Older South Australians should sit down for community lunches regularly to combat social isolation that may become a serious health risk as they age, according to […]
On the heels of devastating bushfires, drought and the COVID-19 pandemic, eating well in a sustainable way is more important now than ever, Flinders University experts […]
Australia’s National Nutritional Guidelines are not helpful to working mums, who are committed to providing nutritious meals for their families but find this difficult under time […]
As food prices rise, and families struggle to pay the bills, people who receive emergency food relief are very grateful but crave long-term ways to rise […]
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 […]
Making food the core of people’s daily routine need not breed a nation of fatties, says Professor Claude Fischler, a Visiting International Research Fellow at Flinders.
What’s for dinner mum? A seemingly harmless questioned asked by millions of children every day is actually the most stressful part of food-related jobs for working mothers.
Flinders University’s School of Health Sciences was officially launched at a reception at Flinders University Victoria Square last night (Tuesday, July 29).
School of Health Sciences students have been recognised for their academic excellence at this year’s Student Prize and Award Ceremony.