Health

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New diabetes research at CSU

Sunday 31 Jul 2016

New breakthrough research at CSU has demonstrated that a protein in the mitochondria plays a role in protecting against the progression of diabetes in humans.

Harnessing virtual technology to teach health students

Tuesday 5 Jul 2016

CSU is tapping into virtual technology to give allied health students a unique learning experience.

Generous donation helps Cambodian dental students

Monday 13 Jun 2016

Text books donated by a CSU academic are set to make a huge difference to dental students in Cambodia.

Research points to new treatment for stuttering

Sunday 5 Jun 2016
New treatment methods that change the way that people stress syllables when they speak, could help reduce stuttering, according to research by a CSU academic.

Clear vision for nursing students’ trip to Thailand

Thursday 26 May 2016

When CSU nursing students travel to Thailand to provide health care and education in June, they also hope to deliver much needed eye glasses for local villagers.

International collaboration targets protein linked to cancer

Wednesday 25 May 2016

CSU researchers are working with scientists in Germany to better understand a protein that has been linked with cancer.

CSU study finds savings in healthy, generic food

Sunday 22 May 2016

Families can save up to $2 000 a year if they purchase healthy, generic food from supermarkets, a CSU study has found.

Nurses lost in WW2 hospital ship sinking remembered

Sunday 8 May 2016

The roles of Australian nurses in conflict will be remembered this Sunday 15 May during a ceremony in Bathurst to mark the sinking of the Australian Hospital Ship (AHS)Centaur

in 1943.

New international MoU for CSU pharmacy program

Wednesday 4 May 2016

CSU has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Rangsit University in Thailand to develop a closer relationship between the pharmacy programs of the two institutions.

A question of ethics in health research

Thursday 31 Mar 2016

An internationally recognised academic from CSU is stressing the importance of looking to history in defence of ethical human research.

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