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Public health has a problem with pleasure, often calling on people to suppress the pleasures of eating, alcohol, smoking, drugs, sex or gambling. However, an academic […]
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Health, wellbeing and weight is more than a gut feeling, it’s about how the gut is working. ARC Linkage research at Flinders is examining links between metabolism, obesity and type 2 diabetes.
While a diagnosis of cancer naturally tends to concentrate the minds of patients and doctors alike, it shouldn’t be the sole focus of treatment, says a new report.
Nearly a third of South Australians will be not just fat, but obese by 2019. That’s the prediction in today’s (Friday 4 September) ‘Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health’ (ANZJPH).
A statewide healthy eating project led by Flinders University and funded by SA Health has won a national award.
Pointing the finger at fat as the major or sole contributor to contracting type 2 diabetes is misleading and wrongly promotes the idea that the condition is entirely self-induced, research at Flinders has found.