2 and 5 for fuss free kids

Toddlers who eat “the colours of the rainbow” are less likely to be fussy eaters, new Flinders University research suggests.

Some starchy foods may reduce cancer risk

A type of starch found in bananas, potatoes, whole grains and beans could help offset the cancer-associated consequences of a high red meat diet, new research from Flinders University shows.

Better bone health for cancer survivors

Maintenance of bone health is an important issue for cancer survivors, yet it is currently poorly managed, according to Flinders University medical oncologist Professor Bogda Koczwara.

Exploring the brains behind metabolism

A Flinders University researcher is about to begin a three-year study to understand the basic science of a neuron group producing a particular substance in the brain which regulates the metabolism.