Leading research for life changing results
Following a 200% rise in gestational diabetes incidence in the Hunter Region, nutrition researchers are trialling a new diabetes risk-reduction program
A new study shows young adults prefer skin colour associated with fruit and vegetables rather than sun exposure
A study will test for the first time whether the spice curcumin, taken in combination with fish oil, can further boost blood flow in the brain.
Public health researchers will receive $25,000 from the NSW Government to help older people choose suitable housing arrangements.
Thanks to the 2017 Gastronomic Lunch, researcher Alison Lane will now customise the ALERT autism intervention to find those children most likely to benefit
Honouring the tragic loss of their daughter Vanessa, winemaking legends Brian and Fay McGuigan have jointly funded a 10-year Fellowship for ovarian cancer research.
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.
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.
Prof Clare Collins, A/Prof Tracy Burrows and Dr Tracy Schumacher explain what foods to eat and avoid to your lower blood pressure.
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