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Drug consumption highs and lows in latest wastewater report
Cut chores and kill chill time: new advice to boost children’s academic achievement
Music stopped for SA’s party drug scene during lockdown
Highs and lows in drug consumption in latest wastewater monitoring report
Divide and conquer: a new formula to minimise ‘mathemaphobia’
As suicide numbers rise – UniSA calls for a national priority on prevention strategies
New study first to link plastic ingestion and dietary metals in seabirds
Learning life skills via virtual reality: a game-changer for children with intellectual disabilities
Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation supports seven UniSA projects to improve children’s health and wellbeing
International recognition for UniSA sociologist
New approach to fighting cancer could reduce costs and side effects
‘Goldilocks Day’: perfect day for kids’ bone health
Reviving Melbourne’s $1.5-billion live music scene is crucial for Victoria’s COVID recovery
UniSA partners with Adelaide Women’s Prison to design parenting program
Economic overhaul needed to support struggling regional areas
Families and researchers work together to shed light on stillbirth and perinatal death
Osteoarthritis biomarker could help cut $23 billion health bill
Wear and repair in osteoarthritis: exercise, not surgery, is key
Remote stores remove sugar hit and business is going strong
New centre monitors medicine use and safety
Empowering remote communities – Healthy stores 2020
Higher education reforms deliver financial certainty to uni sector
Australia needs a job cadet program to avert employment crisis facing young people – new report
It ain’t great to stay up late
Proof is in pudding: Aged care residents eat more when served larger portions
High-fibre diet, low level inflammation: sidestepping effects of radiation
Animation to bring clarity to dense breasts
One-size-fits-all is no fit for heart health
Study finds financial services and payments boost needed to beat poverty
World-first study links obesity with reduced brain plasticity
Planning greener, healthier cities – from data up
Life in lockdown: health-wise, it’s not as bad as you think
Boys’ club barriers create issues for Australian boards
New study reveals why flu can be devastating for pregnant women
Regional cat containment education program
UniSA wastewater research shows South Aussies took a “sober” approach to lockdown
Early birds vs night owls: for diabetics, an early bedtime is best
“Screen test” for UniSA’s next generation movie makers
Queensland takes a stand against plants and animals being used without Indigenous consent
Mental health of asylum seekers: A compassionate and trauma-informed approach
SA’s top engineering award winner fights effects of climate change
Decoding genetics that drive disease
Privacy, blockchain and Internet of Things – Can we keep control of our own identities
$1.25m to support world-leading child protection research
Entrepreneurship: UniSA and City of Unley show it’s not just a young people’s game
‘One size fits all’ medication approach doesn’t work in pregnancy
Endometriosis: no cure, but diagnosis could avert surgery
Psychological abuse: obstetric care must delve deeper