Utopia points way for health

The Australian, 4 April 2008
The remote Northern Territory community of Utopia has mortality rates that are 'strikingly low compared with other Indigenous populations in the territory', bucking the national trend. These good results, found in a study conducted by a team of researchers that included Onemda staff, are due to self-determination, a more traditional lifestyle and a proactive health service that travels to remote outstations.