After 20 years of research by Flinders medical researchers, a new sports hydration drink called PREP’D is poised to be a super boost for athletes and […]
Flinders is leading a global research effort to find a low-cost way to use a dietary technique to reduce infant mortality rates in low-income countries including Africa and India.
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.
Flinders researchers in conjunction with the CSIRO are on the hunt for baby poo, which they hope may hold the key to treating one of the developing world’s most common childhood killers – acute diarrhoea.
Researchers from Flinders University are on a ground-breaking journey to prove – and prevent – the cancer-causing effects of eating red meat.
Professor Graeme Young is leading a global project to determine the best way to use zinc in the fight against childhood deaths from diarrhoea.