In The Media

Jul 05, 2015 Dawn of humans as lab rats
PREPARE to become a lab rat in your own medical treatment because this is the future of modern medicine, one of the nation’s leading researchers has warned.
Jul 04, 2015 Patients to become lab rats in their own medical treatment
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Jul 04, 2015 The Outrage Makers: Belle Gibson, Zaky Mallah And How Big Media Benefits
The two biggest ‘news scandals’ of the past month have some frightening parallels, writes Michael
Jul 02, 2015 HOW TO REVIVE THE DEAD AND SAVE LIVES IN 3 MINS
Victor Chang Scientist Wins Round One of the Three Minute Thesis Competition Our talented, young student Jacob Cao from the Cardiac Transplantation Division at the Victor Chang Institute has won the 2015 St Vincent’s Precinct Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, with his presentation .
Jul 01, 2015 减肥神器:每天洗冷水澡
一项研究发现,寒冷能唤醒人体内一种特殊组织,该组织能燃烧脂肪散发热量抵御寒冷,或
Jul 01, 2015 Study identifies diabetes-linked enzyme
Researchers in Sydney have identified an enzyme that triggers diabetes – a discovery that may lead to a treatment to stop the disease developing. The “NIK kinase” enzyme causes dysfunction to the pancreas, liver and muscle, according to the Garvan Institute of Medical Research’s Shane Grey.
Jul 01, 2015 Forget the Kardashians. These are the women we should be looking up to.
Just as an FYI, you should know that this post is sponsored by La Trobe University. But all opinions expressed by the author are 100% authentic and written in their own words. These 11 Aussie women will seriously inspire you. Does anyone really look up to any of the Kardashians?
Jun 30, 2015 Samuel Johnson raises $1500 for breast cancer research in two-hour Portland visit
ACTOR Samuel Johnson inspired the Portland community to raise $1500 in just two hours to fight breast cancer last
Jun 30, 2015 Why winter is the best time to exercise for weight loss
Here’s some good news as the mercury falls – a little time spent in the cold can help you slim down. Jenny Ringland finds out how Feel chilly? Don’t despair – it could be helping you shed kilos.
Jun 29, 2015 Q: Can cold weather help you lose weight?
A: Maybe.
Jun 29, 2015 Newly-identified enzyme key player in diabetes
Australian scientists believe they have identified an enzyme that causes dysfunction in the three major diabetes players: the pancreas, the liver and muscle. Known as ‘NIK kinase’, the enzyme activates a signalling pathway that affects many genes, switching some on and others off.
Jun 25, 2015 What really happens at an anti-vaccination meeting
The Weekly reporter Clair Weaver goes undercover at a wellness
Jun 25, 2015 Why anti-vaccination doctors are wrong
Australian Women's Weekly 38 mins ago © Australian Women's Weekly A controversial doctor warned parents against vaccinating their children at a celebrity-endorsed alternative health forum in Australia last month.
Jun 25, 2015 The five warning signs of a dodgy wellness trend
Australian Women's Weekly 16 mins ago From radical diets to exotic supplements and trendy therapies, there have never been so many tempting wellness trends to choose from.
Jun 24, 2015 Healthy or hoax? The five warning signs of a dodgy wellness trend
From radical diets to exotic supplements and trendy therapies, there have never been so many tempting wellness trends to choose from.
Jun 24, 2015 EARLY TREATMENT VITAL
GENETIC RESEARCH HELPS UNLOCK DISEASE’S SECRETS AUSTRALIA has one of the world’s highest rates of bowel cancer, with more than 15,000 diagnosed each year and almost 4000 deaths. Researchers are using the latest gene sequencing technology to understand how bowel cancer develops.
Jun 24, 2015 STOPPING A KILLER
GENE RESEARCH UNLOCKS SECRETS AUSTRALIA has one of the world’s highest rates of bowel cancer, with more than 15,000 people diagnosed each year and almost 4000 deaths. Researchers are using the latest gene sequencing technology to understand how bowel cancer develops.
Jun 23, 2015 Rare Cancer Australia report: a deadly discrepancy in cancer care
The flawed "nineteenth century" Australian health system is neglecting one third of Australians cancer patients.
Jun 17, 2015 Make your last wishes everlasting
Barbara Drury When wealthy Sydney philanthropist Virginia Kahlbetzer died in 2013, she left a final bequest to the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
Jun 16, 2015 Make your last wishes everlasting
Zoom in on this story. Explore all there is to know. When wealthy Sydney philanthropist Virginia Kahlbetzer died in 2013, she left a final bequest to the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.