Are mums safe at the wheel?

In one of the first studies ever, Flinders University sleep experts are investigating the driving performance of mothers of infants. The researchers are calling for more […]

Wind farm noise and sleep disruption

Residents who live within 10km of a wind farm report more sleep issues from other sources, such as insomnia, stress and snoring spouses, than the nearby […]

PE a forgotten lesson in COVID-19 lockdowns

Physical Education (P.E.), often seen as less important to the school curriculum than other more ‘academic’ subjects, took a further blow during the COVID-19 lockdowns, according […]

Aboriginal game play a way to learn

Quality teaching in physical education can and should draw upon a wide range of sources, including culturally diverse methods. To coincide with Aboriginal and Torres Strait […]

COVID-19 boost for sleep

As the world transitions from pandemic lockdowns, paediatric sleep experts have found some pluses of working from home, including more sleep for babies and less daytime […]

Support for adults with autism

Autistic adults may have different behaviours or perspectives in the workplace or in social situations which may lead them into compromised situations. Some might be excluded […]

Over 80 not ‘over the hill’

Later life can be a rich and fulfilling time, particularly if there is social-community engagement and meaning to every day activity. “Some of the most interesting and challenging […]