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Dr Michael Mohammed Ahmad

The Lebs: challenging literary traditions and perceptions of Australianess

Dr Michael Mohammed Ahmad’s new novel The Lebs challenges literary traditions and perceptions of Australianess.


Baby in hospital

Unexpected arrival: Study describes the mothers most likely to give birth outside of hospital

Waiting for a baby to arrive can be anxious business. Once labour starts, how long do you wait before going to hospital? Should you take your time, have a bath, and prepare for a long labour – or is your baby likely to crown when you’re stuck in traffic?


Blood sample

Haphazard cholesterol checks place Australians at risk of heart disease

Nearly half of Australians on stable lipid-lowering treatment may be having fewer high-density lipoprotein (HDL-C) testing than recommended by national guidelines, while nearly one fifth are having more tests than recommended, new research reveals.


Otitis media research

The buck stops ear: Researchers hone-in on ear infection endemic

It’s the national health tragedy that’s falling on deaf ears: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children have the highest rates of ‘otitis media’ – or middle ear infection – in the world.


Western Shield

Sleep and time with pets helps people living with bipolar disorder

New research from Western Sydney University has revealed that simple self-care strategies, such as spending time with animals and getting enough sleep, are helpful for people managing bipolar disorder symptoms.


Bionic Voice

Discovery to alter the path of bionic voice research worldwide

Following an exciting development in The Bionic Voice research project – led by the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development at Western Sydney University – the global field of electronic voice research is set to change.


Crying baby

Cycle of infant reflux signals a call to help mothers

Western Sydney University research has found that first-time mothers with mental health issues – in particular, maternal anxiety – are five times as likely to have their baby noted as having reflux when admitted to hospital.


Breast cancer screening

Migrant populations not abreast with breast cancer screening message

Despite increased awareness of the prevalence of breast cancer and importance of early detection, a Western Sydney University study found that Australian immigrant women are still not getting the message.



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