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2015/04/17 00:52
2015/04/17 00:52
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This is an edited version of a speech about the challenges facing medical research given by outgoing National Health and Medicine Research Council (NHMRC) CEO Warwick Anderson at the National Press...
2015/04/17 00:52
2015/04/17 00:52
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2015/04/16 11:03
2015/04/16 11:03
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... feeble body makes a feeble mind. I do not know what doctors cure us of, but I know this: they infect us with deadly diseases, cowardice, timidity, credulity, the fear of death. What matter if they...
2015/04/15 14:27
2015/04/15 14:27
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The tattooing industry has gone from strength to strength thanks to a previously untapped market, with a notable spike in the number of women going under the needle. The tattooing industry has gone...
2015/04/14 19:57
2015/04/14 19:57
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THERE'S a weighty issue doctors are not facing up to with patients, but according to a Grafton GP it's not all black and white. Despite expanding waistlines being an ever-present issue in the...
2015/04/14 16:42
2015/04/14 16:42
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Previous work by the research team from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, Australia, showed that the protein MOZ could relay external 'messages' to the developing embryo, revealing a...
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2015/04/13 05:26
2015/04/13 05:26
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MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: As we've heard the falling iron ore price is making budget formulation more challenging than ever. The shadow treasurer Chris Bowen has been listening in and he joins me now. Mr...
2015/04/13 03:28
2015/04/13 03:28
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Examines the documentation of measures recommended in the National Health and Medical Research Council clinical practice guidelines for managing overweight and obesity in adults, adolescents and...
2015/04/13 01:05
2015/04/13 01:05
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Fruit drinks can be just a sugar-laden as soft drinks, the Obesity Policy Coalition says. Photo: Getty Many popular children's lunch box juices contain more sugar than Coca-Cola and parents should...
2015/04/12 01:18
2015/04/12 01:18
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A breakdown of the $5,000 figure paid to egg donors includes costs linked to consultations, counselling, transport to the hospital, time off work and follow-up visits. Photo: Craig Abraham A...
2015/04/10 12:24
2015/04/10 12:24
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Competition for research funding is so intense it’s driving some rather unscientific behaviours, say researchers. When Lance Armstrong finally admitted to years of doping, his defence was familiar....
2015/04/09 20:26
2015/04/09 20:26
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Free breast screening program expands to include women over the age of 70 Australia's free breast screening program will be expanded for the first time to include women over the age of 70, with the...
2015/04/08 23:26
2015/04/08 23:26
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Four deaths from excessive alcohol consumption prompt warning from coroner The deaths of four men from excessive alcohol consumption has prompted a Tasmanian coroner to call for greater awareness...
2015/04/07 15:26
2015/04/07 15:26
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Kon and Bernadette Koliampas with her two sons, Isaak, 11, and Xavier, 8, in Melbourne. Photo: Wayne Taylor Supermarket meltdowns, nagging, tears before bedtime, tussles with siblings and gargantuan...
2015/04/05 00:24
2015/04/05 00:24
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Life-changing results: Sandra Sharman is a private stem cell patient. Photo: Meredith O'Shea Last week, Suzie Palmer, 44, travelled from her home in NSW to the Gold Coast for her second round of...
2015/04/01 01:28
2015/04/01 01:28
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Auckland-based IT services firm Datacom has won a A$242 million contract to provide infrastructure and support services to the Australian federal Department of Health following what the company says...
2015/04/01 01:16
2015/04/01 01:16
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A plane from Australia's Royal Flying Doctor Service. Local tech company Datacom has just won a $248m contract with Australia's Department of Health. Photo / Thinkstock Auckland based IT company...
2015/03/30 10:24
2015/03/30 10:24
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... we'd like to see is a cutback of promotions, particularly through sport, and remove it from schools": Jane Martin of Obesity Policy Coalition. Photo: Ken Irwin Coca-Cola has launched a...
2015/03/29 22:44
2015/03/29 22:44
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Two of NSW's maximum security jails are the focus of a world-first trial of a new wonder drug designed to stop the spread of the blood-borne disease Hepatitis C. Two of NSW's maximum security jails...
2015/03/27 13:02
2015/03/27 13:02
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Homeopathy is quackery. It can’t be repeated often enough. Homeopathy is The One Quackery To Rule Them All. It is based on prescientific vitalism and principles so addled that one must wonder whether...
2015/03/27 12:08
2015/03/27 12:08
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The role of nutrition as part of a healthy lifestyle is well understood by the medical profession but whether this information is easily conveyed to patients is another matter. How much confidence...
2015/04/17 00:52
2015/04/17 00:52
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