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Don't count calories, say experts 27-08-2015

Experts from Britain and the US say eating healthily is more important than counting calories - a view not shared by some of their peers. Doctors are being urged to promote the powerful benefit of healthy food rather than focusing on calories and

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Flu shot protects against heart attacks 27-08-2015

The risk of a heart attack is reduced by almost one-third in older people who have the flu jab compared with those who don't, a study shows. The flu jab doesn't just keep the virus away, it can reduce the risk of a heart attack for people

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  • Don't count calories, say experts 27-08-2015

    Experts from Britain and the US say eating healthily is more important than counting calories - a view not shared by some of their peers. Doctors are being urged to promote the powerful benefit of healthy food rather than focusing on calories and

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  • Flu shot protects against heart attacks 27-08-2015

    The risk of a heart attack is reduced by almost one-third in older people who have the flu jab compared with those who don't, a study shows. The flu jab doesn't just keep the virus away, it can reduce the risk of a heart attack for people

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  • Blood test could predict cancer relapse 27-08-2015

    Researchers say a new blood test could potentially help predict breast cancer relapses earlier, and help refine treatments. An experimental blood test may be able to predict whether a woman with breast cancer will suffer a relapse months before ne

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  • Falls sending more to hospital 26-08-2015

    A new study says more Australians are going to hospital for injuries from falls. Falls are sending more Australians to hospital than ever before, most of them older people. But fewer are ending up in hospital for poisoning and drowning. A ne

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  • Early exposure to peanuts recommended 26-08-2015

    A major study has found exposure to peanuts in infancy seemed to help build tolerance - contrary to conventional thinking. A pediatricians' group is recommending that infants at high risk of peanut allergies be given foods containing peanuts b

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  • Govt pays for mental health failure 26-08-2015

    Mental health experts say the current system is failing patients and a waste of government funds. The federal government is wasting $10 billion a year on a mental health system that fails its patients, Australia's leading experts have told a S

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  • 'Major step' toward universal flu vaccine 25-08-2015

    Scientists say they have made a significant breakthrough in the quest to create a "universal" flu vaccine. Scientists have taken a major step towards creating a vaccine that works against multiple strains of influenza, according to two s

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  • No subsidy for Meningococcal B vaccine 25-08-2015

    Parents who wish to vaccinate their child against meningococcal B will be faced with a pricey bill after it was rejected by the government's PBAC. Parents who want to vaccinate their child against meningococcal B will still be smacked with a $

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  • Twitter liberates adults with no speech 24-08-2015

    Twitter levels the playing field for adults with no speech including those who have had a stroke or motor neurone disease, say researchers. People with communication disabilities tend to flourish on Twitter. While other users might be disadvant

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  • Dementia rates may be stabilising: study 21-08-2015

    A review of data from Sweden, the Netherlands, Britain and Spain has shown the percentage of the population with dementia holding steady.The occurrence of dementia and Alzheimer's disease may have stabilised in some wealthy nations, according to

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