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2015/03/02 05:15
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Australian health authorities are reviewing the case for fluoride in drinking water amid concerns scientific evidence supporting the benefits and risks to people's health may have shifted in recent...
2015/03/02 05:15
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2015/02/27 01:28
2015/02/27 01:28
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This resource sheet provides estimates on the prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in the general and Indigenous populations of Australia, and reviews the local and international evidence on...
2015/02/27 00:57
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RESEARCHERS have widely criticised a new study that questions the safety of water fluoridation, arguing the findings were overstated and the study poorly designed. The paper, published in the Journal...
2015/02/25 18:27
2015/02/25 18:27
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Scientists from Australia and the UK have completed the most comprehensive analysis yet of pancreatic cancer, in a study that could improve future treatments. The international study has revealed...
2015/02/24 01:26
2015/02/24 01:26
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Love hormone has sobering effect Animal studies suggest oxytocin may be a useful drug to treat alcoholism (Source: ejwhite /iStockphoto) Related Stories Sobering oxytocin The mammalian bonding...
2015/02/20 16:47
2015/02/20 16:47
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Even better, some cells remember what they have learnt, and can apply it in response to future challenges. The research, published as the cover story of the first 2015 edition of the journal...
2015/02/19 07:26
2015/02/19 07:26
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ELEANOR HALL: One of the country's leading scientists is warning about the future of medical research in Australia. The head of the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute says jobs will be lost and...
2015/02/17 10:08
2015/02/17 10:08
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An international research group led by a team at the University of Adelaide has made what they believe could be the biggest discovery into cerebral palsy in 20 years. It has long been the belief that...
2015/02/17 07:04
2015/02/17 07:04
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AP Chief Medical Writer Stroke experts are reporting a major advance: Stents similar to the ones used to open clogged heart arteries also can be used to clear a blood clot in the brain, greatly...
2015/02/16 01:11
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EDITORIAL: Every woman needs to be aware of the symptoms of ovarian cancer. The government has pumped more than $97.5 million through the National Health and Medical Research Council into researching...
2015/02/16 00:51
2015/02/16 00:51
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... of deaths could be prevented a year if people at risk of heart attack or stroke are prescribed more powerful statins,” the Daily Mail reported. The newspaper said that intensive use of...
2015/02/15 03:46
2015/02/15 03:46
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Pig valves have been used to repair human hearts for years but organ transplants are much more complicated. Photo: Jenna Clarke A specific type of pig cell could soon be transplanted into humans,...
2015/02/13 05:33
2015/02/13 05:33
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Whenever I return to India, I am always unpleasantly surprised at the popularity of homeopathy. I hear of senior political figures endorsing this quackery. I read that prime minister Narendra Modi has...
2015/02/13 03:22
2015/02/13 03:22
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Erin Brockovich, the internationally renowned clean-water campaigner who is visiting Australia to talk about water contamination, has urged her Facebook followers to question water fluoridation. Erin...
2015/02/12 20:09
2015/02/12 20:09
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Stroke experts are reporting a major advance: Stents similar to the ones used to open clogged heart arteries also can be used to clear a blood clot in the brain, greatly lowering the risk a patient...
2015/02/12 17:42
2015/02/12 17:42
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It has long been the belief that cerebral palsy occurs when a child experiences a lack of oxygen during pregnancy or at birth. However, the Australian Collaborative Cerebral Palsy Research Group,...
2015/02/12 13:08
2015/02/12 13:08
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A new study shows the time Australian researchers spent applying for National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) project grants last year blew out by a collective 67 years, despite the...
2015/02/11 08:26
2015/02/11 08:26
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Research council calls for further study into wind turbine sickness, sets aside $500,000 in grants The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia's premier health research body,...
2015/02/11 06:18
2015/02/11 06:18
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AUSTRALIA'S peak health research body has found there is no evidence that wind farms harm health, but has called for further research into the issue. THE National Health and Medical Research Council...
2015/02/10 14:42
2015/02/10 14:42
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The findings, by a team led by the University's Robinson Research Institute, have major implications for the future of fertility research and are published today in the journal Development. "It's now...
2015/03/02 05:15
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