Latest lung disease News

New model WHS Regulations will help protect workers from silicosis
MRFF Clinical Trials Activity Grant for Associate Professor Amanda Gwee
MRFF Clinical Trials Activity Grant For Professor Amanda Gwee
Engineered Stone Work To Cease From 1 July
Three QUT Researchers Awarded NHMRC Investigator Grants
Rebecca Cooper Fellowship For Strep Research
Immunologist Receives Biomedical Research Award
UK smoking ban would have many benefits for public health – but only if it’s effectively implemented
National Centre To Tackle Rare Lung Diseases
Pollution Data highlights the need to shut Eraring
Discovery into how chronic lung conditions affect children’s immune system
WHO unveils a digital health promoter harnessing generative AI for public health
RACGP applauds NSW RSV immunisation rollout
Hot tubs are as full of nasty germs as you fear
Curtin’s ‘Emerging Leaders’ win millions for health research
MRFF Grants To Boost Children’s Health And Wellbeing
Engineered Stone Ban In Effect From 1 July 2024
Omega-3 fatty acids are linked to better lung health, particularly in patients with pulmonary fibrosis
Targeting inflammatory protein could help treat severe asthma
Acquisition Of Gracell Completed
Important health and safety update
Heat up your breath during cold weather
Research reveals gut’s crucial role in lung disease
WorkCover Queensland CEO Bruce Watson retiring
Victorians Urged To Take Care As Temperatures Soar
Call to stay vigilant for symptoms of melioidosis as heavy rains continue
Mosquito and mould advice post flood
The Government must ban engineered stone to protect workers’ health
Changes to workplace exposure standard for welding fumes
UQ develops tool to identify dust lung disease risk
AstraZeneca to acquire Gracell, furthering cell therapy ambition across oncology and autoimmune diseases
Results from the Tasmanian Population Health Survey 2022 released
Animal-Free Science Advocacy Celebrates Funder Decision on Forced Smoking Research
Engineered stone prohibition to make workplaces safer and healthier for all Australians
Queensland’s engineered stone campaign culminates in national ban
D-Day for engineered stone ban
Silica is not only hazard in engineered stone
Health professionals join coal port blockade
Premature baby Charlotte is mango-sized miracle
Smoking is the leading cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Major retailers join Queensland’s engineered stone campaign
Pivotal role of TLR7 protein revealed in lung disease
Are you silica smart?
AWU welcomes Safe Work recommendation to ban engineered stone
Cumberland Council encourages residents to stay informed about the dangers of asbestos this November for National Asbestos Awareness Month
About 100 people a month are diagnosed with lung cancer in WA
Australia’s tenth annual National Asbestos Awareness Month launches new Asbestos Education resource for residential property owners, managers and tradies to help save lives
Multi-million dollar boost into child research programs