News Centre archive
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Study finds people power can lower blood pressure
The world’s largest study of diabetes peer support has shown it can significantly lower blood pressure in patients with Type 2 diabetes and potentially reduce their risk of serious complications.
UWS breaks new ground with state-of-the-art science facility for Parramatta
The University of Western Sydney has marked the start of construction on the new state-of-the-art science facility at the UWS Parramatta campus.
You don't have to be barking mad to think trees are like us
It looks to us like trees have no eyes, ears, heart, voice, nerves, lungs, intestines, blood or brain. But that's not entirely true. Trees are more like us than we might think... just not in ways you may expect.
Media changes reduce opinion in age of choice: expert
In the face of increased competition from new media companies, there may be changes to current ownership restrictions to allow mergers between established television broadcasters, radio stations and newspapers.
Importance of dental health in pregnancy highlighted
Assistant Minister for Health Jai Rowell recently launched a new video resource aimed at providing women with practical advice on maintaining good dental health during pregnancy.
New UWS degree preparing tomorrow's police leaders
An innovative program at the University of Western Sydney is helping the next generation of police leaders to lay the foundation for a future career serving the community.