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The potential for being judged online could be affecting the ability of adolescents to concentrate on everyday tasks, a study by UNSW Sydney researchers finds.

DNA double helix. Genetic cancer risk.

Understanding the genetic basis of sarcoma will allow earlier detection and better guide treatment. 

Healthy calcium-rich food. Greens, salmon, cheese.

What you eat and drink, as well as how much sunlight you get on your skin, all affect your micronutrient levels – and in turn the health of your body and mind.

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As with all chronic conditions, a focus on cognitive and mental health should be part of ongoing care.

Bacon frying on barbecue

Processed meats are a staple in Australian diets, but according to experts at UNSW Sydney they contribute to cancer risk.

Hyde Park Sydney

Urban green space reduces cardiovascular disease risk, and more trees are key. 

woman wearing a shirt with the body positive message - resilient

Content celebrating diverse body types on social media can improve body satisfaction in young women, a new study from UNSW Sydney finds.

Professor Kim Delbaere

The projects to receive funding include a minimally invasive treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea and an exercise program to prevent falls.

A large crowd at a summer music festival

There are concerns about harm reduction strategies this summer as a restless bunch of young adults test the limits of a depleted hospitality industry.

A photo taken from a microscope showing bunches of stem cells embedded in a soft gel

A serendipitous discovery in the lab has the potential to revolutionise embryo models and targeted drug therapies.

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