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A new paper published today by the Oxford Martin School and The George Institute for Global Health will call for global and national women’s health strategies to focus on non-communicable diseases, which kill more than 18 million women a year worldwide.

Today, The George Institute for Global Health, in concert with the Oxford Martin School, released a new paper calling on global policymakers to redefine and broaden the women’s health agenda, writes Professor Robyn Norton.

The spread of the zika virus in certain countries of the world has caused enormous concern and has led to an avoidable scare in the national and international media. 

Researchers from The George Institute for Global Health, China, have received major new appointments in international professional organizations as acknowledgement for their contributions to combating the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) globally. 

"We urgently need to move away from archaic models of care and work out what an optimal, 21st century healthcare system looks like."

Three researchers from The George Institute for Global Health have been named among the world’s most influential scientific minds in a new report by Thomson Reuters.

Principal Director of The George Institute for Global Health, Professor Stephen MacMahon, has spoken to Australia’s ABC 7.30 on what opportunities exist for Australia as China opens up its health care sector to foreign investment.

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Exercise, alone or in combination with education, is effective for preventing lower back pain. That is the central finding in a new study published today in JAMA Internal Medicine

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Participation in yoga programs can improve balance, provide a safe and enjoyable form of exercise and may reduce the risk of falls for older Australians, researchers say.

On Christmas Eve of 2015, volunteers from The George Institute China joined with the Chunmiao Foundation to visit children in hospital and their parents.