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Government help needed to boost health of SA

Campaigns to encourage healthy behaviour among South Australians are disjointed, ignore broader societal issues and need greater involvement from state government, a Flinders University review has […]

Tokyo Olympics in her sights

“This is a pinch-me moment – I’ve officially been selected for the Tokyo Olympics,” says an excited Adelaide athlete Isobel (Izzi) Batt-Doyle after reaching the qualifying […]

(l-r) Flinders University Professor Lily Xiao with Resthaven’s Gillian Schulze and Sue McKechnie.

Step forward for dementia carer support

Support for carers of people living with dementia will be bolstered under a new and innovative patient-centered approach led by Flinders’ Caring Futures Institute researchers. The […]

Making baby sleep safe

Aboriginal babies die from Sudden Unexplained Death in Infancy (SUDI) and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) at a rate 3-4 times that of non-Aboriginal babies. “This […]

Sleep and screen time link to myopia

New research from Flinders University indicates people with near-sightedness or myopia are more likely to experience poorer sleep quality than people with normal vision. The study, […]

Burns victims struggling to pay

Living away from community and Country, Aboriginal families of children with severe burns also face critical financial stress to cover the associated costs of health care […]

Junior sports uphill battle after COVID-19

South Australian junior sport clubs face an uphill battle to survive in the wake of COVID-19 but investment in additional resources, tools and policy development will […]