Chandeliers, gold taps and ornate drapes are classic hallmarks of the world’s most luxurious hotels, right?
Flinders University students have met with future leaders from 47 countries at the recent Humanitarian Affairs 5th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Cambodia.
In a world-first, sleep experts from Flinders University are attempting to fight fatigue caused by insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) by treating the two conditions at the same time.
“Whether it’s a family who has lost their home in a bushfire or flood, or a cancer patient needing a blood transfusion; Australian Red Cross is always there.”
“I think Australia has done reasonably well in offsetting some of the forces of inequality but there is a lot of evidence that suggests that more recently we are going in the wrong direction.”
“There are a lot of people on Capitol Hill who think partnership is a dirty word. The current administration doesn’t. Now is the critical moment to engage with the US.”
Grey skies, torrential downpours and bitterly cold nights are enough to make any sun-loving Australian feel a bit gloomy, but for some people the dreary winter months are truly depressing.
Video games, iPhones and iPads are often blamed for teenage sleep problems, yet Flinders psychologist Michael Gradisar says moderate use doesn’t significantly interfere with a good night’s sleep.
Associate Professor Haydon Manning believes in Abraham Lincoln’s ‘better angels’ of politics, but he admits they’ve been hard to find in Australia lately.