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Baby dies from of meningococcal in SA 25-05-2015

An Adelaide baby has died from meningococcal disease, one of five cases in SA in September. A six-month old girl has died in Adelaide from meningococcal disease. SA Health said she was one of five people diagnosed with the disease in September

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WHO: World's health systems too fragile 25-05-2015

Around 30 countries have health systems so weak they could not deal with an outbreak of a disease such as Ebola, WHO says. About 30 countries have health systems that are as dangerously weak as the ones that allowed Ebola to ravage Guinea, Liberia

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  • Baby dies from of meningococcal in SA 25-05-2015

    An Adelaide baby has died from meningococcal disease, one of five cases in SA in September. A six-month old girl has died in Adelaide from meningococcal disease. SA Health said she was one of five people diagnosed with the disease in September

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  • WHO: World's health systems too fragile 25-05-2015

    Around 30 countries have health systems so weak they could not deal with an outbreak of a disease such as Ebola, WHO says. About 30 countries have health systems that are as dangerously weak as the ones that allowed Ebola to ravage Guinea, Liberia

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  • Tobacco may be a thing of the past in Tas 25-05-2015

    Tasmania's goal to become the healthiest state in Australia by 2025 will be helped if new tobacco-free generation laws are passed, health experts say. Cigarettes will be "so last century" in Tasmania if laws are extended to prevent t

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  • WA health minister takes swipe at AMA 22-05-2015

    WA health minister Kim Hames says he is becoming concerned about the AMA's criticism of government projects. West Australian Health Minister Kim Hames says it bothers him that the Australian Medical Association keeps criticising government pro

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  • Most aged care workers earn $15 or less an hour 21-05-2015

    The first independent snapshot of New Zealand’s aged care workforce shows the average worker is female, aged over 45 and is the main breadwinner in her family yet earns $15 or less an hour. While most direct care workers love their work and

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  • WA premier says RPH could be knocked down 21-05-2015

    The WA premier has denied the government was abandoning plans for Royal Perth Hospital's future after admitting the building might need to be torn down. The West Australian premier has conceded that the Royal Perth Hospital building may need t

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  • Headphones help diagnose brain injuries 21-05-2015

    A new technique using headphones with an ear plug linked to a computer lets doctors measure fluid pressure in the skull and helps detect brain injuries. British doctors have developed a pioneering brain pressure test using a special set of headpho

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  • Legionella in Qld hospital water supply 21-05-2015

    The Hervey Bay Hospital is disinfecting its water system after it tested positive to legionella bacteria. A Queensland hospital is flushing and disinfecting its water supply after detecting legionella bacteria in the system. Patients at the Her

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  • Few doctors warn of over-diagnosis risks 21-05-2015

    Most Australians don't want doctors linked to drug companies to belong to panels defining diseases, survey finds. Most Australians screened for breast or prostate cancer are not informed of the risks of being diagnosed with a disease that may

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  • Pharmacists defend competence in wound care 20-05-2015

    Pharmacists will continue to treat minor wounds within their area of expertise and competence under the $1.26 billion earmarked for professional services outlined in the in-principle Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement (6CPA). Pharmaceutical Societ

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