News file for: University of Adelaide
The idea that adults are better equipped than children to resist junk food advertising has been debunked by a new study.
Research in rats suggests that mothers who eat junk food while pregnant give birth to babies who are addicted to a high fat, high sugar diet.
Most Australians underestimate when fertility in both men and women starts to decline, a national survey has found.
Emu oil may be useful for the treatment of common bowel diseases, according to a new study.
Researchers have tracked a hereditary gene responsible for a common form of epilepsy known as focal or partial epilepsy.
Researchers in Australia are conducting a study to better understand if, and how, yoga can be used as a therapy for stress.
A group of ecological scientists have rejected a doomsday-like scenario of sudden, irreversible change to the Earth’s ecology.
New research from the University of Adelaide may update the accepted view of how an ovary is formed.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the diamondback moth, a pest that ravages important crops such as cabbage.
Researchers in Australia have found evidence that the dragonfly is capable of higher-level thought processes when hunting its prey.