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Smokers are at a significantly higher risk of post-surgical complications, a new study has found.
An online research trial is set to investigate the best methods to support young Australian veterans who drink alcohol and experience depressive symptoms.
Hunter researchers have been recognised among the country’s best for improving the wellbeing of people in Australia and beyond.
Three HMRI-affiliated teams from Hunter New England Health won their respective categories at the recent NSW Health Awards.
Smoking cessation researchers Billie Bonevski and Gillian Gould have received prestigious awards from the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs.
HMRI-affiliated heart researcher Associate Professor Aaron Sverdlov has received a NSW Ministerial Award for Rising Stars in Cardiovascular Research.
HMRI-based gut disorders expert Laureate Professor Nicholas Talley AC is the 2018 NSW Scientist of the Year.
HMRI Sydney Foundation is a passionate donor-support group of 'ex-pats' from the Hunter.
A world-first lifestyle program designed to help enhance the physical and emotional wellbeing of young girls is expanding to the UK.
Why clinical trials are important for achieving research breakthroughs.
A new study has shown that cybersickness caused by virtual reality may be the same clinical condition as ‘classic’ motion sickness.