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'Drink Coke, Exercise More?': where conflict of interest is a Real Thing

Amanda Lee, Professor of nutrition and public health at the Queensland University of Technology tweeted a link to a list of the experts on the Global Energy Balance Network (GEBN) – which includes Australia’s Professor Wendy Brown, Director of the Centre for Research on Exercise, Physical Activity and Health at the University of Queensland. Brown was […]

Inawintji's Story on Living Black tonight: "the high price to pay for staying well"

Her life changed more than 20 years ago when she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. It was too late for insulin tablets to take effect and, despite Ina’s best efforts, her condition deteriorated to renal disease. She needed dialysis. She made the incredibly hard decision to leave her homelands, family and friends and move […]

Celebrating successes in oral health and looking to an innovative future.

This article is adapted from an editorial published in the most recent edition of the Australasian Medical Journal.  Thanks to the Editor for his approval.  Marc Tennant and Estie Kruger, International Research Collaborative – Oral Health and Equity, The University of Western Australia, write: If this was the 1960’s we would be talking about how […]

Freedom of Tweets – A social media advocacy campaign to unlock the secrets of nutrition governance

Social media is opening up the processes of public health advocacy and efforts to hold governments to account, according to Dr Mark Lock, a Research Fellow in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle. As part of the Aboriginal Voice Integration and Diffusion or AVID Study, Dr Lock is examining […]