Reading patterns in Facebook threads

How can you best navigate a relatively new form of conversation, where the speaker’s eyes or facial expressions are never seen, and replies can come either […]

MindStep gives outpatients strong support

Anxiety and depressive disorders are increasingly putting demands on Australia’s hospitals and health care systems, putting significant burden on people’s lives and the community. People hospitalised […]

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Youth wellbeing benefits from sleep research

Healthy sleep is widely recognised as important for young people’s wellbeing. Now Flinders University Professor of Clinical Child Psychology Michael Gradisar and his team have collaborated with […]

Study to check backyard chicken runs

Salmonellosis, a food-borne gastrointestinal illness, has been increasing over the past decade in Australia, with eggs identified as the main cause. Flinders University researchers are interested […]

Sore throat? Don’t expect antibiotics

Doctors still frequently prescribe antibiotics for ‘strep throat’ – without using an extended consultation that may indicate a viral infection rather than a bacterial one, a […]