A modern Chinese herbal medicine clinically-trialled at UWS has increased ‘good cholesterol’ levels and stabilised insulin in people with pre-diabetes.
Professor Alan Bensoussan is recognised for his global impact on the clinical study of Chinese Medicine with a prestigious international award.
New research has found community green spaces are encouraging people to exercise harder and more often.
Researchers from UWS have played an integral role in a study which has measured the drinking levels of patrons in Australia’s night-time entertainment districts.
Breastfeeding is not only good for baby but good for mums with a study finding breastfeeding reduces the chances of mums developing high blood pressure decades later.
A University of Western Sydney study has found that securing suitable employment can be a long, difficult and disappointing process for skilled migrants following their arrival in Australia.
A remarkable new discovery has explained the genetic basis of Tourette syndrome (TS) and provided an unparalleled insight into the biological basis of human behaviour.
The Australian newspaper has tipped UWS to be a university that is on the rise in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings.