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BBC News
Fearsome Australian 'lion' could climb trees, study saysto climbing, while others argued they would have been too heavy to clamber up t
Fearsome Australian 'lion' could climb trees, study says
BBC News / Posted 2 days ago
to climbing, while others argued they would have been too heavy to clamber up to high places. Now palaeontologists at Flinders University say they have found the answer in a cave in Western Australia where marsupial lions left thousands of... Read more
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Mashable
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientistschange researcher, Griffith UNiversity; Professor Colin Groves, Anthropologist,
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientists
Mashable / Posted 3 days ago
change researcher, Griffith UNiversity; Professor Colin Groves, Anthropologist, ANU; Dr Huade Guan, Hydro-meteorologist, Flinders University; Professor Neil Gunningham, Global governance researcher, ANU; Dr Asish Hagar, Medical scientist, UNSW... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Shark-deterrent board wax could 'take surfers off the menu'to Neptune Island — a seal breeding area where great white sharks up to five me
Shark-deterrent board wax could 'take surfers off the menu'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
to Neptune Island — a seal breeding area where great white sharks up to five metres in length are common — accompanied by Flinders University aquatic researcher Professor Charlie Huveneers and shark dive operator and researcher Andrew Fox. "One... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tonsley site estimates 'ambitious' as revenue returns slashedHolden site," he said. The Government has faced criticism over a slow up-take
Tonsley site estimates 'ambitious' as revenue returns slashed
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Holden site," he said. The Government has faced criticism over a slow up-take of tenancies at Tonsley, but has attracted Flinders University, TAFE SA and global engineering firm Siemens to the site. Premier Jay Weatherill said interest was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 197
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 1971 to study drama at Adelaide's Flinders University. She attributes her earthiness to the influence of her mum and dad, who hailed from Liverpool in the UK.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 197
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 1971 to study drama at Adelaide's Flinders University. She attributes her earthiness to the influence of her mum and dad, who hailed from Liverpool in the UK.... Read more
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The Age
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 197
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 1971 to study drama at Adelaide's Flinders University. She attributes her earthiness to the influence of her mum and dad, who hailed from Liverpool in the UK.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 197
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 1971 to study drama at Adelaide's Flinders University. She attributes her earthiness to the influence of her mum and dad, who hailed from Liverpool in the UK.... Read more
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WA Today
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 197
Noni Hazlehurst on Australian TV: 'We don't see anything that's real very often'
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
was born in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1953, but left Melbourne in 1971 to study drama at Adelaide's Flinders University. She attributes her earthiness to the influence of her mum and dad, who hailed from Liverpool in the UK.... Read more
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SKY News
Birds Sing Special Song To Babies Through Shellthis appears to be the fact that it's easier for smaller birds to cool themselv
Birds Sing Special Song To Babies Through Shell
SKY News / Posted 8 days ago
this appears to be the fact that it's easier for smaller birds to cool themselves in the hot weather. Sonia Kleindorfer at Flinders University in Adelaide told the New Scientist magazine: "This is a remarkable study. "Zebra finches are literally... Read more
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PhysOrg
New technique matches gunshot residue with specific ammunition brandsProfessor Paul Kirkbride with his PhD students, Nick Lucas and Kelsey Seyfang,
New technique matches gunshot residue with specific ammunition brands
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Professor Paul Kirkbride with his PhD students, Nick Lucas and Kelsey Seyfang, in their lab at Flinders. Credit: Flinders University In a global game changer for gun crime, Flinders University forensic scientists have for the first time matched... Read more
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News.com.au
Bullets determined using gunshot residueidentify the brand of bullet that was shot for the first time, a South Australi
Bullets determined using gunshot residue
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
identify the brand of bullet that was shot for the first time, a South Australian university says. Forensic scientists at Flinders University have found a way to source gunshot residue, on a shooter or victim, and analyse it down to an isotopic... Read more
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Market Watch
Is an Alzheimer’s vaccine on the horizon?it exists, to head off the disease, Agadjanyan said.Clinical trials not yet set
Is an Alzheimer’s vaccine on the horizon?
