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Urgent need for anti-smoking campaigns to continue after pregnancy

Curtin University research has found quit support for smoking mothers should continue even after their first babies are born, given that many of those women will become pregnant again, and that quitting can substantially reduce the risk of future preterm births.

WA Health Hackathon Week 2021 is here

Ready to explore digital and data-driven solutions to real-world healthcare challenges?

Curtin WA’s #1 for undergraduate full-time employment and starting salary

Curtin University has again outranked all other public universities in Western Australia for undergraduate outcomes in full-time employment and starting salary, as well as staff qualifications, in the Good Universities Guide 2022.

OPINION As Sydney’s lockdown continues, what support is available – and...

JobKeeper and the Coronavirus Supplement ended earlier this year. But the last few months in have shown the COVID crisis is far from over in Australia.

Women need individualised help with weight after endometrial cancer

Women recovering from endometrial cancer require health professionals to provide them with individualised weight management plans to assist with their recovery, a University of Queensland study has shown.

Diabetes research challenging but paramount

It’s hoped a dietary fibre supplement could one day help manage or prevent type 1 diabetes, with research at The University of Queensland set to progress to the next stage.

UWA athletes set to compete in 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

More than 16 students, club members and alumni from The University of Western Australia will represent Australia at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Survey finds encouraging platypus numbers on Kangaroo Island

UNSW researchers have been involved in a platypus survey on Kangaroo Island which was severely affected by bushfires 18 months ago.

The success of Iceland’s ‘four-day week’ has been overstated

Iceland has trialled shorter working hours, not a four-day work week, but there are some positive takeaways, writes Adjunct Professor Tony Veal.

Slow Vaccine Roll-out Could Deepen Economic Scars

While South Australia’s economy is recovering strongly, the slow vaccine roll-out is a significant threat to the nation’s ongoing ability to weather the long-term effects of the pandemic.
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