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Healthcare Technology - Latest Developments 27-05-2016

Innovation and entrepreneurial activity in the Healthcare Technology sector is leading to rapid advancements and the delivery of major improvements in the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery. A list of the latest and most exciting health

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The power of movement - How dancing is helping people with Parkinson's 27-05-2016

The Dance for Parkinson’s Disease program has been sweeping the globe, one dance step at a time, since it first began in New York 15 years ago. Queensland researchers have found the program has physical, social, cognitive and emotional benefits

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    Innovation and entrepreneurial activity in the Healthcare Technology sector is leading to rapid advancements and the delivery of major improvements in the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery. A list of the latest and most exciting health

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  • The power of movement - How dancing is helping people with Parkinson's 27-05-2016

    The Dance for Parkinson’s Disease program has been sweeping the globe, one dance step at a time, since it first began in New York 15 years ago. Queensland researchers have found the program has physical, social, cognitive and emotional benefits

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  • Confused about the Medicare rebate freeze? Here's what you need to know 27-05-2016

    The Australian Labor Party announced yesterday that it will lift the Medicare rebate freeze if elected to office in the July federal election. We know health issues feature strongly in election debates, but what does this proposal actually mean for m

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  • Can a lack of love be deadly? 27-05-2016

    I taught myself about orphanages 12 years ago, not actually because of my work as a human biologist but because of my daughter. She was born in 2004 and her first 14 months of life were spent in an orphanage in China. I am well acquainted with the

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  • Ketamine could be the answer to cutting costs and pain 27-05-2016

    Patients given ketamine were half as likely to experience persistent pain after surgery than those given a placebo, say researchers. Using the cheap drug ketamine to prevent persistent pain after surgery could potentially save the world's heal

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  • Nearly 1000 killed in attacks on health workers 27-05-2016

    WHO has documented 594 attacks resulting in 959 deaths and 1561 injuries in 19 countries with emergencies between January 2014 and December 2015. Nearly 1000 people have been killed in attacks on health centres worldwide over the past two years, a

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  • Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi are now hiring Physiotherapists 26-05-2016

    Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, part of Mubadala’s network of world-class healthcare facilities, is a multispecialty hospital on Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is a unique and unparalleled extension of US-based Cleve

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  • Smoking while pregant linked to schizophrenia in offspring 25-05-2016

    People have an increased risk of schizophrenia if their mothers smoked during pregnancy, according to a study. Smoking during pregnancy can increase the risk of a baby developing schizophrenia later in life, a study has found. Heavy nicotine le

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  • Gastric surgery promoted as treatment option for diabetes 25-05-2016

    Surgery to reduce the stomach and induce weight loss could have a significant benefit for hundreds of thousands of diabetes patients, health experts say. People with diabetes should be offered gastric surgery as a standard treatment option which c

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  • Make a plan, keep it personal: the future of dementia care 25-05-2016

    When Graham Gilmore developed some memory “hiccups” in his late 50s, his wife, Imelda, reasoned that all would be fine once he retired at 60. Retire he did, but by the time Graham turned 61, it was apparent there was something seriousl

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