Market Watch / Posted 10 days ago
it exists, to head off the disease, Agadjanyan said.Clinical trials not yet set Fellow researcher Nikolai Petrovsky of Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, told ABC News that the team’s vaccine could be tested on humans within the next... Read more
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The Age
Controversy needles Melb vax conference as Nobel winner pulls outand is the editor-in-chief of an OMICS publication, the Journal of Vaccines & V
Controversy needles Melb vax conference as Nobel winner pulls out
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
and is the editor-in-chief of an OMICS publication, the Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination. He is a professor of medicine at Flinders University. He said he had no financial link to the company and acknowledged the criticism surrounding the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Calls for school bathrooms to be more supportive of gender diversityinclusive ­culture' Gender-neutral bathrooms will create 'inclusive school cul
Calls for school bathrooms to be more supportive of gender diversity
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
inclusive ­culture' Gender-neutral bathrooms will create 'inclusive school cultures' The calls come from academics at Flinders University in South Australia They also encourage young children to learn about gender transitioning It follows... Read more
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FOX News
Video monitors show most parents put babies to sleep the wrong wayresults are surprising because most of the parents were college graduates, said
Video monitors show most parents put babies to sleep the wrong way
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
results are surprising because most of the parents were college graduates, said Michael Gradisar, a researcher at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, who wasn't involved in the study. These parents should be well aware of public... Read more
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PhysOrg
Egg unboiling machine used to speed up molecule developmentVortex Fluidic Device creator Prof Colin Raston (right) and lead researcher Jos
Egg unboiling machine used to speed up molecule development
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
Vortex Fluidic Device creator Prof Colin Raston (right) and lead researcher Joshua Britton. Credit: Flinders University The machine that unboiled an egg is now being used to develop molecules up to 15 times faster than conventional... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Video monitors show most parents put babies to sleep the wrong wayresults are surprising because most of the parents were college graduates, said
Video monitors show most parents put babies to sleep the wrong way
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
results are surprising because most of the parents were college graduates, said Michael Gradisar, a researcher at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, who wasn’t involved in the study. These parents should be well aware of public... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Promising research on replacing chemicals with bacteria in miningBacteria could replace toxic chemicals in base metals mining process Photo: As
Promising research on replacing chemicals with bacteria in mining
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Bacteria could replace toxic chemicals in base metals mining process Photo: Associate Pr Sarah Harmer, Flinders University Adelaide, one of the researchers looking at using environmentally friendly microbes to extract valuable minerals from ore.... Read more
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Daily Examiner
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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Northern Star
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
Northern Star / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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Queensland Times
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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News Mail
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drivemessage on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason
No matter how you text, it's still safer to talk and drive
News Mail / Posted 12 days ago
message on the lens as you wore them, you might not be that much safer. Jason McCarley, a researcher at South Australia's Flinders University, conducted a study where drivers were placed in a simulator. They received and sent text messages using... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Push to teach kids young as five about transgenderto concepts such as cross-dressing and gender reassignment surgery as part of a
Push to teach kids young as five about transgender
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
to concepts such as cross-dressing and gender reassignment surgery as part of a program that aims to promote acceptance, a Flinders University research team reportedly says. This follows a study into the idea in which students from reception... Read more
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Times of Malta
Maltese elderly Down Undernot only a huge success but a reminder of how popular is the ninth President of
Maltese elderly Down Under
Times of Malta / Posted 13 days ago
not only a huge success but a reminder of how popular is the ninth President of the Republic. Having being invited by the Flinders University of South Australia to deliver a keynote speech at the International Student Well-being and Prevention of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
