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University of Sydney News
How traditional Aboriginal medicine can help close the health gappossible should be done to support them." The Poche Key Thinkers Forum panel i
How traditional Aboriginal medicine can help close the health gap
University of Sydney News / Posted 9 days ago
possible should be done to support them." The Poche Key Thinkers Forum panel includes: Professor Elizabeth Elliott AM – Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney Professor Ngiare Brown – Professorial Fellow, University of Wollongong Dr... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Babies targeted in war on obesityFitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director
Babies targeted in war on obesity
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Fitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director of the Centre, Professor Louise Baur from Sydney Medical School. The team is trying to come up with other shorter ways of measuring whether babies are sedentary and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Babies targeted in war on obesityFitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director
Babies targeted in war on obesity
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Fitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director of the Centre, Professor Louise Baur from Sydney Medical School. The team is trying to come up with other shorter ways of measuring whether babies are sedentary and... Read more
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Perth Now
Babies targeted in war on obesityFitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director
Babies targeted in war on obesity
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
Fitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director of the Centre, Professor Louise Baur from Sydney Medical School. The team is trying to come up with other shorter ways of measuring whether babies are sedentary and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Babies targeted in war on obesityFitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director
Babies targeted in war on obesity
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
Fitbits on babies because the under fives move differently,” says the Director of the Centre, Professor Louise Baur from Sydney Medical School. The team is trying to come up with other shorter ways of measuring whether babies are sedentary and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New research centre to tackle childhood obesity to be launched at University of Sydney’s CPCon intervening at primary school level, it’s already too late,” said Director o
New research centre to tackle childhood obesity to be launched at University of Sydney’s CPC
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
on intervening at primary school level, it’s already too late,” said Director of the Centre Professor Louise Baur from Sydney Medical School. “The first few years of life are really vital for establishing patterns for good health, wellbeing... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
WHO global diabetes report shows Australia must lift its gamecare for diabetes they need,” said Professor Colagiuri, a leading expert in dia
WHO global diabetes report shows Australia must lift its game
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 days ago
care for diabetes they need,” said Professor Colagiuri, a leading expert in diabetes screening and prevention from the Sydney Medical School. “Even in Australia, a country with universal health coverage, we have particular groups like... Read more
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University of Sydney News
WHO global diabetes report shows Australia must lift its gamecare for diabetes they need,” said Professor Colagiuri, a leading expert in dia
WHO global diabetes report shows Australia must lift its game
University of Sydney News / Posted 28 days ago
care for diabetes they need,” said Professor Colagiuri, a leading expert in diabetes screening and prevention from the Sydney Medical School. “Even in Australia, a country with universal health coverage, we have particular groups like... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study raises possibility of therapeutic intervention for brain blood vessel diseaseunknown. Related Stories A new study published today in Nature (Zhou et al) b
New study raises possibility of therapeutic intervention for brain blood vessel disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
unknown. Related Stories A new study published today in Nature (Zhou et al) by Dr. Zheng’s group at Centenary Institute, Sydney Medical School and collaborators at Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, has identified... Read more
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Daily Liberal
New students welcomed to Dubboas well as the community in which they will be immersed. The next cohort of st
New students welcomed to Dubbo
Daily Liberal / Posted 1 months ago
as well as the community in which they will be immersed. The next cohort of students to arrive at the School of Rural Health will be the year 4 students from the Sydney Medical School. They will arrive in March 2014 to begin their year of... Read more

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