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Slip, Slop, Slap for a sun safe school holiday

With tomorrow marking the last day of term three at schools across the State, Cancer Council Queensland is urging families to head into holidays the SunSmart way. On average around 56 per cent of adults and 64 per cent of children are sunburnt on an annual basis[1], increasing the risk of skin cancer later in…

Cancer Council reveals new Ugly Xmas Rashie design for summer 2017

Australia’s much-loved answer to the Ugly Xmas Sweater is back for 2017 – with a new, true-blue cockatoo design! Cancer Council’s 2017 limited edition Ugly Xmas Rashie, designed by Scody and featuring a cockatoo, is set to be another instant hit for the beach this summer. The Ugly Xmas Rashie first launched in 2015 and…

Understanding food labels

Can you judge a food by its label? Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift tells you how. Light, low or no cholesterol, fresh, Australian-made, baked not fried, reduced-fat, no sugar?! While food labels are a valuable source of information, they can sometimes appear cluttered and confusing, discouraging consumers from deciphering the pros and cons of…

Make a date this Daffodil Day – wear a pin and show you care!

Every day in Australia, around 350 people are told they have a life-threatening cancer and sadly more than 115 people die of the disease. Cancer Council Queensland is calling on locals to make a date this Daffodil Day (August 22) to brighten the lives of Queenslanders impacted by cancer. This year, Cancer Council Queensland hopes…

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