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Australia has the unfortunate title of being the food allergy capital of the world. Recent research, led by Professor Katie Allen, found that one in 10 infants suffers from a food allergy, which is the highest prevalence of food allergy ever reported in the world.
Student News
The Healthy Mothers Healthy Families Research Group is offering an outstanding opportunity for a PhD student to evaluate an innovative project Healthy Happy Beginnings (HHB) providing community-based group pregnancy care and information for Karen women from Burma.
Research News
In a first for Australia, the recently launched Healthy Happy Beginnings program provides an opportunity for refugee women in Melbourne’s West to access health care and support during pregnancy.
Research News
The Centre of Research Excellence in Child Language has developed two new Research Snapshots which focus on the impacts of stuttering as a preschooler: The impacts of stuttering Stuttering and anxiety The Snapshots summarise the findings of one of the CRE’s large, long-term studies and the implications of these findings for policy, practice and research.