This is the big question young people are being asked on Youth Tobacco Free Day, this Friday March 19.
Entries for Cancer Council Victoria Arts Awards 2010 will close on Wednesday 7 April and artists are being encouraged to start their creations before it’s too late.
With UV levels remaining high enough across Victoria to cause sunburn in as little as 16 minutes, SunSmart is running the skin cancer prevention and early detection campaign, Take care of your farm's most important asset - you.
Comprising an initial 26 major organisations with a focus on public health and alcohol, the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA) will focus on reducing alcohol problems in the community.
Professor David Hill, AO - an internationally respected behavioural scientist who was the founding Director of our Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer (CBRC) - has announced he will be retiring in early 2011.
The Indigenous Visual Art category, introduced 5 years ago, is always marked by the quality of its entries ranging from painting and photographs to video works, craft and sculpture.
Nanotechnology has been used in sunscreens for many years. To date, our assessment, drawing on the best available evidence, is that nanoparticulates used in sunscreens do not pose a risk.
Researchers in Finland found that 13-year-olds who'd had frequent exposure to tobacco smoke exhibited thicker artery walls, higher levels of cholesterol, and other blood vessel problems.
A collection of outstanding entries from Cancer Council Victoria’s, internationally acclaimed, Arts Awards will be on display in Melbourne from 11 July.
Mildura residents are invited to Cancer Council Victoria’s Relay For Life Team Information Night to hear more about the Relay event held in March.
Help tip the balance in the fight against cancer by taking part in Australia's Biggest Morning Tea this May.