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  • 2:42

    Professor Helen Christensen AO (Director and Chief Scientist, Black Dog Institute) explains how the Medical Research Future Fund enables a national response to mental health issues.

  • The Australian Dietary Guidelines

    The Australian Dietary Guidelines provide evidence based recommendations on the types and amounts of foods Australians should eat to meet nutritional requirements.

  • Healthy ageing: developmental research report

    We commissioned a market research study into healthy ageing, identifying how we can help encourage Australians to make the most of their later years.

  • Inquiry into beef imports into Australia

    Australian Government response to Senate Standing Committee on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References: Report on the inquiry into beef imports into Australia

  • The importance of drinking water

    This Get Up & Grow brochure provides advice on how much water children of different ages need, and tips on getting children to drink water.

  • Cooking for children book

    This Get Up & Grow booklet provides information and advice on early childhood nutrition, menu planning and food safety. It contains delicious and nutritious recipes for settings and families.

  • First foods: food provided by the early childhood setting

    This Get Up & Grow brochure provides advice on introducing solid food to children from the age of 6 months, what foods to introduce and talking to your child's carer about the stage your child is.

  • Keeping children on the move

    This Get Up & Grow brochure provides some tips on how to increase physical activity in children and reduce the amount of time they spend being inactive.

  • Breastfeeding and returning to work

    This Get Up & Grow brochure provides tips on continuing to breastfeed after returning to work.

  • Decisions about down time: a balancing act

    This Get Up & Grow brochure provides some tips on how to reduce the amount of time children spend on inactive, unnecessary tasks during early childhood.

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