More participants are needed for development of an expanded treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Flinders University researchers are conducting a PTSD therapy trial which aims […]
Flinders University researchers are taking part in the world’s largest trial looking at whether computer games, iPads and interactive games can help people recover from falls, strokes and brain injuries.
Toddlers who eat “the colours of the rainbow” are less likely to be fussy eaters, new Flinders University research suggests.
Picture this: you’re driving in peak-hour traffic, the radio’s blaring, the kids are screaming and your phone’s ringing.
Laura Diment might look young, but behind her fresh face is a woman with a long history of success in the typically male-dominated domain of engineering.
It’s no secret that most, if not all, of the images in women’s magazines are PhotoShopped to some degree.
Making the best choice possible sometimes involves changing your mind – or in the case of a commencing tertiary student, it can mean changing which course you’re going to study, or where.
Many Australian spouses are looking after loved ones with dementia without external support, research from Flinders University shows.
Belly dancers are more satisfied with their bodies and have better body image than young women who don’t belly dance, new Flinders research shows.