Major gaps in HIV programs in Africa

HIV management in developing countries varies with socioeconomic and structural circumstances, with two Flinders University studies finding examples of key ways to close the gap for […]

Alcohol ads intoxicate during pandemic

Australian women are invited to become citizen scientists as a part of a Flinders University study, supported by Council SA and Flinders Foundation, that seeks to […]

Cholesterol levels slide in Australia

Bad cholesterol levels are dropping ‘spectacularly’ in Australia and other western nations but rising in low and middle-income countries, particularly in Asia, a major new global […]

Yoga keeps seniors forever young

Observing 90-year-old yoga practitioners has convinced Flinders University researcher Associate Professor Kathy Arthurson that maintaining yoga exercise is an important means for seniors to maintain youthful […]

Fire-power for the mind in warfare

Improving the cognitive performance of fighters in war is a minefield of possibility and Flinders University researchers are investigating the use of augmented reality (AR) to […]

AI unlocks rhythms of ‘deep sleep’

Algorithms and deep learning has enabled Flinders University sleep researchers to dive deep into one of the mysteries of sleep health. They have used machine learning […]