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2015/07/31 22:05
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Not far off ... An obesity pill that can suppress appetite is under development. Picture: Thinkstock A PILL that could help fight obesity is under development after Australian research showed it...
2015/07/31 22:05
2015/07/31 22:05
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2015/07/31 05:58
2015/07/31 05:58
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Senate Inquiry attacks wind power The recommendations from a Senate Inquiry looking into the possible impacts of wind farms on local communities, has recommended that wind power’s eligibility for...
2015/07/31 05:26
2015/07/31 05:26
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KIM LANDERS: The latest research on weight loss suggests general practitioners need to lift their game in the battle against Australia's obesity problem. The researchers say GPs think patients are...
2015/07/25 03:44
2015/07/25 03:44
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Couples using IVF may be able to choose the gender of their babies and women could be financially compensated for donating their eggs in a radical reshaping of the ethical guidelines surrounding...
2015/07/22 07:24
2015/07/22 07:24
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A model of the new compound that could lead to more powerful antibiotics. Photo: University of Queensland Sugar molecules could be used as a "trojan horse" to solve a problem that threatens to derail...
2015/07/21 05:34
2015/07/21 05:34
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Kypros Kypri writes: Government departments and agencies routinely commission research to help them understand and respond to health, social and other problems. We expect such research to be impartial...
2015/07/20 10:26
2015/07/20 10:26
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Concerted clean up of lead contamination at Broken Hill and Esperance contrast with other regional towns Lead contamination remains a big issue for many regional towns, but there is no nationally...
2015/07/20 01:19
2015/07/20 01:19
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The federal Department of Health has handed over all IT support services to Datacom as part of a $242 million 'outcomes-as-a-service contract'. The five-year ICT infrastructure and support services...
2015/07/19 01:50
2015/07/19 01:50
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Michelle Gallaher is doing her bit in a global effort that could save millions of lives by being part of human clinical trials of an Ebola vaccine. Photo: Eddie Jim Michelle Gallaher hopes to never...
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2015/07/17 08:55
2015/07/17 08:55
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Does homeopathy "fly in the face of science" or is it "the most misunderstood of all the major forms of complementary medicine?" Two doctors - one for and one against homeopathy - argue in The BMJ...
2015/07/17 00:26
2015/07/17 00:26
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Fact check: Does infrasound from wind farms make people sick? It's no secret that wind farms appear to have fallen out of favour with the Coalition Government. Prime Minister Tony Abbott recently...
2015/07/16 22:05
2015/07/16 22:05
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A SNAPSHOT OF MH17 VICTIMS FROM AUSTRALIA VICTORIA: Itamar Avnon The 27-year-old dual Dutch-Israeli national was a student at Melbourne's Swinburne University, living in Windsor. He had been...
2015/07/13 01:26
2015/07/13 01:26
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PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: Every year, hundreds of Australians are diagnosed with Q fever, a disease so serious it's a class B biological warfare threat. Those most at risk are people who work with farm...
2015/07/11 07:24
2015/07/11 07:24
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University of Queensland Professor Paul Alewood has looked deep inside the venom of the conus episcopatus snail. Photo: Supplied Inside this small but beautiful shell could lie new secrets for...
2015/07/09 10:55
2015/07/09 10:55
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New research published in Nature suggests that adding the common hormone progesterone to their treatment could benefit around half of breast cancer patients. The study suggests that adding...
2015/07/07 05:26
2015/07/07 05:26
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Up to 80 per cent of mothers in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the UK report drinking during pregnancy: study Up to 80 per cent of women questioned in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom...
2015/07/06 23:27
2015/07/06 23:27
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University of Queensland pain treatment researchers have discovered thousands of new peptide toxins hidden deep within the venom of just one type of Queensland cone snail. Researchers hope the new...
2015/07/06 15:29
2015/07/06 15:29
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The clean energy sector will finally face certainty after the parliament passed legislation to slash the renewable energy target. A bipartisan deal - agreed to last month after a lengthy political...
2015/07/31 22:05
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