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2015/07/04 06:34
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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...
2015/07/04 06:34
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2015/07/02 13:29
2015/07/02 13:29
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TAX on wine and spirits sold at pubs should be cut because they provide a safer drinking environment, the hotels lobby says. The Federal Government is also being lobbied to introduce an...
2015/07/01 11:39
2015/07/01 11:39
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Research by Flinders University has found that local species of Australian sea cucumber have special properties that may even make them candidates for anti-cancer treatments – and a slice of the...
2015/06/30 02:18
2015/06/30 02:18
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THE number of children being hospitalised with trampoline injuries is going up despite improved product safety standards. Researchers say this may flow partly from parents wrongly believing that...
2015/06/29 04:26
2015/06/29 04:26
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South Australian scientists look to break into Asian sea cucumber market South Australian scientists are hoping to boost the state's aquaculture industry by breaking into the lucrative Asian market...
2015/06/25 06:26
2015/06/25 06:26
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Drug tests on construction sites could become mandatory amid increasing use of ice by workers Drug tests could soon become mandatory on Australian construction sites, as unions raise concerns about...
2015/06/24 09:56
2015/06/24 09:56
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Up to 40 per cent more people are limping back into acute care after hospitalisation than previously believed. Hospital readmission rates are up to 40 per cent higher than previously believed,...
2015/06/24 09:26
2015/06/24 09:26
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First-known teeth belonged to fierce fish Cross section of Romundina stellina tooth plate, with the colours gold through purple indicating the first up to the final tooth addition(Source: Martin...
2015/06/24 05:35
2015/06/24 05:35
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A new report from the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) investigating the increasing inequality of income and wealth is an important resource for those working to improve the community’s...
2015/06/24 01:18
2015/06/24 01:18
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... one under the age of 43 has any experience of a recession as an adult.": economist Saul Eslake. Photo: Bloomberg Australia is set to enter its 25th year without recession next week. For the...
2015/06/24 01:12
2015/06/24 01:12
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As we continue to pick over the debris of the Rudd-Gillard era, we are still trying to make sense of its multiple – often contradictory – truths. AT the dark heart of Akira Kurosawa’s 1950...
2015/06/23 02:05
2015/06/23 02:05
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A MUST-have fashion trend designed to make legs look great has left a woman unable to walk, in an Adelaide medical emergency caused by skin-tight jeans. The woman was left paralysed in an Adelaide...
2015/06/20 01:06
2015/06/20 01:06
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ADELAIDE University Vice-Chancellor Warren Bebbington has pocketed a pay rise of up to $90,000, prompting the student union to accuse university leaders of hypocrisy for accepting big rises while...
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2015/06/19 11:34
2015/06/19 11:34
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THE seventies pub rock story runs something like this: Working class boy, often a British migrant, growing up on the fringes of a capital city, decides life on the assembly line isn’t for him so he...
2015/06/19 08:05
2015/06/19 08:05
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US First Lady Michelle Obama and Prince Harry with the small maquette of Matthew Flinders circled in the background. IT was a photo call that made global headlines when Michelle Obama and Prince...
2015/06/19 01:27
2015/06/19 01:27
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Sydney singer Jess Beck proud to celebrate her Indigenous roots Photo: Singer Jess Beck finds racism directed at indigenous activists like Adam Goodes as coming from small mindedness. (702 ABC...
2015/06/17 20:55
2015/06/17 20:55
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New Zealand was once home to a large bat three times the size of current species that walked on four limbs in ancient forests. The bat likely ate nectar, pollen, fruit, insects and spiders - much...
2015/06/15 20:08
2015/06/15 20:08
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Although she lives a long way from Africa, an Australian researcher has confirmed the Ebola virus can linger in the eyes of survivors even after they've made a full recovery. Justine Smith, an...
2015/06/12 16:24
2015/06/12 16:24
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Everyone has war stories about being unable to sleep. Photo: Alex Bramwell Insomnia seems to be one of those maladies that sufferers rarely speak of. That is, until you mention the topic and suddenly...
2015/06/11 00:26
2015/06/11 00:26
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Ebola lurks in eye fluid after survival from virus, research finds The Ebola virus can live in eye fluid 10 weeks after it is no longer detectable in a patient's blood, Australian research has...
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