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09/29/2016
Fed government admits health data breach - SBS


SBS

Fed government admits health data breach
SBS
Investigations are under way after the federal Health Department admitted de-identified health data it released was able to be decoded by researchers. Source: AAP. 29 Sep 2016 - 5:26 PM UPDATED 3 MINS AGO ...
Ley apologises for data breachSky News Australia
GP freeze high on agenda at doctor eventYahoo7 News
The Australian sells its front pageCrikey (registration)

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09/29/2016
Coles and Woolworths bread under recall after metal pieces found inside - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Coles and Woolworths bread under recall after metal pieces found inside
The Sydney Morning Herald
More than a dozen types of bread products sold at Coles, Woolworths and many other stores, have been recalled after small metal pieces were found inside. Don't Play. Up Next. null. Video duration: 01:49. Aldi vs Coles. Cancel. Replay. Replay Video Icon.
Bread roll recall in NSW over metal fearsNEWS.com.au
Bread recalled over small metal piecesSky News Australia
Recall issued for 17 bread products sold at NSW and ACT supermarkets after metal pieces found inside9news.com.au
Yahoo7 News -SBS -Perth Now -Ten Eyewitness News
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09/29/2016
Being on the pill puts you at greater risk of depression, study finds - ABC Online

ABC Online

Being on the pill puts you at greater risk of depression, study finds
ABC Online
Teenage girls who are on the pill are nearly twice as likely to suffer from depression, a massive new study has found. Dr Øjvind Lidegaard from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark studied one million girls and women aged between 15 and 34 over a 13 ...
The Pill 'doubles risk of depression in teenage girls'The Australian
study of contraceptive pill finds link to depressionThe Sydney Morning Herald
Women on the pill are 23% more likely to be treated for depressionScienceAlert
SBS -U.S. News & World Report -Medical Daily -Huffington Post
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09/29/2016
Treatment for peanut allergies could be available in five years according to Melbourne researcher - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Treatment for peanut allergies could be available in five years according to Melbourne researcher
9news.com.au
Professor Mimi Tang (bottom left) is among a team of researchers from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute who are looking to develop a treatment for children who suffer from peanut allergies. (9NEWS). FTBAPGL. Melbourne researchers are on the ...
Australian researchers are a step closer to a peanut allergy vaccineThe Age
'It's a potential cure': Breakthrough in deadly peanut allergyYahoo7 News
Peanut allergy cure one step closer after $8m cash boost to Melbourne treatmentHerald Sun
Aussie Network News -Ten Eyewitness News -Xinhua
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09/29/2016
One in three adults will be obese within a decade, modelling predicts - ABC Online

ABC Online

One in three adults will be obese within a decade, modelling predicts
ABC Online
New modelling predicts 35 per cent of adults will be obese by 2025, with younger people now gaining weight at higher rates than ever before. Key points: Modelling predicts one in three adults will be classified as obese by 2025; Young adults gaining ...
Collective girth: when the obese will outnumber the healthy in AustraliaThe Sydney Morning Herald
Beyond BMI: The other health markers you should be watchingBrisbane Times
Use keywords to search content on this websiteThe Advertiser
Gizmodo Australia -SBS -Aussie Network News -Irish Independent
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09/26/2016
Jefferson County pilot dental program to expand to three adjacent counties - WatertownDailyTimes.com

Jefferson County pilot dental program to expand to three adjacent counties
WatertownDailyTimes.com
Addie Hewitt, 7, gets a filling with Dr. Jackie Lam and Jessica Denney Monday at the North Country Health Center on Arsenal Street in Watertown. Tweet. ARTICLE OPTIONS. A A. print this article. e-mail this article. “Keep the North Country Smiling” is ...

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09/28/2016
Australian scientist develops new super supplement Renovatio - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Australian scientist develops new super supplement Renovatio
Daily Mail
An Australian scientist has created a potent new antioxidant supplement by using a groundbreaking extraction method to isolate the 'holy grail' of disease-fighting molecules. The revolutionary new technique pioneered by Dr Vincent Candrawinata, a ...
Scientist unlocks the apple's superpowerThe Australian
New antioxidant extraction method developed by University of Newcastle researcherABC Online

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09/29/2016
Dementia set to become leading cause of death 'in the next few years' - Australian Ageing Agenda

Australian Ageing Agenda

Dementia set to become leading cause of death 'in the next few years'
Australian Ageing Agenda
Heart disease has been Australia's leading cause of death since the early 20th century but that could change as dementia death rates continue to rise, latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show. Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease ...
Australian household wealth now stands at $8.9 trillionBusiness Insider Australia
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS dataThe Sydney Morning Herald
Elderly suicides 'unbearable to think about'The Australian
Northern Star -9news.com.au -Pro Bono Australia -Starts at 60
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09/28/2016
Anti-Vax Mom's Wake-Up Call: All Three Children Sick With Deadly And Preventable Disease - The Inquisitr

The Inquisitr

Anti-Vax Mom's Wake-Up Call: All Three Children Sick With Deadly And Preventable Disease
The Inquisitr
Kristen O'Meara, a self-proclaimed anti-vax mom, had done tons of research regarding vaccines and the potential risks associated with vaccinating children. After her research, this anti-vax mom made the decision not to vaccinate her three daughters.
Former Anti-Vaxx Mom: "I Put My Kids at Risk"KVRR
This Anti-Vaxx Mom Is Now Pro-Vaccine After All 3 Of Her Kids Got SickSELF

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09/29/2016
Cancer Council says you hold the cards to reducing cancer - AdNews

B&T

Cancer Council says you hold the cards to reducing cancer
AdNews
Cancer Council has launched a new campaign to communicate evidence that shows one in three cases of cancer each year can be prevented by healthier choices. A new campaign from the Cancer Council is tackling the low awareness across the state of all ...
The cancer risks most Australians don't knowThe Sydney Morning Herald

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