Monthly Archives: April 2016

Heart Breaks

If you thought breast cancer was the biggest killer of women in Australia, think again. Heart disease kills three times more, taking a life every hour. Progress, however, is being made. Researchers at the University of Adelaide are breaking new ground, and in this special Research Tuesdays forum—presented in conjunction with the Heart Foundation—you’ll hear […]

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Sugar & Splice

Those whose only knowledge of carbohydrates, or sugars, has been gleaned from popular media could be forgiven for thinking they’re akin to dietary criminals, increasing our risk of weight-gain, heart disease and diabetes. But their appearance in foods is just one aspect of their broader—and vital—role in our world. This is particularly so for complex […]

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