CHLS Research Seminar: No Sweat: Leveraging Science to Cultivate Lasting Exercise Motivation and Behaviour Change

Abstract Despite over 30 years of marketing and promoting exercise to the general population the majority are still not regularly physically active. Have you ever wondered why it is that most people choose not to move given the multitude of… Continue Reading

Current Issues and Recent Developments in the Fight against Tobacco

Mark Greenwold from Yale Lae School and Georgetown, lectures at La Trobe Law School.

By Mark Greenwold Tobacco-related disease is the largest preventable cause of death in the world. In the twentieth century tobacco killed 100 million people worldwide. Currently, more than 6 million people worldwide die of tobacco-related disease every year and the… Continue Reading

Same-Sex Marriage Highlights Difference in Australian and United State Constitutional Arrangements

By¬†Craig Over On June 6 the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in Obergefell v Hodges by a majority of 5:4 that a denial of marriage recognition of gays and lesbians was a denial of a fundamental… Continue Reading