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Posted 1 February 2016 in General
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New recommendations published (31/1/16) by national peak health bodies aim to provide clearer and simpler advice to Australians to better balance their sun protection and vitamin D requirements.
Kids play shade
Term 1 is a Peak UV Period- make your child's sunscreen application effective.
Cancer Council reminds Canberrans to think twice about how they spend their time outdoors in the lead up to Australia day.
Grants will be offered over one to three years with total funding available up to $800,000.
Posted 10 December 2015 in General
Tips for coping with cancer at Christmas.
ANU researchers are seeking volunteers for this important study.
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New Cancer Council research findings show half of weekend sunburns occur while Australians are going about day-to-day activities, with the home replacing the iconic summer beach scene as a sunburn hotspot
New Cancer Council research released today (29/10) shows that some Australian workplaces are still neglecting their duty of care and failing to protect their employees from harmful UV.
A New World Health Organisation study linking processed and red meats to cancer highlights the benefits of eating more fruit, vegetables and whole grains.
This free program will be held on Saturday 21 November 2015. Registrations are now open.