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2014/12/21 22:26
2014/12/21 22:26
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SIMON SANTOW: Some of Australia's biggest research institutes are working together to tackle a stubborn problem. More women than ever are starting careers in science, but in the senior ranks, the...
2014/12/21 22:26
2014/12/21 22:26
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2014/12/17 05:41
2014/12/17 05:41
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PHOTOS: We pay tribute to the Australians killed on Flight MH17. Michael and Carol Clancy, of Wollongong Following a 35-year career as a primary school teacher, Mr Clancy, from Wollongong, had...
2014/12/15 07:17
2014/12/15 07:17
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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CHANGES TO AGENCIES WHAT WILL CHANGE? - 15 bodies consolidated - Two transferred out of government - 26 bodies merged - Government saves $539.5 million, including the 76 already...
2014/12/14 23:24
2014/12/14 23:24
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... accounting': Joe Hockey. Photo: Kate Geraghty As an accountant turned journo, I try to ensure the creative accounting used to make the budget figures look better than they really are...
2014/12/11 06:00
2014/12/11 06:00
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The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is urging Australians to exercise more caution when ordering direct-to-consumer genetic testing kits such as 23andMe, Navigenics and Family...
2014/12/09 15:41
2014/12/09 15:41
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In this study, researchers determined that (+)-SJ733 uses a novel mechanism to kill the parasite by recruiting the immune system to eliminate malaria-infected red blood cells. In a mouse model of...
2014/12/09 03:26
2014/12/09 03:26
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NHMRC releases guidelines after concerns online genetic tests may not meet quality standards Experts are warning Australians to be extremely careful when ordering genetic tests online, saying the...
2014/12/05 04:13
2014/12/05 04:13
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World Cancer Congress releases new guidelines for prostate cancer testing December 5, 2014 11:28 am MELBOURNE, Dec. 4 — Prostate cancer checks in australia are set to improve after cancer agencies...
2014/12/04 21:42
2014/12/04 21:42
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Being obese or overweight is a major risk factor for the development of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. Whilst a number of factors may be involved, the precise explanation for the link...
2014/12/03 16:43
2014/12/03 16:43
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The latest research from the University of Adelaide challenges current thinking on whether many people with tooth loss really need dentures. The findings have major implications for public dental...
2014/12/03 14:51
2014/12/03 14:51
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Although Vitamin D deficiency is commonly associated with bone and muscle weakness, new research suggests the vitamin may also be vital for mental health. University of Georgia researchers led an...
2014/12/03 05:44
2014/12/03 05:44
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A LOCAL naturopath is disappointed that a review by the National Health and Medical Research Council has found there is no reliable evidence that homeopathy can treat health conditions. A LOCAL...
2014/12/02 16:42
2014/12/02 16:42
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The researchers showed that chromosomal instability -- which is a hallmark of rapidly dividing cancer cells -- makes them stressed and vulnerable to mild metabolic disruption. Metabolism is the normal...
2014/12/02 11:36
2014/12/02 11:36
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BBC News - Tennis: Australian Open changes 2015 heat policy For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Some matches were halted during the 2014...
2014/12/02 07:46
2014/12/02 07:46
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The quest to build a bionic eye in Australia has received a $3 million boost, allowing the ambitious project to reach human trials next year. Monash Vision Group announced on Tuesday the respective...
2014/12/01 04:36
2014/12/01 04:36
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BBC News - Australia sweats over extreme hot weather For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page A sculpture called "We're fryin' out here" at a...
2014/12/01 01:36
2014/12/01 01:36
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... mmol/L of sodium versus 77 mmol/L of sodium in maintenance intravenous fluid therapy for children in hospital (PIMS): a randomised controlled double-blind trial Use of hypotonic intravenous fluid...
2014/11/29 04:12
2014/11/29 04:12
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Researcher Kylie Hesketh seeks solutions that will help the community. Researcher Dr Kylie Hesketh says she regularly encounters students who would like to know more about what a research career...
2014/11/29 02:17
2014/11/29 02:17
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A ROAD safety expert from the University of the Sunshine Coast has won a national award worth almost $310,000. Dr Bridie Scott-Parker was one of 125 people, chosen from 558 applications from tertiary...
2014/11/28 10:29
2014/11/28 10:29
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BOTOX injections and intensive home therapy are being trialled to overcome the characteristic paralysed arm and clenched fist that half of stroke patients are left with, letting them hug, drive and...
2014/12/21 22:26
2014/12/21 22:26
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