Teenagers who can’t get up in the morning are just lazy, right? It’s a commonly held assumption, but not one shared by sleep researchers at Flinders University.
South Australian Scientist of the Year Professor Graeme Young is calling for more investment on the implementation of existing medical research findings and knowledge.
Dental patients and practitioners could soon benefit from a faster and more user-friendly dental x-ray solution, thanks to Adelaide-based radiographer Don Chorley.
International, interstate and local leaders in orthopaedics will converge on Flinders University Victoria Square this week to explore new ways to screen out poorly designed orthopaedic devices, including hip and knee replacements.
A team of Australian scientists has presented evidence that a new blood test for bowel cancer based on two genes that “leak” into the blood can detect 65 per cent of bowel cancer cases.
School of Health Sciences students have been recognised for their academic excellence at this year’s Student Prize and Award Ceremony.
Flinders student Stephanie Walker’s advice on hydration and nutrition to West Adelaide Football Club went down so well that they’ve kept her on for more.
When Ahmad Hasyim came to Flinders University to study for a Master’s degree in nursing, he expected to learn about many new things. His own culture, however, wasn’t one of them.
Meal replacements have been found to produce rapid weight loss results in scientific studies, but do they actually work in real life?