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2015/07/05 07:55
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Worldwide, there are around 390 million cases of dengue a year - a potentially deadly mosquito-borne virus. But according to a new study published in the journal Science, researchers have made a...
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2015/07/05 07:20
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When it comes to shaping our brains our environment plays a big role. In fact it’s the ‘thinking’ in response to our environmental experiences and interaction with our world that actually shapes our...
2015/07/05 07:20
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Mary De Garis (1881- 1963) and other Melbourne Hospital residents, 1905-1906. Photo: Supplied In 1914 Mary De Garis was the resident doctor in Tibooburra, one of the most remote outback towns in NSW,...
2015/07/05 05:05
2015/07/05 05:05
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Around the world last year about 1,269,480,000,000 cups of coffee were drunk. Photo: Erin Jonasson In March this year, after a project that lasted just shy of two decades, scientists at Japan's...
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2015/07/04 16:55
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If you're troubled by an unpleasant squeaking sound that you can't put your finger on, it's probably the 34 million members of adultery website Ashley Madison getting it discreetly on with other...
2015/07/04 04:20
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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield performs his zero-gravity version of David Bowie's hit, Space Oddity. Photo: NASA Here am I floating round my tin can Far above the Moon Planet Earth is blue The...
2015/07/04 01:50
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Hadley Eames covers Gemma Cousins with stones as they sunbathe on a hot Summer day at Brighton beach in Britain Photo: Reuters As Germany and Spain sweated and London sweltered through its hottest...
2015/07/03 22:19
2015/07/03 22:19
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Adam Goodes, pictured in an advertisement supporting gay marriage, has been touted as a possible Nationals candidate for Indi. THE Nationals’ recent recruiting of well-known footballers as candidates...
2015/07/03 05:49
2015/07/03 05:49
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Companies harness environment to help workers smell the roses Biophilic design seeks to bridge divide between natural and built environments Research into the global impact of biophilic design in the...
2015/07/02 02:29
2015/07/02 02:29
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SEE where serial killers were doomed to life in jail, esteemed thespians got their start and where dignitaries share tea with the Governor when Melbourne’s buildings open to the public later this...
2015/07/02 01:34
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The recent decision by the Supreme Court of the US (SCOTUS) on marriage equality has been heralded as a milestone in addressing discrimination against people in same-sex partnerships and also broader...
2015/07/01 20:26
2015/07/01 20:26
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Fact check: Does a formal no case sink a constitutional referendum? Supporters of the proposal to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution are worried political division could sink a...
2015/07/01 17:46
2015/07/01 17:46
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EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon State University scientists are looking for a link between the California drought, climate change and a mass of warm water lingering in the Pacific Ocean off the West Coast. The...
2015/07/01 04:22
2015/07/01 04:22
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Linda Dessau's background in family law exposed her to the scourge of family violence. Photo: Jesse Marlow Linda Dessau has made history boldly, becoming Victoria's first female Governor. That it has...
2015/07/01 04:20
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MELBOURNE, Australia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Prana Biotechnology(ASX:PBT) (NASDAQ:PRAN) has today announced the safety outcomes of the IMAGINE Extension study in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. A 250mg...
2015/06/30 10:55
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Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the US. Most of the people who die from the disease die from secondary cancers in other parts of the body - such as the liver - not...
2015/06/30 02:19
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Travel Updates Why Islamic State targeted Tunisia, Kuwait and France Tourists, officials lay flowers at Tunisia attack site 1:13 Tourists, along with officials from Tunisia and Britain, have laid...
2015/06/29 15:27
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Did our ability to look sideways make us human? Superior lateral vision helped us survive outside of forests, study claims French researchers examined why we have good lateral vision Our eyes are...
2015/06/29 15:05
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The $US200 million upfront payment from Novartis assures all existing investors a return of at least three times their invested capital. Photo: Peter Rae Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis...
2015/06/28 23:26
2015/06/28 23:26
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Call for more action to close gap on Indigenous gap on eye health Gains have been made in closing the gap on eye health between Indigenous and other Australians, but much still needs to be done,...
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