Monthly Archives: October 2016


Tackling childhood obesity on land and in water

Physical activity is an important part of having a healthy life, and is commonly prescribed for managing your weight. But what about the challenges facing overweight children? How can we better understand the physical barriers these children must overcome so they can be physically active?

By | October 6th, 2016|Articles, General, News|0 Comments

Caffeine: 1 shot? Ok, 5 shots? Not so much

It's well known that Kiwis have a love affair with caffeine - but how many of us know about the potential hidden harm it could be causing us? Scientists at Massey University and University of Auckland are leading a large-scale research programme aiming to build a detailed picture of the amount of caffeine we're consuming, and how our varying rates of metabolism or genetic traits could be causing unseen problems.

By | October 1st, 2016|Articles, General, News, Students|0 Comments