If you don’t snooze, you loseour sleep tends to get lighter and we’ll inevitably experience more awakenings
If you don’t snooze, you lose
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
our sleep tends to get lighter and we’ll inevitably experience more awakenings across the night,’’ professor Leon Lack of Flinders University says. “Insomnia can develop as a person will start worrying about the wakenings. The worry can... Read more
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Perth Now
If you don’t snooze, you loseour sleep tends to get lighter and we’ll inevitably experience more awakenings
If you don’t snooze, you lose
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
our sleep tends to get lighter and we’ll inevitably experience more awakenings across the night,’’ professor Leon Lack of Flinders University says. “Insomnia can develop as a person will start worrying about the wakenings. The worry can... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
If you don’t snooze, you loseour sleep tends to get lighter and we’ll inevitably experience more awakenings
If you don’t snooze, you lose
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
our sleep tends to get lighter and we’ll inevitably experience more awakenings across the night,’’ professor Leon Lack of Flinders University says. “Insomnia can develop as a person will start worrying about the wakenings. The worry can... Read more
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The Border Mail
End the short-term headline-grabbing view of crime: Ombudsmanwho last week described the current policy approach to justice as lazy and shor
End the short-term headline-grabbing view of crime: Ombudsman
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
who last week described the current policy approach to justice as lazy and short-sighted. In a strongly worded speech at Flinders University, Mr Hulls – who spent 11 years as Victoria's chief law maker and also served as Mr Andrews' deputy before... Read more
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The Courier
End the short-term headline-grabbing view of crime: Ombudsmanwho last week described the current policy approach to justice as lazy and shor
End the short-term headline-grabbing view of crime: Ombudsman
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
who last week described the current policy approach to justice as lazy and short-sighted. In a strongly worded speech at Flinders University, Mr Hulls – who spent 11 years as Victoria's chief law maker and also served as Mr Andrews' deputy before... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Scientific sleuth solving oldest ‘murder mystery’Teaching — Charlene McGrath, Aberfoyle Hub R-7 School Early Career STEM Educat
Scientific sleuth solving oldest ‘murder mystery’
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
Teaching — Charlene McGrath, Aberfoyle Hub R-7 School Early Career STEM Educator of the Year — Tertiary Teaching — Dr Lyndsey Collins-Praino, School of Medicine, University of Adelaide Tall Poppy of the Year — Dr Justin Chalker, Flinders Univer... Read more
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The Age
End the short-term headline-grabbing view of crime: Ombudsmanwho last week described the current policy approach to justice as lazy and shor
End the short-term headline-grabbing view of crime: Ombudsman
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
who last week described the current policy approach to justice as lazy and short-sighted. In a strongly worded speech at Flinders University, Mr Hulls – who spent 11 years as Victoria's chief law maker and also served as Mr Andrews' deputy before... Read more
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University of Queensland
Help scientists find Nemo in Queensland with new appin the wild via a new mobile phone app. This monitoring will help marine biolo
Help scientists find Nemo in Queensland with new app
University of Queensland / Posted 16 days ago
in the wild via a new mobile phone app. This monitoring will help marine biologists from The University of Queensland and Flinders University to expand their conservation efforts. UQ School of Biological Sciences PhD candidate and Saving Nemo... Read more
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University of Queensland
Help scientists find Nemo in QLD with new appin the wild via a new mobile phone app. This monitoring will help marine biolo
Help scientists find Nemo in QLD with new app
University of Queensland / Posted 16 days ago
in the wild via a new mobile phone app. This monitoring will help marine biologists from The University of Queensland and Flinders University to expand their conservation efforts. UQ School of Biological Sciences PhD candidate and Saving Nemo... Read more
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University of Queensland
Help scientists find Nemo for National Science Weekin the wild via a new mobile phone app. This monitoring will help marine biolo
Help scientists find Nemo for National Science Week
University of Queensland / Posted 16 days ago
in the wild via a new mobile phone app. This monitoring will help marine biologists from The University of Queensland and Flinders University to expand their conservation efforts. UQ School of Biological Sciences PhD candidate and Saving Nemo... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Inside a purpose-built dementia unitby 2050. That breakthrough may be a promising new vaccine developed in conjunc
Inside a purpose-built dementia unit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
