In The Media

Jul 29, 2014 Obesity gene link gathers strength
Genes – an increasingly compelling reason to be non-judgemental about lifestyle diseases?
Jul 28, 2014 Osteoarthritis puts women at fracture risk
Women with osteoarthritis (OA) have an increased risk of fragility fracture, even if their bone mineral density (BMD) is normal and their body mass index (BMI) is high, according to a 20-year Australian study.
Jul 28, 2014 13th Annual Health Insurance Summit
Now in its 13th year, the Annual Health Insurance Summit is the most established business gathering dedicated to the PHI industry.
Jul 22, 2014 Barrel race supports great cause
COMPETING in a sport you love feels even more worthwhile when it’s in support of charity which is what the Rupertswood & District Horse Club Inc Annual Barrel Race Spectacular is all about.
Jul 22, 2014 Fears research fund could cause private donations to dry up
Medical researchers have warned of a worrying decline in private donations to support their work following the Federal Government’s announcement of plans to establish a $20 billion Medical Research Future Fund.
Jul 10, 2014 In the public interest
The three finalists in the Public Service Award at this year’s Lawyers Weekly Law Awards, proudly sponsored by Michael Page Legal, are an eclectic and talented bunch.
Jul 10, 2014 Duke and Duchess saddened by death of Canberra cancer campaigner
The Royal Family has expressed its sadness at the death of Canberra mother Moira Lye, who lost her three-year battle with breast cancer this week.
Jul 10, 2014 Duke and Duchess saddened by death of Canberra cancer campaigner
The Royal Family has expressed its sadness at the death of Canberra mother Moira Lye, who lost her three-year battle with breast cancer this week.
Jul 09, 2014 Duke and Duchess saddened by death of Canberra cancer campaigner
The Royal Family has expressed its sadness at the death of Canberra mother Moira Lye, who lost her three-year battle with breast cancer this week.
Jul 08, 2014 Scientists do Queensland proud in global fight against cancer
University of Queensland scientists have succeeded in identifying the major underlying mutations in pancreatic and ovarian cancers, two of Australia’s most ruthless cancers.
Jul 08, 2014 Queensland scientists leading way in cancer battle
Queensland families living with pancreatic cancer have more chance of beating the disease, with the State’s scientists among the first in the world to identify how the disease forms.
Jul 05, 2014 Why everyone's raving about coconut oil
IT'S dubbed by many as a "super cure" for ailments from diabetes to dry skin. Here are the five health benefits of this natural product.
Jul 04, 2014 Why some are obese and yet healthy
Have your say » Fron Jackson-Webb | 4th Jul 2014 1:03 PM Story Tools 0 0 Use this content Related Items Sharapova cops flak for sugary invasion of Wimbledon Drink water to cut obesity, health experts say Cancer Council backs parents in condemning sugary snacks SOME Obese people may be able to
Jul 04, 2014 Cell research: Why some are obese and yet healthy
Have your say » Fron Jackson-Webb | 4th Jul 2014 1:03 PM Story Tools 0 0 Use this content Related Items Sharapova cops flak for sugary invasion of Wimbledon Drink water to cut obesity, health experts say Cancer Council backs parents in condemning sugary snacks SOME Obese people may be able to
Jul 04, 2014 Why some people are healthy and obese - study
Some obese people may be able to remain metabolically healthy despite their size because their bodies produce low levels of a certain molecule, according to a study published today in the journal Cell.
Jul 04, 2014 Comment: Why are some people healthy and some obese?
Some obese people may be able to remain metabolically healthy despite their size because their bodies produce low levels of a certain molecule, according to a study published today in the journal Cell.
Jul 02, 2014 Changes in ambient temperature found to influence brown fat levels
The discovery that lowering your body temperature leads to an increase in a certain type of "good" fat might have some ditching the diet books and shedding a layer of clothing instead.
Jun 29, 2014 Australians raise about $1.4 billion a year for medical research to help find cures to diseases
STUNNING medical breakthroughs in transplant surgery, diabetes, brain tumours, and childhood cancer have been made possible by the generous donations of ordinary Australians.
Jun 29, 2014 Australians raise about $1.4 billion a year for medical research to help find cures to diseases
STUNNING medical breakthroughs in transplant surgery, diabetes, brain tumours, and childhood cancer have been made possible by the generous donations of ordinary Australians.
Jun 28, 2014 Australians raise about $1.4 billion a year for medical research to help find cures to diseases
STUNNING medical breakthroughs in transplant surgery, diabetes, brain tumours, and childhood cancer have been made possible by the generous donations of ordinary Australians.