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A World of Opportunities with Geneva Healthcare 26-05-2015

Back in 2012, New Zealand nurse Merryn Carr decided it was time for a change.  With adult children and no commitments at home, the time was right to pack her bags and go on an Australian adventure.  “I contacted Geneva Healthcare beca

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Families crucial in the deadly fight against eating disorders 26-05-2015

From the cause to the cure: Australian families have become key members of the clinical team in the fight against eating disorders which has become one of our countries most devastating mental health illnesses. This week families from around Austr

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  • A World of Opportunities with Geneva Healthcare 26-05-2015

    Back in 2012, New Zealand nurse Merryn Carr decided it was time for a change.  With adult children and no commitments at home, the time was right to pack her bags and go on an Australian adventure.  “I contacted Geneva Healthcare beca

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  • Families crucial in the deadly fight against eating disorders 26-05-2015

    From the cause to the cure: Australian families have become key members of the clinical team in the fight against eating disorders which has become one of our countries most devastating mental health illnesses. This week families from around Austr

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  • Saw found in cupboard 'used in amputation' 26-05-2015

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  • Overweight teens risk bowel cancer 26-05-2015

    Very overweight as teenagers are twice as likely to develop bowel cancer in middle age, a study has found. Teenagers who are very overweight may run double the risk of developing colorectal cancer when they reach middle age. Researchers tracked

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

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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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