More than 70 percent of young Australians show early signs of hearing loss, with loud music played through headphones believed to be a major cause, a survey released Tuesday showed.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Young Australians need to be better informed about the use of emergency contraception to reduce terminations and unwanted pregnancies.
A new survey of young Australians has found one in two don't know how many servings of fruit and vegetables to eat in a day, and even fewer know the serving sizes of common fruit and vegetables.
... access journal BMC Infectious Diseases, the Australian women interviewed did not like discussing ... of Melbourne, Australia aimed to find out what young Australian women thought about the introduction of chlamydia ...
Though cervical screening is relatively common in Australia, rates of screening in women under the age of forty are declining, according to a report.
Young Australians are not apathetic, but are more likely to show their political preferences through blogging or protesting rather than by voting, research has found.
... to the burden of disease it contributes," she said. "One in five Australians experience mental illness in their lifetime, but the best ... begin in childhood and become more prevalent in adolescence. Young Australians rate depression and suicide as the leading ...
Eye disorders are the most common long-term health problem for young Australians along with allergies and asthma, a study has found.
A study has found that many young Australians are relucant to vote - civics or politics classes change this, but aren't usually offered.
The number of young Australians in detention is increasing, according to a report – and the balance of sentencing is changing too.
... Gledhill says. "They are of great importance to understanding the origins of Australian marine life, the role of Australia as a refuge ... , says the exhibition offers a wonderful opportunity to acquaint young Australians with the beauty and challenges presented by Australia ...
Young Australian entrepreneur Andrew Dever has gone from being mortified to being inspired by his dad's penchant for taking him and school friends on colorful tours of their home city.
Dissatisfaction with poor job security and low pay is rife in Australian universities
An internal report says medical staff at Boundary Hospital in Grand Forks, B.C., could have done more to help Owen Rooney, a young Australian man who vanished from the hospital last year.
(Medical Xpress) -- New research has found that rates of alcohol-related aggression and antisocial behaviours are particularly high in young Australian athletes, compared to their non-sporting peers.