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Humans of HMRI: Saadallah Ramadan
July 31, 2023

Get to know HMRI Imaging Centre director Saadallah Ramadan!

The cost of living is biting. Here’s how to spend less on meat and dairy
July 26, 2023

The cost of groceries has risen substantially over the last year So how can you save money on meat and dairy products without skimping on nutrients?

How burgers and chips for lunch can worsen your asthma that afternoon
July 26, 2023

It’s still OK to eat a sneaky burger or some hot chips occasionally if you have asthma. But knowing that eating too many of these foods can affect your asthma can help you make choices that might improve your quality of life.

Throwback Thursday: Time Capsules - Knowing and Healing
July 26, 2023

In many ways, Knowing and Healing lie at the heart of HMRI. More than a decade ago, these concepts were physically embedded in HMRI’s history in the form of time capsules

Grant success for researchers tackling chronic back pain
July 24, 2023

Researchers from HMRI, The University of Newcastle, The University of Sydney and Hunter New England Local Health District have been awarded one of six HCF Research Foundation Translational Research Grants (TRGs) to improve healthcare services quality and access for older Australians.

Humans of HMRI:Professor  Rhonda Wilson
July 17, 2023

Get to know Professor Rhonda Wilson, mental health nurse and researcher.

$218k raised for medical research at the 2023 HMRI Ball
July 6, 2023

Disco fever was in the air, and ladies and gentlemen enjoyed a night at ‘Studio 25’ for the glamorous and glittering affair that was the 2023 HMRI Ball.

Improving access to supervised exercise for people with Type 2 diabetes
July 6, 2023

Diabetes is one of the biggest health challenges impacting Australia’s health system today.
Around 1.3million Australians are living with type 2 diabetes, representing 85-90% of all diabetes cases, with this number increasing every year. Almost 60% of type 2 diabetes cases can be delayed or prevented with appropriate lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise.

Yarning after stroke
July 5, 2023

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities of the Tamworth and Quirindi regions are working with HMRI researchers to develop a culturally appropriate yarning tool for after stroke.

Almost $3m grant secured for sector-first in Indigenous health research
July 3, 2023

The University of Newcastle in partnership with the Lowitja Institute has received just under $3 million in federal funding to establish a new committee to help improve health outcomes for First Nations people.