How accurately can data be used to help stop the spread of COVID-19? Amid the anxiety can data help people understand the facts and protect loved ones?
Can flashing LED lights embedded in footpaths break the smartphone spell and alert ‘distracted walkers’ as they approach a road or rail intersection? New QUT research suggests the answer is ‘yes’.
This is a confusing and, frankly, scary time for a lot of us. There’s so much contradictory information, and the “right” thing to do yesterday is now the “wrong” thing to do today. If you're feeling edgy, having trouble sitting still or concentrating, finding yourself constantly or obsessively checking for updates, losing sleep, or waking in the early hours of the morning feeling anxious – you're not alone.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Australian continues to grow with new cases confirmed each day. Of those who get ill, about 20% will have moderate or severe illness that requires hospitalisation.
Are you a parent who is struggling to find time to be with your child and help them grow? Our newly published research shows neighbourhood parks, and playgrounds in particular, provide valuable and unique opportunities for interaction between parents and children.
The verdict is in - cold water immersion after intense strength-training impairs muscle growth and strength and thus defeats the purpose of all that effort.