A new book may save you from what its author calls the inactivity crisis.
A research centre established by Avondale College of Higher Education is helping measure the effectiveness of a health improvement program while encouraging collaboration among academics.
An Avondale lecturer has played a key role in renewing a leading worldwide health resource that has launched in the United States.
Sugar is the food manufacturers’ equivalent to nicotine—its addictive and, unlike cigarettes, embedded in everything we eat. This message from David Gillespie, who spoke at a public lecture and at forum on Avondale College of Higher Education’s Lake Macquarie campus this past week, has created conversation and controversy.
A book by an Avondale College of Higher Education lecturer has served as the basis for the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s annual Health Week (May 1-7).