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2014/09/16 03:42
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Joe Hockey has repeated his criticism of the aesthetics of windfarms, saying he finds them “quite appalling” and that they detract from the beauty of Australia’s landscapes. Speaking at a Bloomberg...
2014/09/16 03:42
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2014/09/15 22:28
2014/09/15 22:28
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Potential vaccines for rheumatic fever researchedTuesday, 16 September 2014, 9:42 amPress Release: Health Research Council Trans-Tasman research collaboration to identify potential vaccines for...
2014/09/15 21:12
2014/09/15 21:12
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Leading medical researchers have urged politicians not to let the federal government's proposed $20 billion fund for medical research become a victim of the divisive debate about the $7 GP co-payment...
2014/09/15 15:50
2014/09/15 15:50
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Schoolboy memories of watching his father work as a pharmacist in the New South Wales town of Camden come tinged with embarrassment for Graeme Clark. Now 78, Professor Clark still recalls as a...
2014/09/13 19:52
2014/09/13 19:52
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Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Treatment guidelines recommend physical therapy. But, the study authors noted that the cost of physical therapy can be significant. They also pointed out that...
2014/09/10 07:55
2014/09/10 07:55
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A study looks to add more fuel to the heated debate around the use of marijuana, as researchers have linked the frequent use of cannabis among adolescents with reduced educational attainment. The...
2014/09/09 15:35
2014/09/09 15:35
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ALCOHOLIC drinks should carry cigarette-style cancer warnings and be taxed at rates that reflect the burden of disease they cause, according to leading Australian health experts. The anti-grog push...
2014/09/09 08:02
2014/09/09 08:02
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NHMRC grants to improve the health of the world9 September 2014The University of Sydney has been awarded more than $6.7 million in funding in the latest round of grants from the National Health and...
2014/09/08 06:27
2014/09/08 06:27
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National Stroke Week begins today (8 September) and The University of Queensland has two leading speech pathology experts available to speak to media. Professor Linda Worrall and Associate Professor...
2014/09/08 00:26
2014/09/08 00:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: Allowing teenagers tastes of alcohol to try and promote responsible drinking might be counterproductive. That's the view of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre after a four...
2014/09/06 14:19
2014/09/06 14:19
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A BORDER health expert is urging adults to vaccinate against whooping cough. A BORDER health expert is urging adults to vaccinate against whooping cough. Greater Southern Area Health, director of...
2014/09/06 07:00
2014/09/06 07:00
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I don’t want to sound too cynical, but recent research findings in dementia seem hard to believe. A study of over 1,000 people has found people who scored higher on a measure of cynicism during late...
2014/09/04 07:02
2014/09/04 07:02
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Smart phone and smarter approaches to the fruit and veg failure3 September 2014 The reasons behind why Australians, especially young Australians, eat a fraction of the recommended serves of fruit and...
2014/09/02 19:15
2014/09/02 19:15
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About one in every 10 Australian children has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, with more children being diagnosed and medicated every year. Yet what if not one of these children actually has...
2014/09/02 04:26
2014/09/02 04:26
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Did you imagine that your child's birth season could have a link to their behaviour? It seems like an unlikely proposition but researchers are discovering that babies born in summer months are more...
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2014/09/02 03:27
2014/09/02 03:27
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The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded six new Research Fellowships at The University of Queensland, and extended funding on another four. Total funding under the announcement...
2014/08/29 13:19
2014/08/29 13:19
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Intervention Needed for Survivors of Childhood Burns Newswise — Adults who have been hospitalized for a burn as a child experience higher than usual rates of depression and suicidal thoughts,...
2014/08/28 22:16
2014/08/28 22:16
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Over two-thirds of Australians are thought to use complementary medicines ranging from vitamin and mineral supplements to herbal to aromatherapy and homeopathic products. Mental health concerns are...
2014/08/28 11:27
2014/08/28 11:27
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QUEENSLAND’S government will adopt new standards to identify “unusual” blood lead levels in the wake of findings from a national report stating there is no safe level of lead exposure. QUEENSLAND’S...
2014/08/27 18:31
2014/08/27 18:31
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Aspirin may be a promising alternative for those who can’t take long-term anticoagulant drugs that prevent clots from reoccurring in the veins, according to new research in the American Heart...
2014/09/16 03:42
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