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University of Queensland
UQ welcomes two new Academy of Science FellowsStatistics from Cornell (1986) and a PhD in Quantitative Genetics from the Univ
UQ welcomes two new Academy of Science Fellows
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
Statistics from Cornell (1986) and a PhD in Quantitative Genetics from the University of Edinburgh (1989), and is a current National Health and Medical Research Council Research Fellow (2015-2019). Professor Wray established and led the... Read more
7d
The Morning Bulletin
Self-care dialysis on the move for Rockhampton patientsa heart attack or stroke in the future. Research: Led by Professor Emily Banks
Self-care dialysis on the move for Rockhampton patients
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
a heart attack or stroke in the future. Research: Led by Professor Emily Banks from The Australian National University, funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council, published in Medical Journal of Aust... Read more
9d
Crikey
Alcohol is good for you: health benefits understateda range of chronic diseases including, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes
Alcohol is good for you: health benefits understated
Crikey / Posted 9 days ago
a range of chronic diseases including, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes …” Even the supposedly more objective National Health and Medical Research Council claims “recent scientific evidence suggests that any potential health benefits... Read more
10d
Illawarra Mercury
No solid answer to infant feedingbabies on solids at four months would give them the best chance of avoiding foo
No solid answer to infant feeding
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
babies on solids at four months would give them the best chance of avoiding food allergies. This is at odds with the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines which recommend introducing solids at six months. ‘’Parents get a... Read more
15d
University of Queensland
Are your thoughts clouded by emotion?at UQ include Professor David Copland and Dr Anthony Angwin, recipients of rece
Are your thoughts clouded by emotion?
University of Queensland / Posted 15 days ago
at UQ include Professor David Copland and Dr Anthony Angwin, recipients of recent Australian Research Council and National Health and Medical Research Council funding for brain and language research. “As adults, we have over 50,000 words... Read more
16d
Daily Mail
Homeopathy DOESN’T work: New video reveals the flawed scienceand physics.’ This type of alternative medicine is not evaluated by the FDA.
Homeopathy DOESN’T work: New video reveals the flawed science
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
and physics.’ This type of alternative medicine is not evaluated by the FDA. And, a 2015 report from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council looked at the results of roughly 200 studies on the effectiveness of... Read more
17d
University of Queensland
Genome study offers new hope for children with rare diseasesresearch was funded by organisations including the Australian Research Council,
Genome study offers new hope for children with rare diseases
University of Queensland / Posted 17 days ago
research was funded by organisations including the Australian Research Council, Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council and UQ. Media: UQ IMB, Bronwyn Adams, b.adams@uq.edu.au, +61 418 575 247;... Read more
17d
The Globe and Mail
Short answers to hard questions about weight lossoften get, but studies have not found that to be the case. For example, a recen
Short answers to hard questions about weight loss
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
often get, but studies have not found that to be the case. For example, a recent Australian study, funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council and the Sir Edward Dunlop Medical Research Foundation, randomly assigned 204... Read more
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17d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fewer parents buying teenage children alcohol, study finds74 per cent of Australian 14-year-olds had tried alcohol.Parents play critical
Fewer parents buying teenage children alcohol, study finds
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
74 per cent of Australian 14-year-olds had tried alcohol.Parents play critical role in reducing teenage consumption The National Health and Medical Research Council recommends alcohol consumption be avoided by anyone under 18, and that children... Read more
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17d
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Biggest Loser stars can't winthe rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In
Biggest Loser stars can't win
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
the rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In a one-year study funded by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council, Dr. Joseph Proietto of the University of Melbourne and his colleagues recruited... Read more
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18d
Lifehacker Australia
What You Need To Know For Election 2016research. Funding is excruciatingly tight for individual researchers too. Fewe
What You Need To Know For Election 2016
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 18 days ago
research. Funding is excruciatingly tight for individual researchers too. Fewer than 15% of grant applications to the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) are funded each year. This means many projects that could potentially... Read more
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18d
iTWire
Do mobile phones cause brain cancer?‘Wi-Fried’ makes news, especially when aired on programs like ABC’s Catalyst.
Do mobile phones cause brain cancer?
