Exercise, not diet, is the key to overcoming adverse metabolic effects passed on to children by their overweight mothers, new research has shown for the first time.
Running may trigger the production of new brain cells throughout life, possibly building a "buffer" to hold off diseases such as Alzheimer's, research presented at the Brain Sciences UNSW shows.
For the first time, UNSW medical researchers have demonstrated that exercise can reverse the effects in the brain of psychological trauma experienced early in life.
Dementia may be avoidable and doctors should take a more optimistic approach to the condition, according to research involving two UNSW academics.
Researchers from UNSW have found an easier way of getting off those extra kilos you may have gained over the holiday season.