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PhysOrg
Some shark species more likely to die during fisheries capture than othersCredit: Adam Schilds A team of researchers from Monash University, in collabora
Some shark species more likely to die during fisheries capture than others
PhysOrg / Posted 7 hours ago
Credit: Adam Schilds A team of researchers from Monash University, in collaboration with Flinders University has, for the first time, investigated how varied breathing modes of different shark species affect the chances of shark and ray death during... Read more
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Canberra Times
Start-up Infratech's floating solar rafts hold promise for Australia's rural communitiesInfratech's floating solar raft. Photo: Claire Connelly An Australian start-up
Start-up Infratech's floating solar rafts hold promise for Australia's rural communities
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Infratech's floating solar raft. Photo: Claire Connelly An Australian start-up is helping rural communities get off the grid using floating solar rafts that sit atop water reservoirs. Infratech Industries, based in Jamestown, South Australia, is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
One of Australia's most endangered birds facing threat from maggots Researchers are trialling a novel method of controlling the fly larvae in a b
One of Australia's most endangered birds facing threat from maggots
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
Researchers are trialling a novel method of controlling the fly larvae in a bid to save the extremely rare 40-spotted pardalote.By Richard Baines Infographic: Researchers believe... Read more
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News.com.au
Queensland town considering curfew to keep kids, teens off streets.Residents of Mount Isa, Queensland fed up with young people roaming streets at
Queensland town considering curfew to keep kids, teens off streets.
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
Residents of Mount Isa, Queensland fed up with young people roaming streets at night IN a remote outback Queensland town, young boys and girls are roaming the streets unsupervised after dark. They’re not just getting up to mischief, they’re causing... Read more
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ABS-CBNNEWS.com
Singapore to hold snap election on September 11Singapore will hold a snap general election on September 11, officials said Tue
Singapore to hold snap election on September 11
ABS-CBNNEWS.com / Posted 6 days ago
Singapore will hold a snap general election on September 11, officials said Tuesday as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong seeks a new mandate from voters worried over immigration and the high cost of living. Despite a slowing economy the People’s Action... Read more
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The Standard
Singapore's Lee seeks new mandate on September 11Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (Pictured) will seek a new mandate from voters w
Singapore's Lee seeks new mandate on September 11
The Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (Pictured) will seek a new mandate from voters worried over immigration and the high cost of living. Despite a slowing economy the People's Action Party (PAP), which has ruled for more than 50 years, is expected to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Second SAHMRI would slash cost for cancer treatmentDirector of SAHMRI’s Molecular Imaging and Therapy Unit, Prab Takhar, shows Pre
Second SAHMRI would slash cost for cancer treatment
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
Director of SAHMRI’s Molecular Imaging and Therapy Unit, Prab Takhar, shows Premier Jay Weatherill and Health Minister Jack Snelling the cyclotron particle accelerator used to make radioactive isotopes for cancer diagnosis. THE nation’s first proton... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Groundbreaking cancer treatment centre sought for AdelaideProton therapy cancer treatment, research centre proposed for Adelaide Photo:
Groundbreaking cancer treatment centre sought for Adelaide
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Proton therapy cancer treatment, research centre proposed for Adelaide Photo: Premier Jay Weatherill hears from researcher Prab Takhar about biomedical advances in SA, as the state lobbies for a new cancer treatment option. (ABC News: Angelique... Read more
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Gamasutra
ADELAIDE GAME DEVELOPERS AWARDED AUSTRALASIAN TOP SPOTADELAIDE, Australia - This year, Simulation Australasia, in association with th
ADELAIDE GAME DEVELOPERS AWARDED AUSTRALASIAN TOP SPOT
Gamasutra / Posted 7 days ago
ADELAIDE, Australia - This year, Simulation Australasia, in association with the International Serious Games Showcase and Challenge (ISGS&C), hosted the fourth annual Simulation Australasian round of the Serious Games Showcase and Challenge (SGS&C);... Read more
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Daily Mail
Teenager with rare disorder regularly sleeps for 10 day at a timeMeet the real-life Sleeping Beauty! Teen with rare disorder sleeps for up to TE
Teenager with rare disorder regularly sleeps for 10 day at a time
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Meet the real-life Sleeping Beauty! Teen with rare disorder sleeps for up to TEN DAYS at a time - and doctors say there is no cure Adelaide's Georgia Green, 19, suffers from Kleine-Levin syndrome The disorder strikes out of the blue, leaving her... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dogs may look guilty in shaming photos, but they don't feel it: expertDog shaming falls on deaf ears for canines; veterinary scientist says canines d
Dogs may look guilty in shaming photos, but they don't feel it: expert
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Dog shaming falls on deaf ears for canines; veterinary scientist says canines don't feel guilt Photo: ABC reporter Simon Royal's dog, Hayley, showing her embarrassment for destroying a toilet roll. (ABC News: Simon Royal) Photo: ABC political... Read more
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Psych Central
