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  • 02.04.2019 Successful launch for Gippy Girls Can MORE women were encouraged to get involved with physical activity over the weekend. A partnership between South Gippsland Shire Council,...women a chance to give a range of sports and exercises a try to increase participation and wellbeing. The program was made possible by a $15,000 VicHealth grant. The program will take place at several locations depending on demand. Saturday’s ses… The Star
  • 18.03.2019 This Girl Can Week will be held across Victoria THIS GIRL CAN WEEK TO ADDRESS IMPACT OF SHAMING ON WOMEN’S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS New research from health promotion foundation...). Sport England used National Lottery funding to create the This Girl Can campaign in 2015. VicHealth is the first organisation in the world to license the campaign from Sport England. VicHealth is promoting This Girl Can – Victoria in… Daily Bulletin
  • 17.03.2019 Fitness: Women say they are shamed into quitting exercise by partners, children — and other women The Daily Telegraph (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 16.03.2019 Ballarat mum Sharon Dundas rocks up to show This Girl Can | Video The Courier (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 15.03.2019 This girl, all girls, can get active next week ECHUCA women, it’s time to get hot and sweaty. Local women are being encouraged to jump on board VicHealth’s inaugural This Girl Can Week,...ECHUCA women, it’s time to get hot and sweaty. Local women are being encouraged to jump on board VicHealth’s inaugural This Girl Can Week, kicking off on Monday. Running from March 18 to 24, the week aims to help women overcome the fear of judg… Riverine Herald
  • 15.03.2019 Why eating too much salt is easy – and how to cut back | The New Daily Treating yourself to a tasty ham and cheese toasty for a quick work-day breakfast? What about that fast-food weekend treat or teaspoon of fish sauce burns through a whopping 96 per cent, according to a November 2018 report by The George Institute for Global Health, VicHealth and the Heart Foundation. The George Institute followed up that gloomy news with another rep… The New Daily
  • 14.03.2019 Kids hit their stride during walk to school Baw Baw Shire kids have shown getting to school is a walk in the park with more than 1,190 local students from 12 schools participating in...participating in VicHealth’s Walk to School program. The students were among the thousands of Victorian students who collectively walked, rode and scooted more than 1.7 million kilometres to and from school – the equivalent of over 41,000 maratho… Local Government Focus
  • 14.03.2019 Wellness and mental health apps: are they worth it? The Age (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
  • 09.03.2019 Men don’t perceive five or more drinks as risky, study finds A recent study has found that men underestimate the number of drinks that can lead to injury or disease, with some mistakenly believing and spewed it up again,” one research participant wrote. The findings have prompted VicHealth to recently announce about $500,000 new funding to address risky drinking cultures among men in the community. VicHealth’s Men’s Risky Drink… The New Daily
  • 07.03.2019 The fight for gender equality in sport is far from over Brisbane Times (Licensed by Copyright Agency)

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