Researchers at the University of Newcastle have two opportunities for members of the public to be involved in studies looking into the effects of a high antioxidant diet on inflammation in people who exercise, particularly runners.
Overwhelming demand from the Central Coast community will mean the University of Newcastle’s Oral Health Van will double its available appointments in 2015.
UON Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics, Clare Collins is leading a national campaign to encourage more Australians to cook at home and win the battle of the bulge.
A school-based physical activity study called ATLAS (Active Teen Leaders Avoiding Screen-time) has achieved the double ‘whammy’ – a marked improvement in fitness among adolescent boys and a reduction in television and video game usage....
UON researchers seek adults with lifelong disabilities who experience communication difficulties —such as from stroke, cerebral palsy, motor neurone disease or spina bifida—who are able to give their own consent and can talk about their use of...
HMRI's Breathing for Life trial is currently recruiting at Newcastle's John Hunter Hospital.
A world-first lifestyle program developed to enhance the physical and social-emotional well-being of young girls has been launched by University of Newcastle researchers. The DADEE (Dads And Daughters Exercising and Empowered) program engages...
Innovative education program Healthy Dads, Healthy Kids (HDHK) has been recognised with a 2014 national award for Best Community Engagement Collaboration.
Past and present Nursing and Midwifery students from UON’s Port Macquarie campus are invited to attend a celebration marking ten years of the Bachelor of Nursing program.
Dr Jenny May was recently named Telstra RDAA Rural Doctor of the Year in recognition of her contribution to rural health on a local, regional and national scale.