A world-first study Griffith University study will design and test a new treatment to slow hip osteoarthritis (OA) progression.
A new Griffith University study will test a novel way to manage exercise for people suffering from diabetic neuropathy using digital technology, wearable devices and exercise counselling. Diabetic neuropathy is one of the most common long-term complications of diabetes. Symptoms develop gradually and can be painful (e.g. aching, shooting pain or sensitivity to touch) or […]
Heavily inked people can stay cool – concerns that tattoos compromise sweat rates and raise sodium losses during exercise have been eased following a new study from Griffith University.
A Griffith academic has been recognised as a national leader in graduate and higher degree research supervision. Professor Rod Barrett from Griffith’s School of Allied Health Sciences was awarded the major accolade at the 2019 Australian Council of Graduate Research Awards at a function at South Bank. Professor Barrett, an academic in the field of […]
A cookbook full of recipes designed specifically for people who have difficulty swallowing is now just a click of the mouse button away. Beyond the Blender: Dysphagia Made Easy is the brainchild of speech pathologist and Griffith researcher Simone Howells, and has been created by Master of Speech Pathology students at the School of Allied […]
Pre-workout supplements (PWS) claim to improve strength and reduce fatigue while training. Many of these products rely on the stimulant properties of caffeine (often in large doses) to produce this performance enhancement, yet a verification of the caffeine content of these products has never been conducted - until now.
Looking at the positive change for an adolescent boy with autism and his family while travelling through Africa has been the focus of a Griffith University research study.