Almost one in five 18-23 year old women has experienced bullying, resulting in serious physical and mental health issues
Suicidal behaviour among NSW construction industry workers costs the State economy more than $520 million every year, according to a new report by Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) Health Research Economist Professor Christopher Doran.
Young Australian women are fatter, fitter and more fraught today than they were in the mid-’90s, according to the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health researchers.
Postcards from the EDge, a Newcastle-based research trial in which “postcards” are mailed to patients who have been hospitalised for self-poisoning, halved the rate of general hospital readmissions and reduced psychiatric hospital admissions by a third, over a five-year period.
More than 17,000 young women bucked the stereotypical ‘Generation Me’ tag last year to complete a wide-ranging medical survey that will help shape the future of Australia’s health care services.