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Tuesday 17 May 2022

Groundbreaking podcast wins gold at New York Radio Festival

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Monday 16 May 2022

IDAHOBIT event to launch report on services for multicultural gender, sex and sexuality diverse communities

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Stories

What's the difference between a healthy and unhealthy relationship to your phone?

UOW researchers discovered smartphone addiction is worse when we use the screens in a meaningless way

UOW academic will lead stem cell research on Friedreich's ataxia

Funding to advance therapies for a rare neurodegenerative disease

World-first consortium to fight global corneal blindness

UOW joins with other research institutions in a collaboration to develop bioengineered eye tissue

Why an avo toast may be the key to a healthy life (and a slim waist)

UOW researcher has discovered that avocados may help promote weight loss

Professor Kathleen Clapham wins First Nations Health, Wellbeing and Health Services Research Award

Professor of Indigenous health chosen for commitment to social justice, self-determination, empowerment, and improved health for First Nations people

Study examines impact of bushfires, COVID-19 on older South Coast residents

Over 65s from Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands and South Coast invited to participate in health care survey


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