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Better Sperm Treatment Offers New Fertility Hope
Working from home deadly risk
New antimicrobial therapeutics to fight superbugs
TGA provisionally approves Novavax Covid vaccine NUVAXOVID
Developing new antibiotics to treat drug resistant infections
Researchers discover new approach to breaking bacterial antibiotic resistance and rescue frontline drug treatments
UOW partners with University of British Columbia to treat spinal cord injury
Researchers discover new approach to breaking bacterial antibiotic resistance and rescue frontline drug treatments
High demand should not make Australia careless
Rapid antigen tests can provide added protection over holidays
Doctors: It’s better to be busy with boosters
Midlife diet could help you eat your way to healthy brain
TaBriX, University and TB Alliance to develop drug-resistant tuberculosis treatments
Covid – Omicron update from CMO Professor Paul Kelly 15 December
Why is Ancient Greek alphabet still in use today?
Top 3 Covid vaccine questions – Omicron worries, border restrictions, and COVIDSafe and Omicron
Reality bites: lack of awareness of oral health-illness link
Investment market update – Omicron
Stand against climate crisis is stand against gender violence
Antimicrobial Resistance: Tackling one of world’s top health threats
Australians tell us what they want in parks and playgrounds
Updated toolkit supporting WA seniors to live their best lives
Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna making $1,000 profit every second while world’s poorest countries remain largely unvaccinated
Screening by self-collection ‘game-changer’ for eliminating cervical cancer in Australia
Air pollution clouds brain performance and workforce productivity
Enough is enough, no more asbestos imports
Treatment for alcohol use disorder often not perceived as ‘helpful’: WHO survey analysis
Screening by self-collection game-changer for eliminating cervical cancer in Australia
Microbiome discovery could help save kids’ hearing
Biomedical engineer awarded for revolutionary imaging technology
TGA recognises two more Covid vaccines not registered in Australia but used widely internationally
Pharmaceutical companies and rich nations delivering just one in seven of doses promised to developing countries
There’s only one Earth left – UOW’s Global Climate Change Week opens up with bang
An industry commitment to mental health
International Day of Older Persons focuses on inclusion of older people within increasingly digital world
City of Ballarat marks Australia’s first Ageism Awareness Day
Cancer Council welcomes new laws aimed at reversing crisis of e-cigarette use in young Australians
In Dialogue with Kuwait, Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Inquires about Women’s Rights
Understanding mental health
What is mental health? 29 September
New WHO Air Quality Guidelines: what they mean for Australia
Australia to lead in antimicrobial resistance
New study shows Victorians don’t understand when to use sun protection
UN Youth Victoria: Stage 4 Lockdown effects on education
Queensland returns blunt instrument border controls
Cardinia Shire’s Ageing Well Strategy 2019-25 adopted
City celebrates IDAHOBIT
2 new cases of COVID-19 9 May