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Your questions answered! We sat down with dietitian Dr Kerith Duncanson following our popular Gut Health community seminar and she answered some of the gutsy questions asked by you!
University of Newcastle researcher Dr Nikki Verrills has been awarded a $360,000 grant to examine a potential new treatment for leukaemia patients.
More than 20 local fathers have started the new year on a lighter and healthier note after taking part in the Healthy Dads, Healthy Kids program.
There was no rest for the HMRI Building builders over the Christmas/New Year holidays and the casual observer can really see the $90 million structure beginning to take shape
Researchers at the University of Newcastle are exploring innovative ways for young women to monitor what they eat.
An HMRI/University of Newcastle research team is investigating the optimum use of hypothermia to reduce further brain injury to stroke patients.
The annual Sparke Helmore NBN Triathlon Festival, which provides vital research grant funding and sponsorship for the HMRI Award for Research Excellence, is poised for its biggest ever year in 2012.
The HMRI Building continues to develop at a fantastic pace as the construction project team focus on providing a quality research facility.
A unique longitudinal study of Indigenous women hopes to address the disparities in the long-term health implications of renal disease between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
Welcome news for millions of infertile couples around the world will be the release in 2012 of technology that will contribute to quicker, more efficient and safer IVF procedures.
A Thank You dinner held at the Newcastle Club on December 8 marked the end of an era for HMRI as director Maree Gleeson stepped down from the post she has held over the past five years.