading research for life changing results
A timesaving diagnostic device called the Stroke Finder helmet is being trialled by HMRI stroke researchers for the first time
Study from the University of Newcastle reveals the impact increased walking has on hospitalisation.
Leading radiation oncologist Dr Mike Fay has received a Mid-Career Research Fellowship dedicated to brain cancer, funded by the Mark Hughes Foundation
Two Hunter charities have shared over $267,000 after the Newcastle Master Plumbers Association cleared a 43-year-old pool of membership funds.
Taking resveratrol twice daily can boost cognitive performance in postmenopausal women and also alleviate their experience of chronic pain.
Real estate principal Scott Walkom has been instated as the new HMRI Foundation Chair to champion the Institute’s fund-raising endeavours
Having a ‘balanced diet’ means you’re getting enough of all the right nutrients - not equal amounts of pizza and broccoli.
The DADEE (Dads And Daughters Exercising and Empowered) program is entering a new phase involving student teachers to cement its sustainability.
Almost $2 million has been awarded to the University of Newcastle (UON) to support four new research projects, as part of the National Health and Medical Research Council’s (NHMRC) funding outcomes.
A John Hunter Children’s Hospital study has found the use of high-flow oxygen therapy can support more children with bronchiolitis and prevent admissions to the paediatric intensive care unit.
Study finds dads are often absent from studies that test best ways to treat obesity in children.