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New health and wellbeing policy for WA women and girls
An island for negative emotions
Researchers discover science behind giving up
Love hormone oxytocin could be a game changer for BDD patients
Genes contribute to anorexia: new study
A giant step in study of genetic architecture of anorexia nervosa
Australian researchers help identify first genes linked to anorexia nervosa
Making suicide prevention a national priority
Training boosts body confidence in kids
Healthy Habits For Young People In Residential Care
State Budget pushes gender equality forward
Risk factors for adolescent binge eating vary by family socioeconomic status
VU receives funding for eating disorder program
Social robots set for role in mental health treatment
Being Refreshed Is Not Same As Being Hydrated
New eating disorder support for Tasmanians
Hodgman Liberal Government continues strong investment in students mental health
Better Support For Victorians With Eating Disorders
New approach to ‘thinking errors’
New Mental Health Services for Young People and to Treat Eating Disorders
New home for eating disorder services at Repat
Scientists identify new genes responsible for four serious mental illnesses
Labor Fails to Deliver Comprehensive Mental Health Plan
Taking next step on eating disorders
Prime Minister’s Address in Brisbane
$4.8 billion investment in mental health
Boosting Health Services in Tasmania
$52.2 million to improve women’s health
Mental Health Commission appointments strengthen suicide prevention plan
Psychologists welcome much needed mental health focus in Federal Budget
Open Your Mouth – Education on eating disorders for dentists
$70 million for residential eating disorders treatment centres across Australia
Early intervention for eating disorders in young people
Online support crucial for those living with mental illness