Health

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The findings of the CareTrack study highlight what we need to target if we want to lead the world in better health delivery, write the study's authors Bill Runciman and Jeffrey Braithwaite.

IStock Alzheimer's

Most people's anxiety about developing Alzheimer’s disease is reduced once they have undergone genetic testing, regardless of whether they have a family history of the illness, Australian researchers have found.

Care track study

Australians receive “appropriate” health care in only 57 per cent of consultations, according to the first ever national snapshot of the quality of clinical care.

4JulySET

Babies born to mothers who had single embryo transfer during IVF are more robust and likely to survive birth, UNSW research shows.

2July obesitycentre

UNSW will host a new centre targeting primary care in obesity to help people with lifestyle changes to achieve their weight goals.

Nanobot

World experts in the emerging field of nano-scale medicine are in Sydney for a major international conference hosted by UNSW.

29June Sprint

Men can significantly cut the visceral fat in their abdomen with just one hour of interval sprinting per week instead of seven hours of jogging for a similar result, new Australian research shows.

27June DryJuly

Australia’s first community-based Cancer Survivors Centre, which is based at UNSW, has joined the Dry July campaign.

Chilhood cancer

The discovery of genetic mutations in the most common paediatric malignant brain cancer will lead to more targeted treatment for children.

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Carol George's rap song, 'I've Changed My Ways', inspired by her personal experience, has won the National Cannabis Centre's Indigenous Music Competition.

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