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eating fish has been linked to an increase in melanoma risk – but that doesn’t mean we should take it off the menu

Eating fish has been linked to an increase in melanoma risk – but that...

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Image: Shutterstock You wouldn’t expect fish and melanoma to be in the same headline – but they were last week. Researchers in the United States reported a higher risk of developing melanoma, a common type...
australian frogs are dying en masse again, and we need your help to find out why

Australian frogs are dying en masse again, and we need your help to find...

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Image: A dead Peron’s tree frog (Litoria peronii) Ken Griffiths, Author provided Last winter, thousands of dead and dying frogs were found across Australia. Instead of hunkering down and out of sight, frogs were spotted during the...
pablo picasso was not a lone genius creator – he was at the centre of several creative hubs, and changed the course of western art

Pablo Picasso was not a lone genius creator – he was at the centre...

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Pablo Picasso, Spanish 1881–1973. Figures by the sea (Figures au bord de la mer) 12 January 193, oil on canvas 130.0 x 195.0 cm. Musée national Picasso-Paris Donated in lieu of tax, 1979. © Succession...
virtual child sexual abuse material depicts fictitious children – but can be used to disguise real abuse

Virtual child sexual abuse material depicts fictitious children – but can be used to...

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Child sexual abuse material (previously known as child pornography) can be a confronting and uncomfortable topic. Child sexual abuse material specifically refers to the possession, viewing, sharing, and creation of images or videos containing sexual...
sunday essay: scary tales for scary times

Sunday essay: scary tales for scary times

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Image: Edilson Borges/Unsplash Progress, the German philosopher Walter Benjamin once wrote, is a storm. The winds that propel us forward also uproot and tear apart what we leave behind. The modern world is a world of progress...
first nations people shouldn’t have to wait for a referendum to get a voice to parliament

First Nations people shouldn’t have to wait for a referendum to get a Voice...

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Mick Tsikas/AAP Image The new Labor government has promised to make a significant change in the life of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, with a full commitment to the Uluru Statement from the Heart. But rather...
fennel looking a bit feeble? growing enough veggies to feed yourself depends on these 3 things

Fennel looking a bit feeble? Growing enough veggies to feed yourself depends on these...

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Image: Shutterstock Farming inside city boundaries is on the rise as countries become more urbanised and people seek to connect with the source of their food and improve their sustainability. But despite the productivity potential of home food...
grattan on saturday: if the albanese government did what really needs to be done, it would be a very big target

Grattan on Saturday: If the Albanese government did what really needs to be done,...

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Image: Mick Tsikas/AAP Usually the speeches of treasury secretaries are relatively bland, echoes of their political masters. But an address this week from Steven Kennedy was something quite different. One economist described it as “unplugged”. It...
‘food sequencing’ really can help your glucose levels. here’s what science says about eating salad before carbs

‘Food sequencing’ really can help your glucose levels. Here’s what science says about eating...

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Image: Shutterstock Biochemist and author of the Glucose Revolution Jessie Inchauspé says tweaking your diet can change your life. Among her recommendations in the mainstream media and on Instagram, the founder of the “Glucose Goddess movement” says eating your food in...
yes, women might ‘feel the cold’ more than men. here’s why

Yes, women might ‘feel the cold’ more than men. Here’s why

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Image: Shutterstock We all have different preferences for when it’s the right time to bring out the winter blankets. And the thermostat’s setting often forms the basis of office arguments between women and men regarding the “correct”...