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New Australian health website launched 29-06-2015

A new website aims to give Australians medically verified information on a range of health topics. There's a new doctor in town, but Australians only need to go online for a visit to get information about their health. A team of medical aca

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Parents' joy at Leia's hearing 29-06-2015

A pioneering surgery used to restore hearing in adults who have lost the auditory nerve is now being used for deaf children born without it. A little girl who was born profoundly deaf will be able to hear her parents sing happy birthday after beco

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  • New Australian health website launched 29-06-2015

    A new website aims to give Australians medically verified information on a range of health topics. There's a new doctor in town, but Australians only need to go online for a visit to get information about their health. A team of medical aca

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  • Parents' joy at Leia's hearing 29-06-2015

    A pioneering surgery used to restore hearing in adults who have lost the auditory nerve is now being used for deaf children born without it. A little girl who was born profoundly deaf will be able to hear her parents sing happy birthday after beco

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  • Risk of repeat stillbirth higher: study 26-06-2015

    Researchers say pre-pregnancy counselling services should be provided to women who had a stillbirth, as well as advice on changing lifestyle factors. Chances of having another stillbirth are four times higher for women who had a stillbirth before,

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  • It's not too late for flu jab, say doctors 26-06-2015

    Australians are being urged to get vaccinated against influenza, as doctors say the laboratory-confirmed cases this year are only the tip of the iceberg. Australia could be in for its worst flu season on record but doctors say it's not too lat

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  • Mental health nurses excluded from expert group 26-06-2015

    First it was nurses, midwives and nurse practitioners being excluded from the federal government’s two key health reform groups, now mental health nurses have also been overlooked. Mental health nurses, the largest part of the health care wo

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  • Suicide risk spikes after hospital: report 25-06-2015

    A new paper from the Queensland Mental Health Commission has stressed the heightened risk of suicide that follows a discharge from hospital. It's so easy to just see them as numbers on a page: 627, 30, six. But they're not numerals, t

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  • Blood, saliva test for most oral cancers 25-06-2015

    A cheap screening test that allows doctors and dentists to use blood and saliva to detect most oral cancers is in the pipeline, researchers say. A new test that uses blood and saliva to detect head and neck cancers has shown promise in a small num

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  • Essential vitamin linked to acne 25-06-2015

    The discovery that Vitamin B12 is linked to acne outbreaks could lead to new treatments for the distressing skin disorder. Vitamin B12 may be an underlying cause of acne, new research has shown. The essential nutrient, found in meat, fish, eggs

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  • Chemical mix may trigger cancer: report 24-06-2015

    Common chemicals that people are routinely exposed to may be mixing together in the body to cause cancer, researchers say. Chemicals deemed safe to humans may blend lethally together inside the human body to cause cancer, a report says. Researc

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  • Aust must act on climate change: doctors 24-06-2015

    A Lancet medical journal report warning of the major threat to global health posed by climate change shows Australia cannot "sit back and do nothing". Australia should take the lead in addressing climate change, say doctors following the

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