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Media release: 
02/02/2017

The George Institute’s FoodSwitch program has been selected to participate in LAUNCH Food – a global challenge to improve health outcomes by enabling people to make healthy food choices.

Media release: 
02/02/2017

Commonly used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs used to treat back pain provide little benefit, but cause side effects, according to new research from The George Institute for Global Health.

Media release: 
30/01/2017

Today marks the official release of the report, ‘Low Vision, quality of life and independence: A review of the evidence on aids and technologies’ by Macular Disease Foundation Australia produced in collaboration with The George Institute for Global Health.

Media release: 
30/01/2017

Statement from Professor Vlado Perkovic, Executive Director, The George Institute Australia:
 

Media release: 
27/01/2017

The George Institute for Global Health and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) today announced their intention to form a strategic collaboration to bolster high-impact medical research and transform lives around the world, a priority of both organisations.

Media release: 
25/01/2017

Babies with flat head syndrome may be at heightened risk of developmental delays, a new study has found.

Media release: 
19/01/2017

Women from low socioeconomic backgrounds are 25 per cent more likely to suffer a heart attack than disadvantaged men, a major new study has found.

Media release: 
11/01/2017

New research from The George Institute for Global Health has revealed the weather plays no part in the symptoms associated with either back pain or osteoarthritis.

Media release: 
09/12/2016

It’s the time of year when everyone indulges. But new research from The George Institute for Global Health has revealed huge variations in the sugar, fat, salt and energy content of your favourite Christmas hamper items.

Media release: 
07/12/2016

Food manufacturers are displaying large variations in the serving sizei listed on packaged foods and beverages in Australian supermarkets leaving consumers confused, according to new researchii by The George Institute for Global Health and the National Heart Foundation of Australia.

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