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Subsidised nannies for nurses, midwives and paramedics 28-04-2015

Shift-working nurses, midwives and paramedics can apply to access subsidised nannies for childcare at home, under a new Federal Government trial. The $246 million two-year project, set to be funded in the upcoming Federal Budget, will extend subsi

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Swollen neck glands 'cancer fear' 28-04-2015

New research shows persistently swollen neck glands could be an indication of cancer, and GPs should refer patients with such symptoms to a specialist. Patients who have persistently swollen neck glands should be referred for specialist investigat

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  • Subsidised nannies for nurses, midwives and paramedics 28-04-2015

    Shift-working nurses, midwives and paramedics can apply to access subsidised nannies for childcare at home, under a new Federal Government trial. The $246 million two-year project, set to be funded in the upcoming Federal Budget, will extend subsi

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  • Swollen neck glands 'cancer fear' 28-04-2015

    New research shows persistently swollen neck glands could be an indication of cancer, and GPs should refer patients with such symptoms to a specialist. Patients who have persistently swollen neck glands should be referred for specialist investigat

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  • Workforce hit hard by diabetic eye disease 28-04-2015

    Diabetics are being urged to have regular eye checks, as a new report shows the huge cost to Australia of diabetic eye disease. Experts are calling for urgent action on diabetic eye disease, as a new report estimates it will cost Australia $2.07 b

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  • Nurses and midwives fight for workers' rights 28-04-2015

    Nurses and midwives have joined thousands of workers across Australia campaigning to defend penalty rates and other shift allowances. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) members yesterday joined teachers, and construction, maritime

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  • Parental link to childhood diabetes 28-04-2015

    Children born to parents with diabetes have a far higher risk of developing type 1 diabetes, research shows. Children born to fathers with diabetes are around five times more at risk of developing type 1 diabetes as those without it. Those with

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  • Walk with midwives to raise funds for Indigenous midwifery students 28-04-2015

    Midwives for a better tomorrow. That’s the theme of this year’s International Day of the Midwife (IDM), established by the International Confederation of Midwives, and held around the globe each year on May 5. The Australian College

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  • Caterpillar fungus to treat arthritis? 27-04-2015

    Sufferers of osteoarthritis might be getting some pain relief from a fungus that lives on caterpillars found in China. A fungus found on caterpillars could be used to relieve pain in osteoarthritis sufferers, according to British researchers. S

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  • Prostate cancer 'seeds' treatment hailed 27-04-2015

    A new study has found that permanently inserting tiny radioactive implants into the prostate gland has been more successful at banishing cancer.  A prostate cancer treatment using permanently-implanted radioactive "seeds" doubles ra

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  • Hundreds of nurses and midwives keen to combat Ebola 24-04-2015

    Hundreds of Australian nurses and midwives want to join the fight against the deadly Ebola virus sweeping West Africa. An Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) survey has revealed more than 350 nurses and midwives, out of 1375 respond

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  • Aussie health professionals sign up for Ebola response 24-04-2015

    More than a thousand health professionals have applied to join the Australian Government’s response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Health care provider Aspen Medical, which is coordinating the provision of a 100-bed Ebola Treatment Un

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