Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Organic, grass-fed and hormone-free: does this make red meat any healthier?
Tue 31 Jul 2018
Farming methods may have a small impact on the nutritional profile of some red meats, but it's unlikely to make a difference to our health, says dietetics e
PhD candidate honoured for Alzheimer’s research
Mon 30 Jul 2018
The Alzheimer Medal recognises Greg Kennedy’s examination of ways in which exercise may slow cognitive decline as we age.
We asked five experts: is cheese bad for you?
Tue 24 Jul 2018
Regina Belski and other experts break down cheese.
Cinnamon oil could be key in preventing superbugs
Thu 12 Jul 2018
Swinburne researcher Dr Sanjida Topa is investigating the role of traditional agents in the fight against superbugs.
Victorian Cancer Agency funds Swinburne research
Swinburne researcher Dr Lisa Grech has been granted an Early Career Health Services Research Fellowship.
Swinburne and Richmond expand program to Albury-Wodonga
Mon 02 Jul 2018
The Swinburne and Richmond co-delivered program will expand its reach to Albury-Wodonga in 2019.
US painkiller restriction linked to increase in drug trading
Thu 14 Jun 2018
New research shows trading of prescription opioids through the darknet has increased in the wake of tighter regulation by the US government.
Physical fitness and healthy aorta key to brain ageing
Tue 12 Jun 2018
Age-related memory decline may be related to physical fitness and stiffness of the central arteries.
Our obsession with food on TV
Wed 30 May 2018
Swinburne sensory science and dietetics experts explore Australia’s obsession with food on television.
Why do we yawn and why is it contagious?
Mon 21 May 2018
Swinburne researchers Mark Schier and Yossi Rathner explain the purpose of yawning.