iTWire / Posted 18 days ago
‘Wi-Fried’ makes news, especially when aired on programs like ABC’s Catalyst. Professor Rodney Croft, Director of the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia’s Centre for Research Excellence in Electromagnetic Energy, a... Read more
18d
Western Advocate
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
The North West Star
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
Daily Liberal
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
The Border Mail
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
The Courier
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
Northern Daily Leader
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
The Young Witness
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
The Young Witness / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
13 related stories
19d
Western Advocate
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
13 related stories
19d
Kiama Independent
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
13 related stories
19d
Manning River Times
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Manning River Times / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
13 related stories
19d
Goondiwindi Argus
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
WA Today
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
13 related stories
19d
The Age
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
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19d
Sydney Morning Herald
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancyin the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the
Information overload poses health risks during pregnancy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
in the bag or the folders. There's nothing there that communicates what is the most important thing to do." In 2009 the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines changed to say that the safest option for pregnant women is to... Read more
13 related stories
21d
The Hindu
AYUSH Ministry rails against global study on homeopathyin India", the AYUSH Ministry told the Lok Sabha. A year after Australia’s top
AYUSH Ministry rails against global study on homeopathy
The Hindu / Posted 21 days ago
in India", the AYUSH Ministry told the Lok Sabha. A year after Australia’s top medical research organisation, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), debunked homeopathy is no more effective than a placebo, the Ministry... Read more
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Boston Globe
Short answers to hard questions about weight lossoften get, but studies have not found that to be the case. For example, a recen
Short answers to hard questions about weight loss
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
often get, but studies have not found that to be the case. For example, a recent Australian study, funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council and the Sir Edward Dunlop Medical Research Foundation, randomly assigned 204... Read more
24d
Boston Globe
After The Biggest Loser, their bodies fought to regain weightthe rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In
After The Biggest Loser, their bodies fought to regain weight
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
the rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In a one-year study funded by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council, Dr. Joseph Proietto of the University of Melbourne and his colleagues recruited... Read more
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Island Packet
Why many of biggest losers on ‘The Biggest Loser’ became big gainers againthe rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In
Why many of biggest losers on ‘The Biggest Loser’ became big gainers again
Island Packet / Posted 24 days ago
the rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In a one-year study funded by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council, Dr. Joseph Proietto of the University of Melbourne and his colleagues recruited... Read more
85 related stories
24d
The News & Observer
Why many of biggest losers on ‘The Biggest Loser’ became big gainers againthe rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In
Why many of biggest losers on ‘The Biggest Loser’ became big gainers again
The News & Observer / Posted 24 days ago
the rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In a one-year study funded by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council, Dr. Joseph Proietto of the University of Melbourne and his colleagues recruited... Read more
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24d
The Sacramento Bee
Why many of biggest losers on ‘The Biggest Loser’ became big gainers againthe rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In
Why many of biggest losers on ‘The Biggest Loser’ became big gainers again
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 24 days ago
the rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In a one-year study funded by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council, Dr. Joseph Proietto of the University of Melbourne and his colleagues recruited... Read more
85 related stories
24d
Boston Globe
‘The Biggest Loser’ contestants’ weight struggles a boon for sciencethe rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In
‘The Biggest Loser’ contestants’ weight struggles a boon for science
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
the rest of them, another group of researchers, in a different project, did. In a one-year study funded by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council, Dr. Joseph Proietto of the University of Melbourne and his colleagues recruited... Read more
85 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
Daily Liberal
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
The Border Mail
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
The Courier
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
Northern Daily Leader
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
20 related stories
25d
The Young Witness
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
The Young Witness / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
20 related stories
25d
Western Advocate
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
Kiama Independent
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Kiama Independent / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
Manning River Times
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
Goondiwindi Argus
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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25d
The North West Star
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medicationfound. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Bank
Most Australians at risk of heart attack or stroke fail to take preventative medication
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
found. The research led by Australian National University Professor Emily Banks and funded by the Heart Foundation and the National Health and Medical Research Council found thousands of lives could be saved if those aged 45 and over visited their... Read more
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29d
Brisbane Times
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't readpapers and other forms of grey literature. Examples of these agencies include
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't read
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
papers and other forms of grey literature. Examples of these agencies include The Australian Research Council and The National Health and Medical Research Council. These two agencies collectively allocated approximately $19 billion in public... Read more
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29d
The Age
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't readquality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies inc
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't read
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
quality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies include The Australian Research Council and The National Health and Medical Research Council. These two agencies collectively allocated approximately $19 billion in public... Read more
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29d
Sydney Morning Herald
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't readquality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies inc
$30 billion of 'grey literature' we can't read
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
quality "grey literature''. Photo: Fiona Morris Examples of these agencies include The Australian Research Council and The National Health and Medical Research Council. These two agencies collectively allocated approximately $19 billion in public... Read more
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29d
Weekly Times
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
Weekly Times / Posted 29 days ago
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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29d
Sky News Australia
Researchers discover new cancer hopeto treat the cancer and other serious diseases. The findings have been publish
Researchers discover new cancer hope
Sky News Australia / Posted 29 days ago
to treat the cancer and other serious diseases. The findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Coun... Read more
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Herald Sun
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hopefindings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was
Qld scientists uncover new cancer hope
Herald Sun / Posted 29 days ago
findings have been published by the Cancer Discovery journal. The research was jointly funded by the QIMR Berghofer, Cancer Council Queensland and the National Health and Medical Research Council. Most popular National Breaking... Read more
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