Psychology & Psychiatry

Study shows how climate anxiety can catalyze activism

The looming uncertainty and dangers of climate change can be paralyzing and debilitating, but a new study from the University of Oregon suggests that such gloom is not wholly harmful.

Health

Key steps for global health, climate post-COP28

Researchers from the Monash Sustainable Development Institute have published a research paper that details how the global health community can play an integral role in decision-making and action to address climate change.

Health

Why can't I sleep? It could be your sheets or doona

It's winter, so many of us will be bringing out, or buying, winter bedding. But how much of a difference does your bedding make to your thermal comfort? Can a particular textile help you sleep? Is it wool, or other natural ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Three practical ways to address climate anxiety

Climate anxiety is becoming more and more widespread. Taking direct positive action can help you cope with your eco-anxiety while helping to address the climate emergency.

Health

The heat is on for future Olympic Games, say researchers

James Cook University researchers say increasing heat is putting competitors, staff and the public at risk at big sporting events such as the Brisbane Olympic Games, and could see health systems being overwhelmed.

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