Big tick for Embrace Kids in schools

Unrealistic expectations about what our bodies should look like – whether from the media, friends or family –make adults and children of all ages more vulnerable […]

Pilot program for gambling

Major sporting events are when many of us have a casual flutter but for some people regular poker machine gambling or online sports and other forms […]

Sowing the seeds for better cancer outcomes

Four researchers from the College of Medicine and Public Health at Flinders University have been awarded Cancer Seed Grants to help improve outcomes for patients living […]

Nanotech takes on orthopedics

Superior knee and hip replacements are a step closer after Flinders University and Chinese researchers further test and develop a new orthopedic implant coating which has […]

New weapon for superbugs

A new liquid metal combination is shaping up as a potential secret weapon in the global fight against antimicrobial resistance, which is already rendering some antibiotic […]

Country cardiac rehab help launches in SA-NT

When specialist care, outpatient departments or even a doctor’s appointment means driving long distances, managing, and recovering from heart disease can be difficult. To address the […]

New link between sleep and concussion

A new study led by Flinders University points to the importance of sleep quality in the aftermath and recovery process in sports-related concussion, a common form […]