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Thursday 22 July 2021

COVID-19 lockdowns: The cure is not worse than the disease

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Thursday 22 July 2021

Adolescents bombarded with junk food marketing on social media

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Stories

Trending tweets greatest amplifier of dodgy diets

Health and nutrition among the most common topics where misinformation is shared on social media

UOW welcomes two new executive appointments

Professor David Currow joins as DVC (Health and Sustainable Futures) and Professor Eileen McLaughlin joins as Executive Dean, Science, Medicine And Health

Study into impact of bushfires, COVID-19 on older people seeks participants

Findings from South Coast study will help the elderly to remain independent in their community for longer

UOW receives funding from Michael Tynan Memorial Challenge

Funds to further strengthen medical research in the Illawarra region

International honour for UOW Professor of Primary Health Care Nursing

Award recognises outstanding women leaders in nursing and midwifery

How do our hormones contribute to our personality?

Investigating saliva hormones and finger sizes in relation to personality traits


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