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2014/10/01 13:17
2014/10/01 13:17
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Predicting the Future Course of Psychotic Illness Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsEuropean Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) 18-21 October 2014 Newswise — Psychiatry...
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2014/10/01 02:48
2014/10/01 02:48
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The University of Queensland is the latest contributor to Australia's academic high-performance computing boom, with a AU$275,000 ($238k) cluster going live late in September. Installed at the...
2014/09/29 20:17
2014/09/29 20:17
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Melbourne scientists discover hormone that’s a key to child cancer A scan of a normal tibia of the leg (left) and a osteosarcoma tumour growing from the tibia (right). Picture: ST VINCENT’S INSTITUTE...
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2014/09/29 01:55
2014/09/29 01:55
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I’m quite nervous about writing this. I’m going to stray from my familiar academic world into a political one, and it’s on an issue that may very well have killed several people. My reputation has...
2014/09/26 09:26
2014/09/26 09:26
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Family breakdowns causing repeat imprisonment of Aboriginal mums, study finds A groundbreaking study on Aboriginal mothers in West Australian prisons has revealed the devastating effects of high...
2014/09/25 19:15
2014/09/25 19:15
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POLL: Breastfed preschoolers and kindergarten kids are more common than you think. Breastfed preschoolers and kindergarten kids are more common than the general populace may think, says a UOW...
2014/09/24 15:17
2014/09/24 15:17
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Good News for Young Patients with a Leukemia Subtype Associated with a Poor Prognosis St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital study shows that adjusting treatment based on early response to chemotherapy...
2014/09/23 23:26
2014/09/23 23:26
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Our expert: Professor Michael Kramer & Professor Wendy Oddy It's not called liquid gold for nothing. Breastmilk is largely considered the best food for babies and both the World Health Organization...
2014/09/22 05:27
2014/09/22 05:27
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The University of Queensland is one step closer to developing better mobile phone battery life, understanding the engineering of vaccines and creating stem cell therapies for Parkinson’s disease. The...
2014/09/22 04:08
2014/09/22 04:08
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Please can you give a brief introduction to the Asian liver fluke, Opisthorchis viverrini? How does this parasite infect humans? Opisthorchis viverrini is a parasitic flatworm (or liver fluke)...
2014/09/21 17:20
2014/09/21 17:20
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Neuropsychologist Kate Hoy says it's not good enough to be excellent any more when it comes to competing for science funding. Photo: Wayne Taylor It's not the voices or the paranoia that makes...
2014/09/21 14:50
2014/09/21 14:50
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Has the fun gone out of food? Can you enjoy a bowl of ice-cream without the guilt? Do you drink red wine instead of white because it contains more antioxidants? How often do you eat something just...
2014/09/20 04:46
2014/09/20 04:46
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Funding discrimination: Professor Alan Trouson warns Australia faces a catastrophe if we neglect our young scientists. Photo: Angela Wylie The pioneering Australian IVF and stem cell scientist Alan...
2014/09/18 14:24
2014/09/18 14:24
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The push to legalise cannabis for medical purposes is gaining momentum. Photo: Supplied Tony Abbott is on board. So is New South Wales Premier Mike Baird. And Victorian opposition leader Daniel...
2014/09/16 20:17
2014/09/16 20:17
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Effect of Magnesium Sulfate During Pregnancy on Very Preterm Infants Newswise — Magnesium sulfate given intravenously to pregnant women at risk of very preterm birth was not associated with benefit...
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2014/09/16 03:42
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...
2014/09/15 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...
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