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Following a 200% rise in gestational diabetes incidence in the Hunter Region, nutrition researchers are trialling a new diabetes risk-reduction program
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.
New study from venom expert Professor Geoff Isbister shows not all marine stings are created equal.
Four Hunter researchers have received highly prestigious national fellowships from the Thoracic Society ANZ
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.
Fibre supplements create a healthy gut microbiota and in turn reduce airway inflammation in asthmatics, a new HMRI study has shown.
A world-first, free Smartphone program dedicated to improving new dads’ mental health has been developed at the University of Newcastle.
An HMRI VIVA study could effectively slash the rates of asthma in children of asthmatic mothers.
Researchers have found parallels between tissue regeneration, nerve growth and tumour development, confirming that the nervous system is actively involved in triggering cancer.
A global trial involving Hunter researcher Dr Mike Fay has solved a treatment dilemma for older patients with a glioblastoma brain tumour, extending survival.
Five new clinical trials are concurrently under recruitment in the Hunter, aiming to combat type 2 diabetes and heart disease with an array of natural dietary supplements and tasty foods.