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More Organs

Wednesday 16th October

More Organs

New research from the University of Sydney suggests that although currently organs from groups such as […]

Sporting Spirit In Sports Watchers

Wednesday 25th September

Sporting Spirit In Sports Watchers

Scotland University of Stirling Professor Kate Hunt will be presenting a free public lecture at Curtin about […]

FITTER | HAPPIER: Sepsis

Thursday 12th September

FITTER | HAPPIER: Sepsis

Sepsis is a life-threatening response to infection which results in organ dysfunction; with over 18,000 Australian […]

OCD and Online Treatment

Wednesday 4th September

OCD and Online Treatment

300,000 Australians live with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), many of whom experience barriers to receiving help and […]

Professional Sports and Personal Health

Wednesday 24th July

Professional Sports and Personal Health

With the AFL and NRL dominating our television airwaves at this time of year, it’s important […]

Use It Or Lose It: A Guide To Aging Well

Monday 15th July

Use It Or Lose It: A Guide To Aging Well

Host of ABC Radio’s Medical Matters Paul McIntyre has authored a new book entitled Use It or […]

Body Movin’: Digestive System

Wednesday 3rd July

Body Movin’: Digestive System

Marnie Downer joins RTRFM for another edition of Body Movin’, this week’s discussion focusing on the […]

Body Movin’: Vagus Nerve

Wednesday 26th June

Body Movin’: Vagus Nerve

Marnie Downer joins RTRFM for another edition of Body Movin’, this week’s instance discussing the vagus […]

Education of Healthy Eating

Wednesday 10th April

Education of Healthy Eating

We all heard the phrase ‘two fruit and five veg’ growing up, indicating what we should […]

The Science of Parkour

Thursday 21st March

The Science of Parkour

Parkour is a gymnastics-like activity that developed from military obstacle courses with the aim to move […]

Bushfire Smoke Hazards

Tuesday 12th March

Bushfire Smoke Hazards

With bushfire season well underway, parts of Tasmania, WA and Victoria have already fallen victim to […]

Medicinal Cannabis Applications Slow to Roll Out

Thursday 28th February

Medicinal Cannabis Applications Slow to Roll Out

Medical Cannabis was made legal in Australia two years ago, yet there’s only around 3000 patients […]

Adenomyosis

27th November 2018

Adenomyosis

Around twenty per cent of women before the age of forty will be impacted by Adenomyosis, […]

Bicycling WA Ride to Work Day

29th October 2018

Bicycling WA Ride to Work Day

Earlier this month, Rose Kerr popped down to Bicycling WA’s annual ride to work day breakfast […]

Cerebral Palsy Research

22nd October 2018

Cerebral Palsy Research

A collaboration of fifteen Australian research organisations, and three international research organisations, looks set to deliver […]