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PhysOrg
Scientists exploring why so many Australians love feeding wild birdsthe impact of bird feeding and watering ever undertaken. The study, which is a
Scientists exploring why so many Australians love feeding wild birds
PhysOrg / Posted 53 minutes ago
the impact of bird feeding and watering ever undertaken. The study, which is a joint project between Deakin University and Griffith University and supported by Mars Birdcare, is calling on residents across the country who are already feeding and... Read more
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BBC News
Clever koalas learn to cross the road safelywas really sceptical about whether the animals would use them," says Prof Darry
Clever koalas learn to cross the road safely
BBC News / Posted 4 hours ago
was really sceptical about whether the animals would use them," says Prof Darryl Jones, a behavioural ecologist at Griffith University in Brisbane who studies the impact of roadways on wildlife. "I have to admit straight up that I thought... Read more
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Herald Sun
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lessonhe blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lesson
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
he blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree with a major in physics and mathematics at Griffith University, McEvoy will be avoiding the post-Olympic pomp and celebrations in Rio in favour of attending a physics... Read more
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Perth Now
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lessonhe blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lesson
Perth Now / Posted 8 hours ago
he blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree with a major in physics and mathematics at Griffith University, McEvoy will be avoiding the post-Olympic pomp and celebrations in Rio in favour of attending a physics... Read more
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Adelaide Now
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lessonhe blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lesson
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 hours ago
he blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree with a major in physics and mathematics at Griffith University, McEvoy will be avoiding the post-Olympic pomp and celebrations in Rio in favour of attending a physics... Read more
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The Courier Mail
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lessonhe blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lesson
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
he blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree with a major in physics and mathematics at Griffith University, McEvoy will be avoiding the post-Olympic pomp and celebrations in Rio in favour of attending a physics... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lessonhe blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree
McEvoy’s mind-blowing science lesson
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 hours ago
he blew our minds. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Science honours degree with a major in physics and mathematics at Griffith University, McEvoy will be avoiding the post-Olympic pomp and celebrations in Rio in favour of attending a physics... Read more
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Brisbane Times
281 koalas die in Moreton Bay Rail project footprintof koala habitat, including 21,000 mature koala trees cleared for new Moreton B
281 koalas die in Moreton Bay Rail project footprint
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
of koala habitat, including 21,000 mature koala trees cleared for new Moreton Bay Rail Project. Photo: Cynthia Pursehouse Griffith University ecologist Professor Darryl Jones on Wednesday said koalas were attacked by dogs when they travelled... Read more
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International Business Times
Rio 2016 Olympics: 'Professor' Cameron McEvoy hoping to become the bride this summer five Olympic golds McEvoy balances his sporting ambitions with intellectual one
Rio 2016 Olympics: 'Professor' Cameron McEvoy hoping to become the bride this summer
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
five Olympic golds McEvoy balances his sporting ambitions with intellectual ones as he studies physics and mathematics at Griffith University in Queensland, hence his nickname the 'professor'. The combination helps keep his dreams in the pool in... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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Queensland Times
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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News Mail
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
News Mail / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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Northern Star
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back offcan't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yester
Migaloo mayhem: Boaties, drone operators told to back off
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
can't seem to agree on whether or not the albino whale spotted off Tweed yesterday was Migaloo. Southern Cross and Griffith University whale researchers say Sea World was incorrect in its determination that the albino whale spotted... Read more
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The North West Star
Koalas tunnels and bridges prove effective on busy roadsthan experts predicted and will cross highways using "tunnels and bridges" to a
Koalas tunnels and bridges prove effective on busy roads
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
than experts predicted and will cross highways using "tunnels and bridges" to access bushland. Professor Darryl Jones, a Griffith University ecologist, found he had to "eat his words" after research showed that within three weeks koalas were... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Street-smart koalas on the movealso quite smart, according to a new study that has tracked the movements of th
Street-smart koalas on the move
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
also quite smart, according to a new study that has tracked the movements of the Australian animal in suburban Brisbane. Griffith University researchers from The Environmental Futures Research Institute team comprehensively monitored 130 man-made... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Suffer migraines? Study may take load off your mindthe world's population. Stress, hunger, anxiety, dehydration are all triggers
Suffer migraines? Study may take load off your mind
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
the world's population. Stress, hunger, anxiety, dehydration are all triggers for migraines, Professor Martin said. A Griffith University research team has developed an online self-help book intended to help sufferers understand triggers that... Read more
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New Kerala
Australian koalas smarter than average bears: newkerala.com #95705In a world's first study, researchers from Griffith University used new technol
Australian koalas smarter than average bears: newkerala.com #95705
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
In a world's first study, researchers from Griffith University used new technologies to track the movements of the bears through the crossings, or tunnels, over a 30-month period after originally being sceptical the structures would not actually... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Koalas shock researchers by using road crossingsledges in south Queensland, something that could help slow their population dec
