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New research explores stress of unaffordable and insecure housing on older renters

With the number of older Australians who rent projected to increase over the next decade, a new report calls for urgent action to address rental affordability and security on a national scale.

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Opinion: ‘Uprooting, no matter how small a plant you are, is a trauma’: older women renters are struggling

Older women renters are struggling in an insecure and unaffordable rental housing market. A combination of high rents and low incomes leaves many living in substandard housing.

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Opinion: Don’t know what day it is or who said what at the last meeting? Blame the coronavirus

We are all living through a major historical event, a once-in-a-century pandemic that has radically changed how we work, learn, travel, socialise and spend our free time.

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Expert: U.S guidelines confirm Australian parents may be introducing unhealthy foods too early

New infant feeding guidelines released by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee in the United States provide further evidence that Australian parents may be introducing foods to their children too early.

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Expert: COVID-19 has prompted a return to breastfeeding

An expert in infant feeding during emergencies has highlighted the impact of COVID-19 on new mums, who are placing increasing importance on breastfeeding during the pandemic.

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Western researchers contribute to UNESCO review of social and emotional learning

On world Nelson Mandela Day, UNESCO MGIEP, with contributions from Western Sydney University researchers, presents an extensive, peer-reviewed guide on Social and Emotional Learning.

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