As the first ever obesity intervention targeting fathers and children, HDHK is a highly innovative program. In particular, there are […]
The HMRI Director’s Award for Mid-Careers Research recognises the achievements of the Hunter’s most gifted mid-career researcher.
The award, from Hunter Children’s Research Foundation, recognises initiatives that demonstrate excellence in the community.
University of Newcastle (UON) Professor Philip Morgan’s highly successful obesity prevention program Healthy Dads, Healthy Kids (HDHKTM) has received global recognition for excellence and leadership in promoting health and well-being in the community.
Craig Shafer (Dads’ Facilitator) and Chris Tyrie (Kids’ facilitator), have kick started the initial Healthy Dads Healthy Kids program for […]
Community Manager and HDHK Facilitator, Craig Shafer, is set to launch the HDHK Maitland program on Wednesday 10th September, 2014 […]
Men who participated in a community fitness program for obese fathers lost weight and increased their activity levels in a new study from Australia.
Can children help their fathers become healthier? Internationally-renowned obesity expert for men, Professor Philip Morgan, believes so and through a […]
The Healthy Dads Healthy Kids program focuses on dads and children and whilst this is the case specifically for this […]
Are you a father, step dad or grandfather? Do you have primary aged children? Would you like to maintain a […]
Participants need to be: Male Aged 21 to 65 years A parent/guardian/grandfather of a child aged 5 to 12 years […]
In the trial program, fathers and children significantly improved their overall health and quality of life. Fathers: reduced their waist […]