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Diabetics at greater risk of TB: study 28-07-2015

Diabetics should all be screened for tuberculosis because they are seven times more likely to develop TB, a Queensland study has found. People with diabetes are up to seven times more likely to catch tuberculosis, Queensland scientists say. A 2

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Rural Australian's health suffering 28-07-2015

The health of Australians in rural and remote areas is generally poorer than that of people in cities, a new report shows. Suicide rates are 66 per cent higher in the country than in Australian cities, while deaths from all causes in remote areas

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  • Diabetics at greater risk of TB: study 28-07-2015

    Diabetics should all be screened for tuberculosis because they are seven times more likely to develop TB, a Queensland study has found. People with diabetes are up to seven times more likely to catch tuberculosis, Queensland scientists say. A 2

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  • Rural Australian's health suffering 28-07-2015

    The health of Australians in rural and remote areas is generally poorer than that of people in cities, a new report shows. Suicide rates are 66 per cent higher in the country than in Australian cities, while deaths from all causes in remote areas

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  • Italy doctors held amid baby milk 'bribes' 27-07-2015

    Italian police suspect doctors have been promoting baby milk formula over breastfeeding in exchange for kickbacks. Italian police have placed 12 doctors under house arrest on suspicion of promoting baby milk formula over breastfeeding in exchange

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  • Dementia kills more Aussies than strokes 27-07-2015

    Dementia is now Australia's second biggest killer, overtaking stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases. The Australian Bureau of Statistics says Alzheimer's disease and other dementia accounted for about 11,000 deaths in 2013, an increase

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  • Australia's first medicinal cannabis trial announced 27-07-2015

    The NSW government has announced the first trial into medicinal cannabis will begin in early next year at a Newcastle hospital. Australia's first medicinal cannabis trial will begin next year at a Newcastle hospital. About 30 adults will pa

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  • Organising Safe Transitions from Intensive Care 24-07-2015

    Key Points • Transfers from critical care are complex due to the severity of conditions • If transfers are not handled properly, many patients will have to be readmitted to ICU • Patients can become emotional during transfers and fe

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  • Nurse to patient ratios vital in aged care 24-07-2015

    Nurse to patient ratios in Australia’s aged care facilities will improve residents’ care and bolster the sector as a more attractive career path for nurses, according to the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF). The ANMF

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  • Male nurses earn more than female nurses 24-07-2015

    Male nurses are earning an average of $5100 more a year than female nurses despite working in a female-dominated profession, according to new research to come out of the United States. A study of 290,000 registered nurses spanning 25 years, publis

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  • OVA systems fail nurses, midwives and paramedics 24-07-2015

    The systems and processes designed to protect health care workers are not as robust and comprehensive as those in place for patients, according to the Victorian Auditor-General’s report. Auditor-General John Doyle, in his Occupational Violen

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  • Students continue to work towards nursing careers 24-07-2015

    New Zealand students are continuing to pursue careers in nursing despite 571 new graduates looking for jobs earlier this year. With nursing workforce shortages predicted in New Zealand in 2017, universities have reported nursing enrolment numbers

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