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Researchers are recruiting for a new trial that blends a smartphone app with park-based fitness facilities in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.
Marking International Women's Day, the first HMRI Women in Medical Research Fellowship has been funded.
Five highly innovative brain cancer research projects have received over $725,000 in funding from the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF).
Free hand weights and a tailored nutrition intervention will be offered in a new clinical trial helping over-65s build muscle strength and reduce falls.
The Federal Government has partnered with Mark Hughes Foundation and Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer to deliver four new brain cancer trials worth $4.5 million.
Two HMRI-affiliated researchers have been awarded career fellowships worth more than $1 million for research into innovative cancer treatment.
Hunter researchers are conducting a head-to-head comparison of two drugs designed to help those with severe asthma.
Each year on February 4, communities come together for World Cancer Day - this year the theme is “I am and I will”.
Hunter researchers will help advance vital prevention and treatment methods for thousands of people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) following a funding announcement.
A new study has shown that more than one in 10 young Australian women have tried vaping and its popularity is a growing public health concern.
Spikes and dips in blood sugar levels experienced in the daily management of diabetes can undermine mental abilities such as memory and attention span.