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Yoga therapy

Can yoga play a part in relieving symptoms of anxiety and depression?

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Prof. Kylie Ball – Living with diabetes on a budget

How can we best support those who are socio-economically disadvantaged to eat better?

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Change Makers – Dr. Rebecca Leech

A love of learning and an interest in nutrition - that's what has brought Associate Professor Rebecca Leech here.

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Stimulating brain areas could help improve our motor ‘imagination’

For people with Development Coordination Disorder (DCD), increased motor imagery could help to improve movement function.

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From space missions to social distancing: managing mental health on Earth and Mars

How do astronauts support their mental health way above the stratosphere? And what can this tell us about treatments back on Earth?

Providing rehab from afar: Professor Ralph Maddison

Using digital health technologies, Professor Maddison is helping patients with cardiovascular disease to access the care they need.

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Interrupted sleep a disheartening reality for many new parents

For new fathers, insomnia can persist long after the baby has settled.

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From the head to the heart: mental illness putting women’s heart health at risk

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer for Australian women. And their increased risk of experiencing depression and anxiety is a contributing factor.

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“Research for and with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples”: step forward for culturally inclusive foot health

Pioneering research finds a link between poor foot health and its prevalence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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When art meets sport: actor training could help kids learn physical literacy

Sports and the arts might seem like strange bedfellows. But these disciplines have more in common than meets the eye.

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Restrictive diets can do more harm than good

A healthy diet is one that is diverse, not extreme.

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