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We're working to prevent illnesses, develop a better understanding of diseases, and improve treatment and recovery in a range of medical conditions to help people live healthier lives.
The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet online is a 12-week program that allows you to better personalise one of Australia's most popular diets to suit your tastes and lifestyle.
We’ve developed and trialled an online cardiac rehabilitation program that can improve program completion rates and patient health outcomes.
Our scientists are studying disease-carrying mosquitoes and other insects to understand what viruses they carry, how they develop immunity to the diseases they carry and how they transmit disease throughout the environment.
Our diet and lifestyle programs cater to a range of needs including general weight loss, heart health, children's wellbeing and type 2 diabetes.
From improving access to healthcare to improving processed food, we use technology to help people lead healthier lives.
The risk of foodborne illness can be greatly reduced by the correct handling, storing and cooking of food.
From improving the foods we eat, to finding out just what's in them, we're bringing great news to the table.
From contact lenses and sunscreen to pain relief whistles, we're applying lessons from nature and rigorous testing in our labs to improve a range of health products.
By better understanding how infectious diseases work, we've contributed to protecting our people, and way of life, through the development of better treatments and stronger eradication methods.
At the nutrition and health clinic, CSIRO researchers and clinic staff work together to run a variety of human nutrition studies that lead to health impacts for the Australian community.
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Last updated: Last updated: 27 April 2015
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