Health and Medicine

Wellness through research and revolutionary patient care

Health and Medicine

Wellness through research and revolutionary patient care

Big events trigger a rise in hearing loss
Even though hearing loss can be prevented, a rise in the 'hidden' causes of hearing loss leaves many Australians struggling to hear in noisy environments.
Why we listen when celebrities give health advice
In a complex world, the loudest voice can often trump the one with expertise.
Sugar is involved in almost all human diseases, new research
Advancements in protein screening developed at Macquarie are uncovering how carbohydrates are involved in everything from the flu to infertility.
Stop scrolling: social media detox improves wellbeing
A new study on the impact of social media on mental health says just 10 minutes on Facebook looking at thin, glamourous people can trigger negative feelings.
Dyslexia expert Anne Castles explains how the brain makes sense of the written word
Ben Mckelvey talks to leading dyslexia expert Distinguished Professor Anne Castles about how the human brain makes sense of the squiggly lines we call writing,