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Butter has little or no link to heart disease and may actually protect people from diabetes, according to new research from The George Institute for Global Health. 

"We enable a faster and more personalised monitoring of patients with heart failure, which leads to improved patient care."

The best way to deliver end-of-life care is an issue that’s grappled with every day when caring for patients in Intensive Care Units (ICU).

Media release: 
15/06/2016

A new pill designed to reduce the devastating toll of heart disease and stroke in Australia and around the world received a $4.5 million boost today.

The George Institute for Global Health recently brought together the collaborators from the NHMRC funded Global Alliance for Chronic Disease project on ‘Cost Effectiveness of Salt Reduction Strategies in the Pacific Islands’ at a meeting in Sydney.

On May 28, the ‘Salt Substitute and Stroke Study (SSaSS) Annual Meeting 2016’ was held in Fengcheng of Liaoning province, a remote study site of SSaSS trial in northeastern China. This year, over 50 participants joined the meeting to report the progress of the study and exchange experiences. Participants included Principal Investigators from China and Australia, local Investigators, Project Coordinators, and experts from provincial study centers.

The George Institute welcomes the US Food and Drug Administration's recent announcement of their draft voluntary reduction targets for the food industry to reduce the amount of sodium and salt in American packaged foods and restaurants.

Media release: 
31/05/2016

Preliminary findings from a new research program called the   Worker Health and Efficiency (WE) Program reveal that providing Water, Rest and  Shade  (WRS) to workers in extremely hot environments like India can mitigate the ill effects of heat.

Media release: 
24/05/2016

New research from The George Institute for Global Health and the University of Sydney has found that opioid painkillers, a common treatment for low back pain, provide minimal benefit.

Media release: 
23/05/2016

People suffering from heart failure should be given the flu vaccine, according to new research from The George Institute for Global Health.

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