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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

New projects to fight lung infections and boost Indigenous physical activity

Curtin University researchers will develop and for the first time test in humans new treatments for lung infections that are…


Study to explore link between diet and multiple sclerosis in children

New Curtin University research will investigate the largely unknown role of diet – including ultra-processed foods, fish and dairy products…


New program boosts exercise among South Asian and Middle East women

South Asian and Middle Eastern women living in Western Australia will now have the opportunity to benefit from a new…

Campus and global community

New Head of School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science commences

Professor Linda Woodhouse, the new Head of the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science at Curtin University commenced last week.…


Exercise after surgery is important for lung cancer surgery recovery

Lung cancer patients who exercised after the surgery to remove their tumour experienced better fitness levels and strength in their…


Strength exercises could help older adults get back on their feet, study finds

Older adults who participate in strength training may have a better chance of being able to get up independently after…


New research shows community care clients enjoy preventative exercises

Trained community care workers are able to safely incorporate a falls prevention exercise program into their existing services for older…

Nutrition & exercise

The science of life changing noodles

What makes a good udon noodle? And how can they eat away at our worldwide diabetes epidemic? Scientists from Curtin…