Help for serious shopaholics

When does excessive buying become a disorder? For the first time, international experts in psychology have built a framework to diagnose Compulsive Buying-Shopping Disorder – promising help […]

Concerns about judgement of autistic adults

Autistic adults can be wrongly perceived as deceptive and lacking credibility, Flinders University researchers say, with this working against many caught in the legal system. In […]

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 […]

Support for problem gaming interventions

Problematic gaming is a significant health issue worldwide, with Flinders University researcher Dr Daniel King saying the global prevalence is estimated to be about 2% and […]

Women’s business grows and grows

Imagine being excluded from school at 12, or not being able to afford sanitary products. Menstruation stigma affects millions around the world, with periods considered unclean […]

DV history raises elder abuse risk: study

Australian researchers have called for additional services for survivors of intimate partner violence – warning those who have these experiences are more vulnerable to elder abuse. […]

Focus on mindfulness specifically for women

Clarifying an understanding of mindfulness is the focus of a new book from Flinders University’s Dr Leigh Burrows that identifies specific mental health empowerment and increased […]