Research news & events

May 11, 2018

Grains the new go-to for gut health

Grains may have earned a bad reputation with the health-conscious, but a new study shows that - along with garlic, onion and legumes – whole grain wheat and... Read more

April 30, 2018

Bond researchers discover healthy habits the key to ‘no-diet’ diet

Bond University researchers have shown the effectiveness of a weight-loss regime that keeps the kilos off for at least a year, without a punishing diet. Read more

April 17, 2018

Harms and benefits of changing high blood pressure guidelines

Recent recommendations from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) to lower thresholds defining hypertension and... Read more

March 20, 2018

Bond University researcher wins Bupa Health Foundation Award

Bond University Research Fellow Dr Amanda McCullough was announced as the recipient of the Emerging Health Researcher Award for 2017, at an awards breakfast in... Read more

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February 22, 2018

Bond launches new study: Does building muscle actually help you to lose weight?

Bond University Nutrition and Dietetics researchers are conducting a new study to challenge the widely-held belief that gaining muscle mass will automatically... Read more

February 19, 2018

Research into antibiotic resistance could help save millions of lives

Research into antibiotic resistance in general practice has earnt Bond University's Dr Amanda McCullough a Bupa Health Foundation’s Emerging Health... Read more

November 24, 2017

Bond receives multi-million dollar private donation to fund stem cell research

Bond University has officially recognised and honoured the largest single private donation it has ever received. The Cutmore Family Recognition Event, held on... Read more

November 16, 2017

Genetic testing of healthy people a ‘looming disaster’ says global health evidence expert

Professor Paul Glasziou, the Australian-based global authority on evidence in healthcare, today called for action to stem a growing tide of overtesting,... Read more

October 25, 2017

Australian consumer law is failing beer drinkers

If you’ve bought a “foreign” beer lately you might have noticed it wasn’t actually brewed in the country associated with the brand. Instead, it may have been... Read more

October 23, 2017

Helping GPs prescribe fewer antibiotics

We need surveillance of antibiotic resistance rates in the community to set targets to enable Australian GPs to reduce their antibiotic prescribing rates, say... Read more

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