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Nuts can reduce death from heart disease 02-03-2015

US researchers say eating nuts and peanuts can reduce your risk of death from cardiovascular disease. The next time you reach for a snack, you may want to make it a handful of nuts because research shows they can reduce your risk of death from h

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Some Aboriginal cancers diagnosed later 02-03-2015

Aboriginal people are more than twice as likely to have serious head and neck cancers by the time they're diagnosed than non-Aboriginal people, a study shows. Head and neck cancers in Aboriginal people are more than twice as likely to be dia

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  • Nuts can reduce death from heart disease 02-03-2015

    US researchers say eating nuts and peanuts can reduce your risk of death from cardiovascular disease. The next time you reach for a snack, you may want to make it a handful of nuts because research shows they can reduce your risk of death from h

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    NSW Health and the Royal Botanic Gardens have issued a warning following the rise of wild mushroom poisonings in NSW. Ten people have been rushed to NSW emergency rooms with mushroom poisoning already this month, prompting a government warning f

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  • US tobacco giants settle smoking lawsuits 26-02-2015

    Philip Morris, RJ Reynolds and Lorillard have agreed to pay $US100 million to settle 400 lawsuits seeking damages for injuries caused by smoking. Three major US tobacco companies - Philip Morris, RJ Reynolds and Lorillard - have agreed to pay $U

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  • New Zealand pharmacists vital in flu fight 26-02-2015

    More than 450 trained and accredited pharmacist vaccinators in community pharmacies across New Zealand will play a vital role in this year’s influenza campaign. As Australia inches closer to pharmacist-delivered vaccinations, New Zealand pha

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  • Virtual learning puts pharmacy students in the picture 26-02-2015

    Pharmacy students are stepping into virtual hospital and community pharmacies through an innovative training room. The new interactive teaching tool at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus projects high-definition panoramic interactive im

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  • No brain cancer boom despite more phones 26-02-2015

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    There is an increased risk of violence in individuals with clinical depression, researchers say. A diagnosis of depression increases the risk of committing violent crime three-fold, research has shown. The study of nearly 50,000 people in Swede

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