Leading research for life changing results
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 online FluTracking surveillance system has expanded its reach across the Tasman for the first time this year.
HMRI Researcher of the Year, Professor Clare Collins, has been awarded the DAA President’s Award for Innovation for her work developing the Healthy Eating Quiz™.
Associate Professor Tracy Burrows has been awarded the prestigious title of Fellow by the Dietitian’s Association of Australia (DAA).
Genes that were thought to be ‘non-functioning’ could now play a role in developing new cancer treatments
Researchers have confirmed that when a woman’s asthma medication is optimally controlled during pregnancy, the rate of asthma in her offspring is nearly halved.
Breast cancer patients will soon receive more precise and potentially life-saving radiation therapy thanks to a unique program being developed in conjunction with HMRI researchers.
A hugely successful Gastronomic Lunch has raised over $100,000 to primarily support a project aiming to teach autistic children to look people in the eyes.
While specific foods can trigger migraines, researchers from the University of Newcastle and HMRI want to trial a new diet therapy and test whether it can help relieve or improve migraines.
Survey of oncologists highlights evidence-practice gap in smoking cessation care.
An Australian study has revealed the rate of groin injuries among basketball players could be 10 times higher than previously reported, causing significant impact on player performance and quality of life.