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ICYMI: Last month's great webinar on childhood nutrition and obesity prevention by IPAN's and is now available online here
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Standing up at your desk is just one way to reduce your daily sitting time - here are some more tips from based on her latest research findings on teens' sedentary behaviour
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Deakin IPAN Jun 18
Five ways teens can reduce their sitting time – offers some tips in Deakin IPAN’s latest blog
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Deakin IPAN Jun 18
IPAN’s A/Prof Michelle Keske is researching why people with diabetes are more likely to suffer heart failure and the impact that blood flow has on the inability to exercise. Watch the latest in the Change Maker series here
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Deakin Nutrition Jun 17
This week is Cancer and Research Awareness Week - and we are proud to have excellent and researchers at Here is the latest work in this field
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Deakin IPAN Jun 17
Well done Katherine Roberts-Thomson, IPAN PhD student, who won the faculty 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) comp yesterday with her presentation ‘Can too much sugar cause a roadblock in skeletal muscle blood vessels?’ Good luck for the University final in August!
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Deakin IPAN Jun 16
IPAN researchers are looking for male research participants for an innovative study on eating patterns. Complete an online survey and use a food diary app for 7 days to receive a $20 shopping voucher. Click here to participate
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Dr Patrick J Owen Jun 11
: mineral density, structure, distribution and strength in men with treated with androgen deprivation therapy. Our newest now available: . //
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Deakin IPAN Jun 12
New paper by IPAN’s highlights the specifics of resistance training and muscle protein metabolism in females – and calls for researchers to include more female cohorts in future exercise physiology research
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Deakin IPAN Jun 12
Great interview featuring IPAN's on 's Life Matters program this morning, discussing her new research showing teens are spending two-thirds of their day sitting and strategies for reducing sedentary behaviour
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Deakin IPAN Jun 12
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Deakin IPAN Jun 12
Interested in a PhD project with IPAN’s , and examining the benefits of healthy dietary fats in managing type 2 diabetes? Take a closer look here
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Penny Love Jun 12
"we know about the size of the problem, time to implement solutions". Exactly what we will be doing delivering the Infant Program at scale across Victoria with , and others.
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Deakin IPAN Jun 10
Out today - a first of its kind study from ’s shows our teens are spending two-thirds of their day sitting down, with school class time and the evenings the main problem times.
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Deakin Nutrition Jun 9
Congratulations to for the David Kritchevsky Career Achievement Award! We thank her for allowing us to collaborate on ASA24 and utilise this important tool for dietary assessment in Australia
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Jo Salmon Jun 6
Lots of Aussies attending ⁦⁩ 2019. And a very strong ⁦⁩ presence! Sharing research from Oz in ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Kylie Hesketh Jun 5
Lots of interest in -Us! Program scale up and implementation in schools across Victoria Australia
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Deakin Nutrition Jun 4
Interested in feeding practices & quality? Head over to hear & research from PhD student on Friday!
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Dr Clint Miller Jun 4
Well done for presenting our network meta-analysis on effect of different exercise for chronic low back pain at conference Kyoto, Japan.
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Deakin IPAN Jun 2
Useful tips for parents to overcome the challenges of shaping children’s diet, physical activity, screen time and health in the early years – 's , and 's piece in the
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