PEOPLE affected by eating disorders (ED) are drawn towards food-related information but away from body-shape information.
GETTING back behind the wheel after a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), such as concussion, should take longer than national medical guidelines currently advise.
Written by Craig Sinclair,Research Fellow at The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia
Around the world, research shows that strong community input into health services leads to better patient outcomes, and a fairer allocation of resources to the most important programs. This is particularly important in rural areas.
A strong crowd turned out for the annual City of Kalgoorlie Boulder YouthFest in Centennial Park on 28 March 2015.
IN LIGHT of the proposal to introduce free wi-fi throughout Perth’s public transport network be aware that there are increased cyber security risks, warns ECU computer security expert Professor Andrew Woodward.
CENTRAL Tafe is home to WA’s first Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) six star-rated public GreenSkills building, a teaching facility in East Perth for students studying environmental monitoring and technology.
WESTERN Australia is one of the most remote areas in the world, this presents a range of challenges when delivering health services to those not within an easily commutable distance of Perth.
MY FARM helps feed and clothe thousands of people around the world.
AS PART of Big Data Week (April 20-26), ScienceNetwork WA invited the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre to share some of its insights on big data through a five-part series. Today, Curtin University Radio Astronomy Professor Steven Tingay explores how huge amounts of data generated by local astronomy projects is managed.
A STUDY comparing gullies on Earth with those on Mars has concluded that fluid—possibly surface water activity— is the most likely creation process for the Martian ravines.