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A new online platform is building momentum for happy, calm kids

Momentum Digital Health Platform is a free, self-help platform for children and young people aged seven to 17.
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Acting Like Everything’s OK

A comprehensive survey has been launched by Griffith University researchers to assess the state of mental health in workers across the film and television industry. 
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Criminalisation Prevents Steroid Users from Seeking Help

New research from Griffith University’s School of Applied Psychology has investigated the effect criminalisation of Anabolic—Androgenic Steroid (AAS) use has on users’ ability to seek help.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Griffith receives boost to impact national mental health

Griffith Health receives $5.7 million from the Australian Government to help build the nation’s mental health workforce.
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Jaunts to Geneva to spruik self-care

Griffith University medical student Alexandra Wilson has received a Global Voices scholarship to attend the World Health Organisation’s World Health Assembly this May in Geneva.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Peer support helps ease the pressure after suicide attempts

A previous suicide attempt remains the strongest predictor of future death by suicide, but researchers have discovered that peer support following an attempt can have a remarkable impact on reducing risk.
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Sex, labour, and financial exchange in couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is a growing form of homelessness in many countries including Australia, however, new research suggests it is especially common within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community.
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Improving lives of Parents Under Pressure

Families with substance-misusing parents typically experience multiple adversities that can lead to detrimental child outcomes, but a Griffith University-led program has been creating positive change.
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