22.07.2014 Sports Business Insider
VicHealth is dedicated to getting more Victorians engaged in physical activity.
21.07.2014 The Canberra Times
Alister Thorpe grew up in a family with a strong commitment to community and culture.
17.07.2014 Yahoo!7 News
Health industry workers and academics are working on a national approach to the growing phenomenon of e-cigarettes, with some concerned they are not as harmless as widely believed.
17.07.2014 ABC News
A meeting organized by Vichealth has be warned about the unregulated e-cigarette industry overseas which is pitched at young people as well as the possible long term side effects of vaping, as it's called.
07.07.2014 The Age - Blogs
The heavier you are in middle age the more likely you are to have difficulty taking care of yourself in older age, a major analysis shows, with problems bathing and dressing increasing as people become more overweight.
WE ALL know we should be eating healthy, exercising more, and drinking less.
ONE in five pupils at Victorian primary and secondary schools is a target of daily racism, new research suggests.
28.06.2014 ABC [PM]
MARK COLVIN: A new food labelling system is finally ready to go after state and territory ministers gave it the green light.
26.06.2014 Surf Coast Independent - Star Community
Leading Aboriginal artists will perform at Drysdale on Sunday.
25.06.2014 The Standard
WARRNAMBOOL Springers have become the first organisation in south-west Victoria to complete a landmark VicHealth club development initiative.
16.06.2014 Crikey Blogs
An opinion piece titled ‘How racist are you?
VECCI is encouraging Victorian business to focus on employee health and wellbeing this winter.
13.06.2014 The Conversation
Racism against Aboriginal Australians in a health care setting is more harmful than in any other setting, according to a new study.
HIGH school students will be taught about respect in an effort to make society less violent.
11.06.2014 The Melbourne Newsroom
Experiencing racism in health settings may have a stronger negative influence on the mental health of Aboriginal Australians than experiencing racism anywhere else, a survey led by the University of Melbourne has found.