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Healthcare Australia to acquire Randstad Care 06-05-2015

Australia's largest nursing agency and healthcare recruitment network Healthcare Australia (HCA) today announced that they are acquiring Randstad Care, (Randstad's health & Community care business) which is listed on the NYSE Euronext Ams

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More veterans seeking mental help 06-05-2015

The number of veterans seeking help for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health problems has increased sharply over the last year. Military charity Combat Stress reported a 26 per cent rise in levels of former services person

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    Australia's largest nursing agency and healthcare recruitment network Healthcare Australia (HCA) today announced that they are acquiring Randstad Care, (Randstad's health & Community care business) which is listed on the NYSE Euronext Ams

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  • More veterans seeking mental help 06-05-2015

    The number of veterans seeking help for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health problems has increased sharply over the last year. Military charity Combat Stress reported a 26 per cent rise in levels of former services person

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  • Vic patients can ask for same gender doc 06-05-2015

    A major Victorian hospital has changed its policy to allow patients to request to see a doctor of the same gender for cultural or religious reasons. A Melbourne hospital has changed its policy so patients can request a doctor of the same gender fo

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  • Rally a humorous antidote to cancer 06-05-2015

    A mad band of fundraisers, variously dressed as drag queens, Star Wars characters and beer wenches, is about to tackle the outback for cancer research. When cancer crusader James Freeman raises a toast to his beloved mum on Mother's Day he'

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  • New screening for pregnant women 05-05-2015

    Trials of a new screening test for common pregnancy complications have been successful, say Adelaide researchers. Researchers say they've come up with a new screening test to predict a woman's risk of developing one or more of the four com

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  • Many asthma deaths preventable: UK report 05-05-2015

    Australia should learn from "shocking" findings on asthma deaths in the UK, a conference in Brisbane has been told. Complacency about asthma could be leading to preventable deaths in Australia, a conference has been told. Better educa

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  • WA mum calls for medicinal cannabis trial 04-05-2015

    A Perth mother whose nine-year-old daughter suffers from chronic pain is calling on the WA government to take part in medicinal cannabis trials. For chronic pain sufferers like nine-year-old Lily Poulter, life is about numbers. For Lily the cru

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  • Cataract blitzes not long-term solution 04-05-2015

    Surgical blitzes to treat eye disease don't fix long-term problems in Indigenous eye care, say experts. Surgical blitzes to treat cataracts might make investors feel good but indigenous Australians urgently need ongoing eye services, say ophth

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  • Qld leads nation for expanding waistline 04-05-2015

    Queensland is home to half the nation's fattest, laziest regions - and unless that changes, the state can expect a heart disease epidemic. Forget beer - Queenslanders could soon be more famous for the four Xs on their clothing tags than their

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  • People with HIV can conceive naturally without infecting partner or child 01-05-2015

    Jennifer Power, La Trobe University A new pill could enable people living with HIV to conceive children through sex without risking the health of their HIV-negative partner. HIV and pregnancy is not a topic we hear a lot about in Australia. But

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