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|Sexually transmissible infections|
This article considers notification rates of major STIs and the estimated prevalence of genital herpes.
|Our health risks -|
how does Australia compare?
This article focuses on a number of different adult health risk factors and analyses the health risks of Australians in the international context.
|Children with a disability|
This article investigates the prevalence of disability among children, the types of disability most common and the need for assistance.
|Child's play: |
Children's participation in organised sport or dancing
This article looks at participation in organised sport or dancing for children, by selected characteristics relative to an average or typical situation.
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