Gut-brain communication turned on its axis

The mechanisms by which antidepressants and other emotion-focused medications work could be reconsidered due to an important new breakthrough in the understanding of how the gut […]

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Dangerous snoring link to poor diet

People who eat a healthy plant-based diet are less likely to suffer from dangerous snoring caused by obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), Flinders University sleep researchers say. […]

Embracing body image in motherhood

The changes of motherhood can make women vulnerable to negative body image, but experts at Flinders University are encouraging women to embrace body image interventions to […]

Obstacles to eating disorder services

With only one in four young adults seeking help for an eating disorder, a new study by Flinders University experts flags a number of problems preventing more […]

Need for younger student period education

Schools need to do more to educate their students about periods and support those who experience early onset of menstruation (early menarche) reports new research from […]

Help to create new jobs in hospitality

Finding reliable, conscientious and efficient workers in hospitality can be a challenge for both small and large employers. To help, Flinders University experts have developed a new […]

After falls, road traffic accidents, and other accidents including mechanical forces lead the injuries which lead to the most hospital admissions in Australia.

Crunchtime for road accident data

A new study into the police and hospital data recorded after major road accidents has given key insights into better management of traffic safety and public […]

More extreme weather on the horizon

As temperature records tumble, and the threat of bushfires and dry conditions looms large, an international study by Flinders University and Argentinian researchers renews the urgency of calls […]