Brain Scan Shows ‘Moral Disgust’ in Response to Unequal Healthcare FundingA new fMRI study shows that when people are exposed to the idea of unequal heal
Brain Scan Shows ‘Moral Disgust’ in Response to Unequal Healthcare Funding
Psych Central / Posted 10 days ago
A new fMRI study shows that when people are exposed to the idea of unequal healthcare funding, a region of the brain associated with social and moral disgust is strongly activated. The study, which is the first to use fMRI scans to observe what... Read more
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Queensland Country Life
Beston set for ASX debutTHE investment sector is savouring the prospect of another export food chain bu
Beston set for ASX debut
Queensland Country Life / Posted 11 days ago
THE investment sector is savouring the prospect of another export food chain business listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) as management at Adelaide-based newcomer Beston Global Food Company's (BGFC) reports strong interest in next... Read more
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North Queensland Register
Beston set for ASX debutTHE investment sector is savouring the prospect of another export food chain bu
Beston set for ASX debut
North Queensland Register / Posted 11 days ago
THE investment sector is savouring the prospect of another export food chain business listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) as management at Adelaide-based newcomer Beston Global Food Company's (BGFC) reports strong interest in next... Read more
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Stock & Land
Beston set for ASX debutTHE investment sector is savouring the prospect of another export food chain bu
Beston set for ASX debut
Stock & Land / Posted 11 days ago
THE investment sector is savouring the prospect of another export food chain business listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) as management at Adelaide-based newcomer Beston Global Food Company's (BGFC) reports strong interest in next... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study uses fMRI scans to examine neural substrates of moral cognition in healthcare decision makingAreas of the brain associated with social and moral disgust are triggered when
Study uses fMRI scans to examine neural substrates of moral cognition in healthcare decision making
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
Areas of the brain associated with social and moral disgust are triggered when healthcare funding is split unequally, researchers from the UK and Australia have found. The study, which is the first to use fMRI scans to examine what happens in the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Give my fine to charity, says TrengovePort Adelaide’s Jackson Trengove, centre, an ambassador for brain injury awaren
Give my fine to charity, says Trengove
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
Port Adelaide’s Jackson Trengove, centre, an ambassador for brain injury awareness week, at Q Convenience with, Nik Kazonis and Emile Bitar. PORT Adelaide key defender Jackson Trengove tomorrow will sign a $1000 cheque to pay a fine from the AFL... Read more
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Herald Sun
Port Adelaide defender Jackson Trengove wants to send his AFL fine to charityPORT Adelaide key defender Jackson Trengove tomorrow will sign a $1000 cheque t
Port Adelaide defender Jackson Trengove wants to send his AFL fine to charity
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
PORT Adelaide key defender Jackson Trengove tomorrow will sign a $1000 cheque to pay a fine from the AFL tribunal, but he would prefer the money to go to charity. Trengove’s request is not without precedent in the AFL. In 2004, 16 Hawthorn and... Read more
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Literary Minded
The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens’ troubling mental health. –This week’s Health Wrap is compiled by my colleague Megan Howe, the Sax Institu
The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens’ troubling mental health. –
Literary Minded / Posted 14 days ago
This week’s Health Wrap is compiled by my colleague Megan Howe, the Sax Institute’s Publications Manager. Enjoy the Wrap and tweet us via @medicalmedia or @meghowe68 if you have any ideas for future issues. The Vegemite news spread The use and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
House to help children with autismBec Blight and Karl Kirby with sons Aiden, 8, Jace, 3, and Leo, 10 months. Pict
House to help children with autism
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 days ago
Bec Blight and Karl Kirby with sons Aiden, 8, Jace, 3, and Leo, 10 months. Picture: NAOMI JELLICOE JACE Kirby is much like any other three-year-old boy – he loves to run, jump and eat ice cream. However, autism had taken away his ability to... Read more
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Canberra Times
1m people twiddling their thumbsit's claimed there's a chronic shortage of bricklayers. Photo: Erin Jonasson
1m people twiddling their thumbs
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
it's claimed there's a chronic shortage of bricklayers. Photo: Erin Jonasson A glance at the latest unemployment figures would raise the eyebrow of even the mildest cynic. According to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, released just... Read more
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Perth Now
Dark tourism: ‘It’s voyeurism gone wrong’SNOWTOWN, Belanglo State Forest, Port Arthur. They are places marked forever by
Dark tourism: ‘It’s voyeurism gone wrong’
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
SNOWTOWN, Belanglo State Forest, Port Arthur. They are places marked forever by the depraved acts of Australia’s most disturbed criminals. Strangely, they are also marked on maps as holiday destinations to tour, where adventure awaits and where one... Read more
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News.com.au
Like scary movies? Dark tourism is probably for you.Travel Ideas Dark tourism proves Australians are fascinated with mass murder,
Like scary movies? Dark tourism is probably for you.
