Many Australians have discovered the emotional benefits of having a pet while in lockdown. But what happens when owners return to their workplaces leaving their furry friends behind for the first time in months?
While many workers heading back to public transport may feel anxious around the potential for COVID-19 infection, there is an upside to the time spent travelling to work, says Macquarie University management expert Professor Rebecca Mitchell.
WORLD FIRST: Macquarie University respiratory physician Professor Alvin Ing was on the MV Greg Mortimer Antarctic cruise ship when COVID-19 struck the passengers and crew in March. His subsequent research findings raise an alarm about how we may be
Contaminated surfaces are an overlooked front in our battle against coronavirus. We need to act now, writes Professor Anand Deva, co-chair of the Surgical Infection Research Group at Macquarie University.
Globally, infectious disease is the leading cause of child and adolescent mortality and one of the leading causes of adult deaths. One of the biggest contributing factors is air travel, explains anthropologist Associate Professor Lisa Wynn.
As weeks turn into months of working from home, new aches and pains may be appearing no matter how ergonomically correct you’ve tried to make your work space. According to Macquarie University physiotherapist Chris Wynne, the solutions may be