Education and harm minimisation strategies such as pill testing should be considered as a means of reducing the most risky behaviour of illicit drug use at large youth festivals, an expert in public health and safety says.
Alienation comes in many forms and the new State Theatre Company production, Terrestrial, digs deep into our human condition.
In the war on childhood obesity, social conditioning and advertising are winning the hearts and minds of children who link snack and junk food with ‘fun and comfort’, Flinders research shows.
Inspired by his son, Flinders optometry researcher Dr Paul Constable has commenced working with Yale Child Study Center and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital to research links between autism and the eye’s response to light.
Conservation of wildlife depends on understanding the ecology of various species and this plays a big role in how disease and parasites spreads in an animal population.
Sleep disorders have a negative impact on the health and productivity of Australians, but a new Adelaide-based research centre is bringing together a network of experts to tackle the problem.