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Objective: This study examines smoking prevalence and quitting behaviours among Australians with and without mental illness.
Objective: Oral cancer is widespread in South Asia, particularly India. In Australia, Indians are one of the fastest‐growing communities. This study aimed to explore the oral cancer‐related knowledge, attitudes and practices of Indian immigrants in Australia.
Objective: To describe the placental characteristics and neonatal outcomes of Central Australian Aboriginal women based on maternal self‐report of tobacco use.
Objective: To identify the optimal AUSDRISK threshold score to screen for pre‐diabetes and diabetes.
Objective: To examine public submissions to a parliamentary inquiry on personal choice and community safety, exploring framing used to support or oppose current public health regulatory approaches.
Objectives: The Pasifika Prediabetes Youth Empowerment Programme (PPYEP) was a community‐based research project that aimed to investigate empowerment and co‐design modules to build the capacity of Pasifika youth to develop community interventions for preventing prediabetes.
Objective: This study aimed to understand how cancer survivors in rural Queensland seek and receive information, as well as their preferences regarding the content and delivery of health‐related information.
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