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Dial-a-doctor service launch by Telstra 03-07-2015

Telstra Health has launched a service to connect patients by phone or video to a doctor at any time of the day. Australians at home and abroad can now consult a GP by phone or video through a new 24-hour-a-day service launched by Telstra. Ready

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US sees first measles death in 12 years 03-07-2015

The first US death from measles in 12 years has been announced by health authorities after a woman's fatal pneumonia was caused by the disease. Health authorities have announced the first US death from measles in 12 years, after an autopsy sho

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  • Dial-a-doctor service launch by Telstra 03-07-2015

    Telstra Health has launched a service to connect patients by phone or video to a doctor at any time of the day. Australians at home and abroad can now consult a GP by phone or video through a new 24-hour-a-day service launched by Telstra. Ready

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  • US sees first measles death in 12 years 03-07-2015

    The first US death from measles in 12 years has been announced by health authorities after a woman's fatal pneumonia was caused by the disease. Health authorities have announced the first US death from measles in 12 years, after an autopsy sho

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  • Perth ambulance ramping ban starts 02-07-2015

    An ambulance ramping ban at Royal Perth, Fiona Stanley and Sir Charles Gairdner hospitals has gone well on its first day, the WA health minister says. Emergency departments have not descended into chaos on the first day of an ambulance ramping ban

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  • Cuba's medical milestone 02-07-2015

    Mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis has been effectively eliminated in Cuba, the first country in the world to achieve the goal. Cuba has become the first country in the world to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphi

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  • Sleep 'not best escape from trauma' 02-07-2015

    Maybe having a good sleep after a traumatic event is not the way to avoid on-going stress disorders, scientists now say. Escaping into sleep may not be the right way of dealing with a traumatic experience, a study suggests. On the contrary, a p

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  • Breast cancer screening rates drop, despite new data on life saving benefits 01-07-2015

    Cancer Council is encouraging all eligible Australian women aged 50 to 74 to consider participating in the free BreastScreen program following the release of data showing a downward trend in participation. New figures from the Australian Institute

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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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