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Vitamin D deficiency: are you at risk?

Wednesday 16 May 2012
SunSmart is warning that certain parts of the population may be at risk of low or deficient vitamin D levels during Victoria's autumn and winter months. Read more

Mac off - get junk food out of junior sports

Monday 14 May 2012
71% of Australians want to see fast food given the boot from children's sports. Read more

Victoria leads the way in cervical cancer prevention

Monday 14 May 2012
A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has revealed Victoria has the highest two-yearly participation rate in cervical screening and the lowest incidence and mortality rates of cervical cancer in the country. Read more

Australian Government's $50m investment in bowel screening will save thousands of lives

Monday 7 May 2012
Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed the Federal Government's decision to expand the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, saying the $49.7 million investment will save the lives of thousands of Victorians. Read more

Mums urged to lower their cancer risk on Mother's Day

Thursday 3 May 2012
Cancer Council Victoria is calling on mums of all ages to spend some time thinking about their health next Sunday (May 13) and make a plan to get up-to-date with screening. Read more

Leading health groups call for Federal Budget to equalise alcohol taxation

Tuesday 24 April 2012
The Alcohol Policy Coalition is calling for a volumetric tax, abolition of Wine Equalisation Tax and the introduction of floor prices. Read more

Relief to health system in the pipeline with licensing freeze

Thursday 29 March 2012
The Alcohol Policy Coalition today welcomed the Victorian Planning Minister's extension of a cap on late night liquor licenses to areas beyond the CBD. Nearly 750 Melbourne venues serve alcohol past 1am, with 140 able to trade for 24hours, meaning there is no need to add more late night licenses. Read more

Cancer Council wants local communities to 'get behind it'

Monday 26 March 2012
Cancer Council Victoria is asking local communities to send a letter to their local Federal MP as part of the Get Behind Bowel Screening campaign to help save lives from Australia‟s second biggest cancer killer. Read more

Jim Stynes

Tuesday 20 March 2012
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Jim Stynes from cancer. Mr Stynes was a truly extraordinary individual who dedicated his life to improving the lives of others, from the people involved with the Melbourne Football Club, to the young people he inspired at Reach, and of course the lives of his family and friends. Read more
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