Nutrition

Tim’s experience managing eosinophilic oesophagitis
Gastro 05 Sep 2015

Tim’s experience managing eosinophilic oesophagitis

Eosinophils cause inflammation of the oesophagus. Tim talks about having eosinophilic oesophagitis and getting food stuck in throat.
Discovery may revolutionise diabetes treatment
Hormones 19 Dec 2014

Discovery may revolutionise diabetes treatment

A Queensland-based researcher is on the verge of a significant new approach to treatment for people with Type 2 diabetes.
Eggs and your diet: Dr Joe Kosterich
Nutrition 17 Dec 2014

Eggs and your diet: Dr Joe Kosterich

Eggs were once thought to raise cholesterol levels. Dr Joe busts this myth and discusses how eggs form part of a nutritious diet.
Types and Composition of Food
Nutrition 16 Nov 2014

Types and Composition of Food

Video: The basics of eating Dairy Meat and meat products Eggs Grains (cereals)…
Diet and nutrition during cancer: Dr Andrew Dean
Cancer 19 Aug 2014

Diet and nutrition during cancer: Dr Andrew Dean

Dr Andrew Dean talks about the importance of nutrition during cancer treatments, and its intricacies.
Using milk proteins to treat eczema
Nutrition 02 Aug 2014

Using milk proteins to treat eczema

Reducing the severity of eczema using natural milk proteins is the focus of a research study being conducted in Sydney by Griffith University and the…
‘Natural’ moisturisers can cause food allergies
Nutrition 15 Jul 2014

‘Natural’ moisturisers can cause food allergies

A study, published this month in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice, was the first to demonstrate in the laboratory evidence of…
Aussies with Asthma Advised to Keep Calcium Levels High
Lungs 09 Jul 2014

Aussies with Asthma Advised to Keep Calcium Levels High

A leading respiratory physician today advised Australians with asthma to meet the recommended daily calcium intake as new research has found that people with lung…
New study reveals links between alcoholic liver disease and the circadian clock
Gastro 19 Jan 2014

New study reveals links between alcoholic liver disease and the circadian clock

Researchers from the University of Notre Dame and the Indiana University School of Medicine have revealed a putative role for the circadian clock in the liver in the development of alcohol-induced hepatic steatosis, or fatty liver disease. Hepatic steatosis is the abnormal accumulation of fats in the cells of the…