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Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre scientist Rebecca Segrave David* has lived with depression on and off since he was 19. At times over the past 15 years it has arrived without warning, whereas...
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The Cape Bridgewater wind farm, which is the subject of health complaints from six residents who live within 1.6 kilometres of the project. Photo: Joe Armao What prompted the latest claims that wind...
2015/01/22 01:02
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Aboriginal women lead change prevent high rates of fetal alcohol syndrome in remote Australia19 January 2015 One in eight children born in 2002 or 2003 and living in remote Fitzroy Valley communities...
2015/01/22 00:27
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Located near Portland, The Cape Bridgewater wind farm has been operating for six years. In that time, there have been claims by people in nearby households that the turbines have been causing...
2015/01/21 03:27
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NHMRC says evidence scant in wind turbine health debate An initial report from the National Health and Medical Research Council has found no reliable evidence that wind turbines have a direct...
2015/01/20 22:50
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More funding ahead for research into the health effects of wind farms. Photo: Erin Jonasson Australia's peak public health research agency plans to offer funds for further study of the health impacts...
2015/01/19 15:48
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It was important to have clear guidelines around transplants if ''higher risk'' organs are used. Photo: Louie Douvis More elderly or unwell people could be allowed access to "high risk" organs that...
2015/01/18 19:17
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The human brain leaves computers behind with its endless capacity for problem solving, innovation and invention. Photo / Thinkstock The human brain is the most extraordinary and complex object in the...
2015/01/14 05:27
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We’ve heard a lot lately about superbugs – bacteria that are resistant to current antibiotics. But as the threat of superbugs continues to rise, the number of new treatments available has flatlined....
2015/01/13 02:02
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Statin treatment reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease in women 9 January 2015 A large international study, published today in The Lancet, has shown conclusively that statin treatment reduces...
2015/01/12 00:56
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Profit-making colleges would receive taxpayer funding to teach students unproven alternative remedies such as homeopathy, flower essence therapy and iridology under the Abbott government's proposed...
2015/01/10 03:22
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Working with families and community groups on the ground are two of the main initiatives coming from a public meeting which discussed the direction of a local adolescent health study. Working with...
2015/01/09 09:55
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Many more Australians could soon be recommended statin drugs to prevent a heart attack or stroke. Many more Australians could soon be recommended cholesterol-lowering drugs to prevent a heart attack...
2015/01/04 00:12
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THE first Mt Mercer Wind Farm turbine only began generating power last November 19. THE first Mt Mercer Wind Farm turbine only began generating power last November 19. Two months later, 15 of its...
2015/01/01 12:51
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Exercise can help people with Parkinson’s disease improve their quality of life, their ability to move around, and their balance, even if it does not reduce their risk of falling, according to a new...
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The ACT government is yet to finalise plans for its involvement in a New South Wales-led medicinal marijuana trial, which could see patients or researchers given access to the drug in Canberra. Newly...
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