“Young Australians aged 18 to 24 and those aged 25 to 34 are significantly worse off in terms of mental health than those who are older.”
Heat-related deaths have been “substantially underreported” on Australia’s national records, according to ANU experts.
Researchers have found a link between obesity and shrinkage in an area of the brain responsible for memory and learning - the hippocampus...
"This study shows too many people go to work when they are sick," said Professor Peter Collignon.
Australia's GP clinics, pharmacies and other primary care services are key to protecting our most vulnerable people against COVID-19,...
“Racism must be seen as a core issue for child health, now more than ever,” said Associate Professor Naomi Priest.
Mayi Kuwayu has received a major funding boost, with the Ian Potter Foundation injecting $590,000 into the study. That amount will be...
Scientists have made new miniature devices that could be developed into technology that helps identify and treat cancers early.
“The survey will help us grasp what gaps exist in public communications, as well as correct any misinformation.”
“Coronavirus is enabling a prejudice pandemic. The racism it is enabling is also life threatening,” said Professor Michael Platow.
The 10 risks to human survival and how we can navigate them are outlined in a new report.
Professor Geoff Farrell says the research could benefit patients immediately.
“This detection is an additional measure to find the trigger points that community transmission has stopped,” said Dr Aparna Lal.
The Australian National University has experts who can comment on all aspects of the COVID-19 crisis.
Researchers have developed a new way to measure Machiavellianism with 12 questions.
"It's okay to share with your children that you are worried, but it's important to not share panic with children."
“Research shows people are less likely to have children in a period of uncertainty and scarcity," says Dr Liz Allen.
The study examined the link between primary school students’ experiences of racial discrimination and cardiometabolic risk markers.
Three out of four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults under 35 have at least one CVD risk factor.
The study will focus on pregnant women living in Queensland who were exposed to a severe cyclone event over the past 10 years.