Dr Andrew Bivard
May 5, 2017

An anti-fatigue therapy has yielded a significant reduction in chronic tiredness for stroke survivors involved in a 15-month HMRI clinical trial, with transformative benefits.

Food as medicine: how what you eat shapes the health of your lungs
May 5, 2017

Prof Lisa Wood explains how unhealthy eating patterns can affect our lungs and how switching your diet to one rich in fruit and vegetables could help you breathe easier.

Seven things to eat or avoid to lower your blood pressure
May 2, 2017

Prof Clare Collins, A/Prof Tracy Burrows and Dr Tracy Schumacher explain what foods to eat and avoid to your lower blood pressure.

Gillian Gould - researcher for Indigenous health and smoking
April 19, 2017

Researchers have revealed disadvantaged status drives higher smoking among Indigenous pregnant women in Australia, New Zealand, the USA & Canada.

Innovative Cystic Fibrosis research to be explored
April 10, 2017

Innovative Cystic Fibrosis research to be explored

Diabetes prevention for new mums
April 6, 2017

A new research project is aiming to reduce the long term risks of developing type 2 diabetes for mothers who have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes.

Box jellyfish
April 4, 2017

New study from venom expert Professor Geoff Isbister shows not all marine stings are created equal.

March 31, 2017

Four Hunter researchers have received highly prestigious national fellowships from the Thoracic Society ANZ

Associate Professor Jarad Martin
March 30, 2017

A clinical trial has shown that radiation therapy for prostate cancer can safely be compressed from eight weeks of daily treatment to four, with the same cure rate.

Professor Lisa Wood
March 29, 2017

Fibre supplements create a healthy gut microbiota and in turn reduce airway inflammation in asthmatics, a new HMRI study has shown.