UNSW Medicine & Health

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A major new piece of research reports on the results of one of the largest dietary intervention studies ever conducted.

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The number of people with high blood pressure has doubled over the past 30 years, a comprehensive analysis has shown.

Breakthrough infections

Immune fitness, virus variant and vaccine type are all factors that can contribute to breakthrough infections in the fully immunised.

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Feeling exhausted, unable to concentrate and wanting to withdraw and disconnect from the world and those around you? You could be heading towards burnout.

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$50 million could provide all NSW school classrooms with air purifiers with HEPA filters. This pales compared to the roughly $220 million-a-day cost of Sydney’s lockdown.

a womans arm with a band-aid where she has been vaccinated.

Do you actually need compulsory vaccination at your workplace? And if you do, as a last resort, how do you make mandates fair?

Fighting infections with antibiotics

Study reveals substantial drop in antibiotic prescribing following COVID-19 restrictions, but will this practice continue in the post-pandemic era?

Scientia Building at UNSW

ARC grants will support innovation in engineering, science, medicine and business.

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UNSW Sydney and ACOSS release a report showing the relationship between income and health, as major inequities in the vaccine rollout emerge.

UNSW Library Lawn

The Fellows have secured more than $9.5 million for projects in engineering, law, science, business, the humanities and medicine.

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