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My PhD research seeks to assess the generalizability of the earlier findings in different geographical settings and in different ethnic groups.
Healthy ageing is specifically focused on those processes that allow adults to experience wellbeing as they age.
Over evolutionary time humans have adapted to changing environments but this has come at a biological cost.
50% of Australian parents indicate that they often need to abandon some family activities due to work.
Kayla Smurthwaite is a PhD student of the per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) Health Study at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health.
It is timely to assess its implementation and enforcement, and the compliance of industry and others with the relevant regulations.
Join the Knowledge to Action Network as we learn, debate and discuss how, why and what ANU staff are doing to enable research impact.
This undergraduate project investigates whether a relationship exists between mitochondrial function and autonomic symptoms in people with ME/CFS.
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