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Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI)
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Translational health and medical research institute. Fundraising, Events, Charity. International.
Translational health and medical research institute. Fundraising, Events, Charity. International.

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Could a safe and existing vaccine protect against heart disease? Help us find out. Researchers are seeking volunteers to participate in a simple trial that could change the health of the nation. http://ow.ly/2Czi3095nrh

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Improved wellbeing, sport skills, fitness and self-esteem for young girls - just some of the reasons DADEE has been so successful.

Thanks to a partnership extension with Port Waratah Coal Services, students training to be teachers at The University of Newcastle, Australia can now elect to complete the Dadee course as part of their studies.

http://ow.ly/jdzx3095ghV

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Professor John Attia speaks to ABC News about the increase in blood thinner prescriptions.

"It suggests to me that just because they're easy to use, people who really don't need them are being put on them."

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-12/prescriptions-for-new-blood-thinning-drugs-skyrocket/8250856

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Congratulations Associate Professor Luke Wolfenden who has received $586,000 to investigate the effectiveness of mandatory physical activity programs in schools.
https://hmri.org.au/news-article/research-boost-improve-stroke-management-regional-australia

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Following the amazing support of Port Waratah Coal Services, the ground-breaking DADEE program looks set to improve father-daughter relationships for years to come.
http://www.nbnnews.com.au/2017/02/07/ground-breaking-dadee-program-expands/

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Fantastic opportunity to join the HMRI Facilities Management team.
https://hmri.org.au/careers/facility-manager

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"Having a ‘balanced diet’ means you’re getting enough of all the right nutrients - not equal amounts of pizza and broccoli." - Professor Clare Collins
https://hmri.org.au/news-article/what-balanced-diet-anyway
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