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ANU wins silver at 3MT Asia Pacific

ANU PhD student Lithin Louis has taken second place at the 2019 Asia-Pacific 3MT final in Queensland for his presentation 'Mysteries of a Beating Heart'.

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Analysis and opinion | 2 Oct 2019

How to manage grass pollen exposure this hay fever season: an expert guide

Nearly one in five Australians are affected by hay fever. If you’re one of the unlucky ones, you’ll know how troublesome the symptoms can be.

Protest for ME/CFS health equality featuring a man, woman and child holding up sign with: I am one of the #MillionsMissing due to ME/CFS.

Research story | 1 Oct 2019

Helping doctors diagnose an invisible illness

Researchers hope that a new biobank will help them develop a blood test for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

News | 27 Sep 2019

Parenting program for suicide prevention

A national online program is being developed to help support parents who have children that are suicidal or suffering high levels of psychological distress.

Analysis and opinion | 23 Sep 2019

How rising temperatures affect our health

What do high temperatures do to our bodies? And how much extra heat can people and our way of living tolerate?

News | 18 Sep 2019

Cholesterol levels increase in post-menopausal women

Women who have gone through menopause may need to keep an eye on their cholesterol levels, according to new research.

News | 18 Sep 2019

Dr Meru Sheel Wins 40 Under 40 Award

Dr Sheel received the nomination for her research and work as a mentor of women and young professionals pursuing leadership roles in STEMM careers.

News | 30 Aug 2019

Menopause therapies linked to major increase in breast cancer risk

Nearly all types of menopausal hormone therapy increase breast cancer risk, with some risk persisting for many years.

News | 23 Aug 2019

How Australia can act on suicide prevention

Experts say the Australian Government's "zero suicide" strategy might benefit from drawing on the experiences of Denmark.

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