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New research shows how important global health systems are in responding to and preventing violence against women.

University of Melbourne researchers in youth suicide prevention, cancer research, and disease prevention have received prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Grants.

Improving patient care for obese pregnant women giving birth by caesarian and hospital resources for them, is the focus of a new University of Melbourne-led study.

Tolerance for female genital cutting (FGC) has decreased significantly among members of Melbourne East-African communities for whom the practice was culturally traditional, a new study from the University of Melbourne has found.

A new University of Melbourne study has found that women who take iron supplements, experience a marked improvement in their exercise performance.

New research indicates just one extra year of schooling can make you a healthier person for life.

Associate Professor Tilman Ruff of the Nossal Institute for Global Health discusses the current Fukushima situation.

Improving the welfare and parenting, particularly fathering, of children in homes where there is domestic violence is the focus of a new project led by the University of Melbourne. 

Stuttering may be more common than previously thought, but preschool stutterers fair better than first thought, a study by The University of Melbourne, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and The University of Sydney has found. 

In a world first, new Australian medical research has given pregnant women with epilepsy new hope of reducing their chance of having a baby with physical birth defects.

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