From moving beyond the Body Mass Index to quality mental health apps, browse our research and news from the CPC.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark launches the world-first Planetary Health Platform at the University of Sydney.
As the government extends its income management program, new research indicates the original rollout in the Northern Territory did not improve school attendance and birth outcomes, and had negative short-term effects.
Australian creative writers of renown are invited to apply for a generous University of Sydney fellowship which provides a grant of $100,000 and other benefits to begin work on a project exploring issues around health.
Pregnant women and women planning a pregnancy are invited to take part in the BABY1000 study, exploring how our first 1000 days might influence our risk of developing obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease in later life.
A multidisciplinary wide-ranging study has found a close relationship exists between parents' diets and the immunity of offspring, with implications for wildlife conservation and agriculture as well as human health.
New research on sugar-sweetened beverages reveals one in seven adolescents is drinking more than two cups a day, and is two to three times more likely to have oral health problems than those who don't drink the beverages.
Identification of three molecules that can be used to accurately assess pre-diabetes - a key predictor of conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure - has brought precision medicine for humans a step closer.
In the lead-up to World Diabetes Day 2017, newly appointed Associate Professor Samantha Hocking is determined to challenge the one-size-fits-all approach to treatment.
University of Sydney researchers offer their expert advice on managing and preventing diabetes, leading up to World Diabetes Day 2017.
A $5 million gift will help Professor Natasha Nassar uncover clues that could give babies a better start in life.