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Brisbane Times
Could an aspirin a day keep depression away?science. Additional money has since come from Australian sources, including th
Could an aspirin a day keep depression away?
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
science. Additional money has since come from Australian sources, including the Victorian Cancer Agency, CSIRO, the National Health and Medical Research Council, and various philanthropic bodies. McNeil's main aim is to investigate whether... Read more
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The Age
Could an aspirin a day keep depression away?science. Additional money has since come from Australian sources, including th
Could an aspirin a day keep depression away?
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
science. Additional money has since come from Australian sources, including the Victorian Cancer Agency, CSIRO, the National Health and Medical Research Council, and various philanthropic bodies. McNeil's main aim is to investigate whether... Read more
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Northern Star
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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Queensland Times
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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News Mail
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
News Mail / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothles
Strange politics: Bans on clapping? Finally, common sense!
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
the strength of character I would now lack had I grown up without this toothless, mangled face! Then there was the National Health and Medical Research Council instruction in 2013 for daycare centres to ban kids from blowing out candles on... Read more
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The Age
How anonymity affects sperm donorsfrom Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady inc
How anonymity affects sperm donors
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National Health and Medical Research Council directed clinics not to use anonymous donations. All 80 clinics that are... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Chill pill for prisonerscompared to those with higher levels of omega-3 who had lower levels of aggress
Chill pill for prisoners
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
compared to those with higher levels of omega-3 who had lower levels of aggression.’’ UOW has been awarded a $1.8 million National Health and Medical Research Council grant to expand the study to include a four-month trial at the six facilities in... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Chill pill for prisonerscompared to those with higher levels of omega-3 who had lower levels of aggress
Chill pill for prisoners
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
compared to those with higher levels of omega-3 who had lower levels of aggression.’’ UOW has been awarded a $1.8 million National Health and Medical Research Council grant to expand the study to include a four-month trial at the six facilities in... Read more
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University of Queensland
Reducing the suffering of lower back painpain management project is a collaboration between UQ and the Metro South Hospi
Reducing the suffering of lower back pain
University of Queensland / Posted 9 days ago
pain management project is a collaboration between UQ and the Metro South Hospital and Health Service and is funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council. Public and media information: Dr Melissa Day, m.day@uq.edu.au, +61 7 3365... Read more
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University of Queensland
UQ shines at research awardsThe quality of research performed at The University of Queensland was recognise
UQ shines at research awards
University of Queensland / Posted 10 days ago
The quality of research performed at The University of Queensland was recognised at last night’s (13 July) National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Research Excellence Awards in Canberra. UQ Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter... Read more
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University of Queensland
Mind over matter could reduce back pain anguishpain management project is a collaboration between UQ and the Metro South Hospi
Mind over matter could reduce back pain anguish
University of Queensland / Posted 11 days ago
pain management project is a collaboration between UQ and the Metro South Hospital and Health Service and is funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council. Public and media information: Dr Melissa Day, m.day@uq.edu.au, +61 7 3365... Read more
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News Mail
Would your doctor tell you if you were too fat?and waist circumference could improve recognition of overweight and obesity by
Would your doctor tell you if you were too fat?
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
and waist circumference could improve recognition of overweight and obesity by both GPs and patients." The Australian National Health and Medical Research Council clinical practice guidelines for management of overweight and obesity lists BMI... Read more
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The Courier
Senator Madigan’s greatest hitswith public health academic Simon Chapman and the labelling of wind farm suppor
Senator Madigan’s greatest hits
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
with public health academic Simon Chapman and the labelling of wind farm supporters as “zealots” at the announcement the National Health and Medical Research Council would investigate the health effects of turbines. Lyme disease While there is... Read more
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Taste.com.au
How much sugar is too much?. By Nicole Seniorsuch as a drizzle of honey on natural low-fat yoghurt or wholegrain cereal with
How much sugar is too much?. By Nicole Senior
Taste.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
such as a drizzle of honey on natural low-fat yoghurt or wholegrain cereal with a little sugar.How much is too much? The National Health and Medical Research Council recommends we consume only moderate amounts of sugar added to foods, but they... Read more
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Perth Now
Free whooping cough jabs available nowawareness of whooping cough. The updated chapter on whooping cough in the Aust
Free whooping cough jabs available now
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
awareness of whooping cough. The updated chapter on whooping cough in the Australian Immunisation Handbook was approved by National Health and Medical Research Council on Friday. WA Health Minister Kim Hames said free vaccinations would be... Read more

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