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Falls most common cause of injury and the numbers are rising

More Australians are being hospitalised for injuries, with falls both the leading cause of injury hospitalisation and the type of […]

Sleep and movement: key to preventing chronic disease

Is sitting the new smoking? The health-effects of our sedentary lifestyles were discussed at the recent Evidence-Based Integrated Healthcare symposium […]

Free QUT clinic uses exercise to combat post-traumatic stress disorder and depr…

With post-traumatic stress disorder affecting almost one million Australians every year, QUT Health Clinics and the White Cloud Foundation have […]
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Extreme exercise linked to blood poisoning

Researchers have discovered that extreme exercise can cause intestinal bacteria to leak into the bloodstream, leading to blood poisoning. Experts […]

Soy proteins reduce the benefits of strength training

New research at the University of South Australia published in the journal Clinical Nutrition suggests that soy proteins reduce the […]

Developing new assistive technology needs for people with mobility issues

A team of researchers at UOW is working to understand the mobility issues experienced by people over the age of […]
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Muscling up against disability

Three hundred Brisbane adults aged over 65 years are set to benefit from a $1.3 million joint Burnie Brae Centre […]

Exercise away diabetes risk

A QUT study will investigate the impact of different exercise strategies for men at-risk of developing diabetes. Stephanie Zietek, a […]

You’ve eaten the bunny. Now hop to it!

University of Queensland School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences researcher Professor Wendy Brown believes there is a simple reason […]

Exercise key to fighting fat in the liver and gut

Overweight people should exercise rather than count kilos if they want to reduce their risk of liver disease, diabetes and […]