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
Travel Ideas Dark tourism proves Australians are fascinated with mass murder, violence and torture Film makers behind Snowtown the movie release the eagerly anticipated trailer and artwork. Joanne Walters was one of Ivan Milat’s seven hitchhiker... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adam GraycarTelevision Australia Wide The Killing Season Corrections & Clarifications R
Adam Graycar
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Television Australia Wide The Killing Season Corrections & Clarifications Religion & Ethics Technology & Games The Weather Man Antony Green's Election Blog is Professor in the School of Social and Policy Studies at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Baird's new ICAC won't be muzzled Some anti-corruption agencies bark a lot, but cannot bite. But moves by NSW P
Baird's new ICAC won't be muzzled
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Some anti-corruption agencies bark a lot, but cannot bite. But moves by NSW Premier Mike Baird will ensure the ICAC cannot be muzzled when it's on the scent of a matter of public interest, writes Adam Graycar. NSW... Read more
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Balita
Australia's love of alcohol comes at huge cost to economy August 12, 2015 5:26 am MELBOURNE, Aug. 11 — Australians are known for their
Australia's love of alcohol comes at huge cost to economy
Balita / Posted 19 days ago
August 12, 2015 5:26 am MELBOURNE, Aug. 11 — Australians are known for their love of alcohol, most notably beer, but it has been revealed this passion comes at a USD 2.2 billion cost to the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hangovers costing businesses at least $3 billion a year in lost wages, research finds Hangovers are costing businesses at least $3 billion a year i
Hangovers costing businesses at least $3 billion a year in lost wages
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
, research finds Hangovers are costing businesses at least $3 billion a year in lost wages, according to research from Flinders University. Experts say changing workplace and... Read more
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Perth Now
The real cost of your hangoversZach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in ‘The Hangover’. AUSTRALIANS
The real cost of your hangovers
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in ‘The Hangover’. AUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of the ill-effects of alcohol and illicit drugs. This translates to a $3 billion cost to the economy — a... Read more
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Herald Sun
Researchers say alcohol and drug absenteeism is costing us billionsAUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of
Researchers say alcohol and drug absenteeism is costing us billions
Herald Sun / Posted 20 days ago
AUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of the ill-effects of alcohol and illicit drugs. This translates to a $3 billion cost to the economy — a massive jump from the $1.2 billion estimated cost in 2001, say... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The real cost of your hangoversZach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in ‘The Hangover’. AUSTRALIANS
The real cost of your hangovers
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in ‘The Hangover’. AUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of the ill-effects of alcohol and illicit drugs. This translates to a $3 billion cost to the economy — a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Researchers say alcohol and drug absenteeism is costing us billionsZach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in ‘The Hangover’. AUSTRALIANS
Researchers say alcohol and drug absenteeism is costing us billions
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in ‘The Hangover’. AUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of the ill-effects of alcohol and illicit drugs. This translates to a $3 billion cost to the economy — a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How much is your hangover costing the economy in 'sick days'?A new study has found that the more alcohol and drugs an employee consumes, the
How much is your hangover costing the economy in 'sick days'?
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
A new study has found that the more alcohol and drugs an employee consumes, the more time they are likely to take off work. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian... Read more
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WA Today
How much is your hangover costing the economy in 'sick days'?A new study has found that the more alcohol and drugs an employee consumes, the
How much is your hangover costing the economy in 'sick days'?
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
A new study has found that the more alcohol and drugs an employee consumes, the more time they are likely to take off work. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Soaring costs of alcohol, drug absenteeismAUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of
Soaring costs of alcohol, drug absenteeism
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
AUSTRALIANS are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of the ill-effects of alcohol and illicit drugs. THIS translates to a $3 billion cost to the economy - a massive jump from the $1.2 billion estimated cost in 2001, say... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Our $3bn hangoverHangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion
Our $3bn hangover
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Excess drinking at weekends puts a tax on a body’s immune system. Picture: Simon O’Dwyer Hangovers are causing 11.5... Read more
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The Young Witness
Our $3bn hangoverHangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion
Our $3bn hangover
The Young Witness / Posted 20 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Excess drinking at weekends puts a tax on a body’s immune system. Picture: Simon O’Dwyer Hangovers are causing 11.5... Read more
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Western Advocate
Our $3bn hangoverHangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion
Our $3bn hangover
Western Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Excess drinking at weekends puts a tax on a body’s immune system. Picture: Simon O’Dwyer Hangovers are causing 11.5... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Our $3bn hangoverHangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion
Our $3bn hangover
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Excess drinking at weekends puts a tax on a body’s immune system. Picture: Simon O’Dwyer Hangovers are causing 11.5... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Drugs, booze keeping Aussies off workAustralians are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of
Drugs, booze keeping Aussies off work
Otago Daily Times / Posted 20 days ago
Australians are off work for an estimated 11.5 million days annually because of the ill-effects of alcohol and illicit drugs. This translates to a $3 billion cost to the economy - a massive jump from the $1.2 billion estimated cost in 2001, Flinders... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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The Young Witness
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
The Young Witness / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Western Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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Manning River Times
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Manning River Times / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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The North West Star
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
The North West Star / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Daily Liberal / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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The Courier
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion t
Australia's $3b hangover: Alcohol and drugs causing 11.5m 'sick days'
The Courier / Posted 21 days ago
Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests. Hangovers are causing 11.5 million "sick days" a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research... Read more
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