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E-cigarette use is seen as widespread, common and normal among young Australians even though hard data indicate that the clear majority of teens have not vaped.
The World Health Organization’s call to action to curb rampant e-cigarette use will support better health outcomes, say NCEPH experts.
National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at ANU 2022 – 2023 Report
Professor Emily Banks and Associate Professor Lisa Whop honoured by the Public Health Association of Australia with prestigious awards.
A first-of-its-kind study looking at the levels of pain experienced by cancer survivors has been published in BMC Cancer.
Meet Associate Professor Aparna Lal, the 2023 ACT Scientist of the Year.
Too much air conditioning may be harming our health, according to a new study led by Dr Simon Quilty.
ANU researchers say we must acknowledge that the mental health impacts of weather-related disasters extend far beyond those directly impacted by these events.
New survey data released today by Cancer Council Victoria shows worrying increases in vaping and smoking among young Australians.
Health messaging during the pandemic highlighted the need for better communication for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
This International Day of the Midwife, Kristen Graham works to support midwives working in remote and resource-limited communities.
E-cigarette use among young Australians has increased “alarmingly” in recent years, as a major peer-reviewed study led by The Australian National University.