New insomnia treatment gets the nod

If insomnia keeps you awake at night, Flinders University researchers recommend a trip to the doctor – not for a sleeping pill prescription but for a […]

Immunity boost in the gut

Varying immune response to vaccinations could be countered with microbiota-targeted interventions helping infants, older people and others to take full advantage of the benefits of effective […]

Delving into parent sport engagement

With South Australian families concerned about inappropriate conduct at junior sport events, new research will tackle the reasons behind poor parental behaviour and unreasonable pressures placed […]

Warning on sleep change in older men

Men aged 65 and over should monitor their sleep patterns and seek medical advice after Flinders University experts warned that disrupted slumber may lead to variations […]

Flinders supports Indigenous students

Helping more young Aboriginal students to excel at education and achieve their goals is the driving motivation behind Flinders University’s decision to become the principal sponsor […]

Sleep and screen time link to myopia

New research from Flinders University indicates people with near-sightedness or myopia are more likely to experience poorer sleep quality than people with normal vision. The study, […]

Is Closing the Gap working?

Gaping policy shortfalls in the Australian Government’s Closing the Gap program have seen it fail to reduce disparities in Indigenous health, income, employment, child removal and […]

Tackling leading cause of blindness

Eye cells will be used to explore potential treatments for macular oedema, as part of a large funding commitment awarded in the search of better treatments […]