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The dangerous impact increasing temperatures are having on our children

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New research by Western Sydney University explores the concerning impact our changing climate and increasing heat is having on Australian schools and childcare centres, as experts predict temperatures will reach extreme heights this summer. The...

Brisbane pollen forecast to help allergy sufferers

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People with hayfever and seasonal asthma can keep a check on levels of grass pollen in the air that may aggravate their allergies with the official Brisbane Pollen forecast provided by QUT researchers. A...

HelpMe Feed Foundation is Born

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The HelpMe Feed breastfeeding support project recently registered as a not-for-profit charity – the 'HelpMe Feed Foundation.' Thanks to the support of a passionate international team of researchers, designers and IBLCE certified lactation specialists, the...

London air pollution is restricting lung development | UK

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Children exposed to diesel-dominated air pollution in London are showing poor lung capacity, putting them at risk of lifelong breathing disorders, according to a study led by Queen Mary University of London, King's College...

Law reforms propose clearer access to surrogacy: South Australia

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Reforms proposed to South Australian surrogacy laws recommend an updated and improved non-commercial system of domestic surrogacy to protect the interests of all parties, especially those of the surrogate child. In a report delivered to...

Breast milk and babies’ saliva shape oral microbiome

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Newborn breastfed babies' saliva combines with breastmilk to release antibacterial compounds that help to shape the bacterial communities (microbiota) in babies' mouths, biomedical scientists have found. A study led by Dr Emma Sweeney and Adjunct...

Don’t worry if your infant doesn’t sleep through the night by 6-12 months of...

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New parents often expect their baby to start sleeping through the night by around six months of age. Indeed, they often receive messages from paediatricians and others about the importance of early sleep consolidation....

Autism early education breakthrough

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In a world first, breakthrough research from La Trobe University has shown that toddlers with autism are just as capable of learning important life skills through early-intervention delivered in mainstream pre-schools as in specialised...

Bullying and emotional and behavioural problems impact on primary students’ learning ability

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New research has found that a large percentage of Australian eight to 12-year-olds are being bullied and/or experiencing emotional difficulties – and these children are falling behind their peers in numeracy and reading in...

Alcohol advertising rules may fail to protect Australian kids

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Regulations introduced to restrict the placement of alcohol advertising are unlikely to reduce young people's exposure to alcohol marketing in Australia, new research led by Curtin University has found. The research, published in the Drug and...
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