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Western Sydney University is pleased to announce Winninninni woman Professor Aunty Kerrie Doyle as the inaugural Associate Dean Indigenous Health within the School of Medicine.
A Western researcher has compared the potential health implications of COVID-19 for newborn babies, against the impact of being separated from their mother.
A pilot study of one of Australia’s most elusive creatures, the platypus, has revealed they are living in unlikely, urban locations in Sydney.
Opinion: Should all aged-care residents with COVID-19 be moved to hospital? Probably, but there are drawbacks too
COVID-19 is continuing to devastate Victorian aged-care homes, with 1,435 active cases now linked to the sector, and at least 130 residents having died.
Opinion: COVID-19 pandemic shows why infant formula donations are dangerous and how breastfeeding protects infants
When emergencies occur, including in the current COVID-19 pandemic, people want to help mothers and babies. Sometimes they respond by making donations of infant formula.
Opinion: ‘Uprooting, no matter how small a plant you are, is a trauma’: older women renters are struggling
Older women renters are struggling in an insecure and unaffordable rental housing market. A combination of high rents and low incomes leaves many living in substandard housing.