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Shoppers queue outside wearing face masks because of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic dominated headlines on the UNSW Newsroom this year, but readers also wanted to know more about research in other health areas.

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If meals with your children are ruled by what they refuse to eat, consider a UNSW Sydney dietitian’s advice on how to tackle fussy eating and win mealtime back.

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Rosemary Stanton investigates the health claims associated with the apple cider vinegar diet fad.

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Is coconut oil all it’s really cracked up to be, or is it just another fad? Rosemary Stanton tests the claims about this so-called superfood.

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It can be hard to eat a balanced diet when you are suffering from nausea and vomiting. You may only feel like oranges, hot chips, lemonade, ice blocks and pizza, writes Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds.

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Think muesli bars are a healthy snack? Take another look, writes Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds.

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If you care about your health, animal welfare and the environment consider joining the 4% of the Australian population following vegetarian or vegan eating habits, writes Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds.

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A healthy but complex community is living together peacefully, until an unruly mob of hooligans disturbs the peace. This scenario is likely playing out in your gut every time you go on a weekend junk food binge, writes Margaret Morris.

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We need to stop fussing over macronutrients and think about foods, writes Rosemary Stanton.

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For most people, it makes sense for breakfast to contribute to a healthy balanced diet, writes Rosemary Stanton.

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