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2015/05/20 02:55
2015/05/20 02:55
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Think the iron ore inquiry's a waste of money? Then have a look at wind farms A few days ago Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Treasurer Joe Hockey seemed rather enamoured with the idea promoted by...
2015/05/20 02:55
2015/05/20 02:55
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2015/05/19 16:18
2015/05/19 16:18
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Nearly one in five soil samples taken from family homes in NSW has been found to exceed federal limits for contamination with lead. A Macquarie University project that asked Sydneysiders to bring in...
2015/05/19 10:24
2015/05/19 10:24
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University of Queensland scholar Dr Beben Benyamin combined with dutch researchers for a meta-analysis of more than 14.5 million twin pairs. Photo: supplied It's a question that dogged scientists for...
2015/05/18 22:38
2015/05/18 22:38
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For the first time, a large study suggests that a vitamin might modestly lower the risk of the most common types of skin cancer in people with a history of these relatively harmless yet troublesome...
2015/05/17 14:46
2015/05/17 14:46
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Professor Simon Easteal removes biological samples from a liquid nitrogen freezer at the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the ANU. Photo: Rohan Thomson Blood samples collected over 30 years...
2015/05/16 14:55
2015/05/16 14:55
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Criminalising the behaviour of women who do as the law intended to get paid parental leave? Nice one, Tony. What kind of idiot labels mothers "rorters"? It's the same kind of idiot who thinks it's a...
2015/05/15 10:15
2015/05/15 10:15
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If you’re feeling ill, the chances are you’re making an appointment to see your general practitioner. But not Sandra Yates, a mother of two from Durban. She calls her homeopath first. “I think what...
2015/05/15 04:00
2015/05/15 04:00
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The average Australian’s fruit-and-veg intake falls well below nutritional recommendations, a new Roy Morgan Research poll has found. Of the 14,000 Australians polled, just two per cent eat two serves...
2015/05/15 04:00
2015/05/15 04:00
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Hey Lifehacker, I am a 6’2″ 20 year old male university student and it is fair to say that my diet is appalling. It basically consists of frozen food (chips, pies, sausage rolls), pasta, bread,...
2015/05/13 01:02
2015/05/13 01:02
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Wellcome support for synthetic skin that instructs body how to repair itself 12 May 2015 "Imagine a car accident victim who has major injuries or a patient who has just had a piece of skin containing...
2015/05/12 05:02
2015/05/12 05:02
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National recognition for excellence in health research translation7 May 2015 University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor, Dr Michael Spence has welcomed the Federal Government's recognition of Sydney Health...
2015/05/09 16:18
2015/05/09 16:18
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No safeguards: A legal loophole allows doctors to offer autologous​ stem cell therapies. Photo: Phil Carrick The national drugs regulator has been urged to clamp down on an increasing number of...
2015/05/09 10:27
2015/05/09 10:27
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The AFL wants to put a stop grassroots players' most common injuries, tackling some deep-seated habits along the way. The AFL wants to put a stop to grassroots players' most common injuries, tackling...
2015/05/07 04:27
2015/05/07 04:27
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Breakthrough research at the University of Queensland has unlocked a mysterious process essential to breastfeeding. The discovery could have implications for cancer treatment. “Using rodent models,...
2015/05/04 10:12
2015/05/04 10:12
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If research dollars were allocated according to the burden of the targeted disease, brain cancer would be in line for about twice as much money as it currently attracts. Gold Logie winner Carrie...
2015/05/04 06:27
2015/05/04 06:27
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University of Queensland researchers are developing a new asthma treatment that targets the underlying cause of asthma, rather than just the symptoms. Asthma affects one in 10 Australians and is the...
2015/05/04 01:12
2015/05/04 01:12
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AFTER years of dieting, a host of alternative experiments and body-punishing exercise, Melbourne woman Sharon McNamara-Youl had finally had enough. “I had a bit of a breakdown and went into total...
2015/05/04 01:07
2015/05/04 01:07
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Ms Hawkins is clearly not up to date with the latest position on wind farms and health from the National Health and Medical Research Council, who announced a targeted call for research (TCR) into wind...
2015/04/28 03:37
2015/04/28 03:37
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Obesity wars revisited: is it the meat or the motion? – Tim Olds Published: 28 April 2015 11:00 AM Obesity researchers have been in a tug-of-war for decades now – is obesity really that bad for us,...
2015/04/27 07:17
2015/04/27 07:17
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FAR north Queenslanders in the path of what would become the state's biggest wind farm fear their television reception is being given greater consideration than their health and wellbeing. THE...
2015/05/20 02:55
2015/05/20 02:55
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