Koalas shock researchers by using road crossings
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
ledges in south Queensland, something that could help slow their population decline. Vision courtesy ABC News 24 Griffith University's Professor Darryl Jones is an ecologist who has for the past 10 years been researching the impact of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Koalas quick to learn how to navigate eco-passagesdesigned to reduce road kill, a world-first study conducted by a Queensland uni
Koalas quick to learn how to navigate eco-passages
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
designed to reduce road kill, a world-first study conducted by a Queensland university has found. Researchers at Griffith University have been monitoring 130 verified crossings by the marsupials in south-east Queensland involving a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17: Lithgow teacher on doomed flightFacebook profile states that after completing her HSC at Lithgow High School Em
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17: Lithgow teacher on doomed flight
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
Facebook profile states that after completing her HSC at Lithgow High School Emma Bell undertook a teaching degree at Griffith University. She has been teaching at the school at Maningrida, a remote aboriginal community in Arnhem Land. It is... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Region's hard workers recognised at award ceremonyand did my best and tried my hardest with my training." Ms Thompson is current
Region's hard workers recognised at award ceremony
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
and did my best and tried my hardest with my training." Ms Thompson is currently continuing her career pathway through a bachelor of information and technology at Griffith University. The winners now progress to the state finals held in Septe... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
McEvoy the next Aussie pool iconschool in the top two per cent of his state and is currently completing a degre
McEvoy the next Aussie pool icon
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
school in the top two per cent of his state and is currently completing a degree, majoring in physics and mathematics, at Griffith University in Queensland. Quite simply, McEvoy is a guy who aspires to be an astronaut and work for NASA, all while... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says Indiain 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global cl
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says India
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
in 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global club of nuclear suppliers. But Ian Hall, a Griffith University specialist on India foreign and security policy, told Fairfax Media from New Delhi that many local... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says Indiain 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global cl
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says India
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
in 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global club of nuclear suppliers. But Ian Hall, a Griffith University specialist on India foreign and security policy, told Fairfax Media from New Delhi that many local... Read more
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The Young Witness
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says Indiain 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global cl
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says India
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
in 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global club of nuclear suppliers. But Ian Hall, a Griffith University specialist on India foreign and security policy, told Fairfax Media from New Delhi that many local... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says Indiain 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global cl
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says India
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
in 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global club of nuclear suppliers. But Ian Hall, a Griffith University specialist on India foreign and security policy, told Fairfax Media from New Delhi that many local... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says Indiain 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global cl
'Bizarre' Australian visa refusal over WMD fears 'not friendly' says India
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
in 2012. Only last month, Australia formally backed India to join the global club of nuclear suppliers. But Ian Hall, a Griffith University specialist on India foreign and security policy, told Fairfax Media from New Delhi that many local... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Facebook helps Charleville teen score modelling contractsoon get the nod from one of Queensland's biggest modelling agencies. The 18-y
Facebook helps Charleville teen score modelling contract
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
soon get the nod from one of Queensland's biggest modelling agencies. The 18-year-old, who is studying criminology at Griffith University on the Gold Coast, said he and his mates helped with the calendar to assist a friend who was raising... Read more
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ESPN FC
John Aloisi urges focus amid Brisbane Roar uncertainty in A-Leagueprepared to train and improve. There's no real disruption with us," Aloisi told
John Aloisi urges focus amid Brisbane Roar uncertainty in A-League
ESPN FC / Posted 8 days ago
prepared to train and improve. There's no real disruption with us," Aloisi told reporters on Monday. The Roar trained at Griffith University on Monday in their first session together ahead of the 2016-17 campaign. Aloisi confirmed the Roar will... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Junior sports stars in actiongirls Anthea Moodie, Laura and Emily Baartz held their own at the annual Down U
Junior sports stars in action
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
girls Anthea Moodie, Laura and Emily Baartz held their own at the annual Down Under Championships track and field meet at Griffith University. Athletes from the United States, New Zealand, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland all had to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mystery surrounds Coast mum’s deathwas doing a Masters degree and moved over pretty much the day after graduation,
Mystery surrounds Coast mum’s death
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
was doing a Masters degree and moved over pretty much the day after graduation,” he said. “She started working at Griffith University, where she was hosting international ­delegations. “She was selling the city from six months of having... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Nice tragedy prompts Games security 'tweak'direct access to experienced personnel and to advice from partner agencies in A
Nice tragedy prompts Games security 'tweak'
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
direct access to experienced personnel and to advice from partner agencies in Australia and internationally." Meanwhile Griffith University terrorism expert Professor Andrew O'Neil, said the attack outside a major capital city highlighted "acute... Read more
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The Courier
Australian federal election 2016: The 'perfect storm' that explains Pauline Hanson's thundering comebackfrom New South Wales, with a fourth seat from Western Australia also a chance.
