UNSW School of Population health

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.

Four happy young indigenous kids

Higher levels of parental wellbeing while children were young was linked with children being more physically active as they got older.

NRMRC Ideas Grants

20 UNSW academics receive NHMRC Ideas Grants for research in medicine and health, and science.

Young woman on a mobile phone

Voices from frontline workers, victims and survivors, and users of violence identify what’s working and what’s not.

Aboriginal mother holding baby

An Aboriginal-led research project is developing greater understanding of the complex challenges Aboriginal families face reunifying with children removed to out-of-home care.  

Woman conducting cancer research

UNSW researchers have secured funding for 36 world-leading projects in the latest National Health and Medical Research Council funding round.

Sexual consent education and how to do it well

To change sexual consent culture we must change education programs to be sex-positive and inclusive, UNSW research shows. 

Ebony Lewis

We need to have a conversation about dying.

Young child swimming

While it may be possible to teach young infants basic motor skills in water, infants cannot, and should not, be expected to know how to swim or to be able to react appropriately in emergencies.

A child splashing in water

Australians are entering our most dangerous time of year for fatal drownings. So what can you do to keep yourself and loved ones safer this summer?

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