Seven University of Newcastle teams have secured more than $10.6m in Australian government funding to help solve some of the nation’s most pressing health issues.
Ozempic is a medication used to manage type 2 diabetes and as a weight loss drug. But how much do we really need drugs like Ozempic? Can we use food as medicine to replace them? While diet and drugs can both work, both have their challenges.
Chewing has benefits for brain function, stress, anxiety, exam performance, pain perception, as well as hunger and food intake. Here’s what the research about chewing more says, in experiments that used either food or chewing gum.
This International Women's Day, we're shining the spotlight on three of our international female leaders at HMRI who are redefining innovation in medical research. Meet Renate Thienel, Johanna Voestes and Sarah Sanders.
An innovative helicopter retrieval project that was pioneered at HMRI by Distinguished Laureate Professor Roger Smith and former HMRI PHD student, Dr Binod Sharma, has just received a funding injection of $146.4M.