Australian federal election 2016: The 'perfect storm' that explains Pauline Hanson's thundering comeback
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
from New South Wales, with a fourth seat from Western Australia also a chance. What has driven this success? It is what Griffith University political lecturer Paul Williams called "a perfect storm" for Ms Hanson: dissatisfaction with major... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Are students pushed too hard, too fast?and teachers regarding age appropriate learning for Preps and Year 1s," she sai
Are students pushed too hard, too fast?
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
and teachers regarding age appropriate learning for Preps and Year 1s," she said. "That's why last year I commissioned Griffith University to trial age appropriate early years teaching in 46 schools. "The trial will inform how we address early... Read more
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Queensland Times
Multi-talented Ashlee sets course for future successfinished school at St Peter Claver, Stieler is in her first year studying Foren
Multi-talented Ashlee sets course for future success
Queensland Times / Posted 11 days ago
finished school at St Peter Claver, Stieler is in her first year studying Forensic Science and Criminology at Griffith University. Like athletics, that study option highlights her diverse thinking. In sport, she's ranked in the top... Read more
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Brisbane Times
LNP likely to secure Toowoomba south seat as counting continuesin either LNP hands or its parent party the Nationals since 1974. Former Toowoo
LNP likely to secure Toowoomba south seat as counting continues
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
in either LNP hands or its parent party the Nationals since 1974. Former Toowoomba mayor Dianne Thorley. Photo: Glenn Hunt Griffith University political lecturer Dr Paul Williams said while it was "almost impossible" for former Toowoomba mayor Ms... Read more
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News Mail
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
News Mail / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Daily Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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Northern Star
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Northern Star / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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Queensland Times
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Has Hanson learnt from the past?promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs fo
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the breakaway City-Country Alliance. Griffith University political expert Tracey Arklay said with Ms Hanson in the Senate and Queensland leader Heather Hill... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Liberals need a Hanson whispererwill ask: “Is Turnbull a friend or enemy of conservatism?” The first lesson po
Liberals need a Hanson whisperer
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
will ask: “Is Turnbull a friend or enemy of conservatism?” The first lesson political neophytes learn is “disunity is death”. Ironically, it’s usually also the last. Dr Paul Williams is a senior lecturer at Griffith University School of Human... Read more
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Queensland Times
Prostate cancer sufferers wanted for surveyof erectile dysfunction in prostate cancer survivors 10 to 15 times higher than
Prostate cancer sufferers wanted for survey
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
of erectile dysfunction in prostate cancer survivors 10 to 15 times higher than their age-matched peers without cancer. Griffith University’s Professor Suzanne Chambers said treatments for prostate cancer had negative effects on men’s sexual... Read more
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News Mail
Domestic violence increasing post-natal depressionresearch from the Menzies HeDomestalth Institute of Queensland on domestic viol
Domestic violence increasing post-natal depression
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
research from the Menzies HeDomestalth Institute of Queensland on domestic violence and pregnancy will be presented to a Griffith University conference on "the mental illness-violence nexus" WED. The institute's Dr Kathleen Baird led a study of... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Domestic violence increasing post-natal depressionresearch from the Menzies HeDomestalth Institute of Queensland on domestic viol
Domestic violence increasing post-natal depression
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
research from the Menzies HeDomestalth Institute of Queensland on domestic violence and pregnancy will be presented to a Griffith University conference on "the mental illness-violence nexus" WED. The institute's Dr Kathleen Baird led a study of... Read more
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