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    Asthmatics failing to cough up for medicines, putting health at risk

    Half of all adults and a third of children with asthma are missing out on essential treatment due to out-of-pocket costs, a new Australian study has found.


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  • Tom Steer With SA Premier Steven Marshall

    UniSA Online’s Tom Steer named one of SA’s top business leaders under 40

    UniSA Online Executive Director, Tom Steer has been named as one of South Australia’s leading business entrepreneurs aged under 40 in InDaily’s 40 Under 40 awards.


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  • Defence force athletes and UniSA students at a training camp for the Invictus Games

    UniSA and the ADF ‘seal the deal’ on an Adaptive Sports partnership

    The University of South Australia (UniSA) and the Australian Defence Force (ADF) have formalised a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for Adaptive Sports.


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  • Frail man wearing fall risk tag

    Antidepressants and opioids double the risk of falls and fractures in older people

    Taking antidepressants or opioids more than doubles the risk of a fall and hip fracture in older people, according to a paper published today in Australian Prescriber.


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    21st Century HEDONISM - MOD. asks…what’s your pleasure?

    If I say hedonism…what’s your first response? Is it all about sensual self-indulgence, the pursuit of pleasure over all else, displaying a selfish dedication to having it all and having it now?
    Well you’d be kind of wrong.

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  • Bob Hawke

    UniSA honours a leader that shaped our nation - Robert James Lee Hawke 1929 – 2019

    The University of South Australia, home to The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, celebrates the life and work of former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke who died today...


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  • Gracie, 8, Georgina, 10 and Akira, 9 hanging on the trapeze at Cirkidz Circus school, Adelaide.

    The art of circus: Cartwheeling kids to better mental health

    From tightrope to trapeze, circus arts have long fascinated and inspired people of all ages. Now, research from UniSA is revealing the true value of circus skills and their unique ability to deliver significant mental health benefits for Australian children.


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  • Engineering students now have access to the same equipment used by industry.

    Engineering students’ future careers through upgraded facilities

    Engineering students have returned to study in newly-upgraded facilities that are designed to better prepare them for their future careers.


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