by 2050. That breakthrough may be a promising new vaccine developed in conjunction with researchers at South Australia's Flinders University that could prevent or reverse the early stages of dementia. In the meantime dementia care providers and... Read more
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News.com.au
Science flashes its leading lightsSouth Australian science will stun shoppers in a series of illuminating public
Science flashes its leading lights
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
South Australian science will stun shoppers in a series of illuminating public performances during National Science Week. Flinders University is raising the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in collaboration with... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Science flashes its leading lightsSouth Australian science will stun shoppers in a series of illuminating public
Science flashes its leading lights
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
South Australian science will stun shoppers in a series of illuminating public performances during National Science Week. Flinders University is raising the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in collaboration with... Read more
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Herald Sun
Science flashes its leading lightsSouth Australian science will stun shoppers in a series of illuminating public
Science flashes its leading lights
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
South Australian science will stun shoppers in a series of illuminating public performances during National Science Week. Flinders University is raising the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in collaboration with... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Calls grow for census boycott over privacypeople already handed over more information when they logged into Facebook or s
Calls grow for census boycott over privacy
Sky News Australia / Posted 19 days ago
people already handed over more information when they logged into Facebook or signed up to a supermarket loyalty card. Flinders University corruption expert Adam Graycar said politicians such as Senator Xenophon were wrong to 'encourage... Read more
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Weekly Times
Census boycott grows over privacy fearspeople already handed over more information when they logged into Facebook or s
Census boycott grows over privacy fears
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
people already handed over more information when they logged into Facebook or signed up to a supermarket loyalty card. Flinders University corruption expert Adam Graycar said politicians such as Senator Xenophon were wrong to "encourage... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tiny tweaks that can transform your lifeof ‘being good’. Increasingly, there is scientific evidence to back this up.
Tiny tweaks that can transform your life
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
of ‘being good’. Increasingly, there is scientific evidence to back this up. Last month, a team of psychologists from Flinders University in Australia and the University of Liverpool reported that our appetite for unhealthy food grows as the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘It was just my will to keep going’like that hardly compared to the challenges she overcame to finish her foundati
‘It was just my will to keep going’
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
like that hardly compared to the challenges she overcame to finish her foundation studies course at Flinders University, learning to walk and talk and type again after a stroke. Just starting the course last year had been a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Time to junk unhealthy sport awardsas post-game awards are part of a weekly “binge-purge” cycle sending contradict
Time to junk unhealthy sport awards
Adelaide Now / Posted 22 days ago
as post-game awards are part of a weekly “binge-purge” cycle sending contradictory messages about nutrition and sport, Flinders University researchers say. A study of parents, coaches and players from Australian Rules clubs around the state... Read more
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PhysOrg
No bars on prison researchprisons; a problem that needs addressing to improve the chances of prisoner reh
No bars on prison research
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
prisons; a problem that needs addressing to improve the chances of prisoner rehabilitation in detention, new research from Flinders University has found. Prisons and governments should address corruption, including drug trafficking, attacks on... Read more
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Weekly Times
Having a baby over 60 risky, doctors warncase highlights is the welfare of the child and a need for clearer guidelines o
Having a baby over 60 risky, doctors warn
Weekly Times / Posted 25 days ago
case highlights is the welfare of the child and a need for clearer guidelines on this, says Professor Sheryl de Lacey from Flinders University. Prof de Lacey, who specialises in infertility and bioethics, says responsible fertility care does not... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Having a baby over 60 risky, doctors warncase highlights is the welfare of the child and a need for clearer guidelines o
Having a baby over 60 risky, doctors warn
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
case highlights is the welfare of the child and a need for clearer guidelines on this, says Professor Sheryl de Lacey from Flinders University. Prof de Lacey, who specialises in infertility and bioethics, says responsible fertility care does not... Read more
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