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12/03/2016
Specialists called for thunderstorm asthma advance-warning system five years ago - Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Specialists called for thunderstorm asthma advance-warning system five years ago
Herald Sun
RESPIRATORY specialists in Victoria appealed for an advance-warning system for thunderstorm asthma five years ago, despite claims Melbourne's deadly weather event was unprecedented. Researchers called for more warnings when thunderstorms ...
Asthma stock in demand ahead of Sunday thunderstormThe Age
Ex-top cop to review thunderstorm asthmaNEWS.com.au
Experts warn thunderstorm asthma could return as huge storm is forecast for NSW on SundayDaily Mail
ABC Online -dailytelegraph.com.au -SBS -SportNewsCity
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12/02/2016
Australian schoolchildren make expensive HIV drug for a dime - Times of India

Times of India

Australian schoolchildren make expensive HIV drug for a dime
Times of India
SYDNEY: A group of Australian schoolchildren working on a shoestring budget have recreated the HIV drug whose price was controversially jacked up 5000% by a former hedge fund manager. US company Turing Pharmaceuticals' former chief Martin Shkreli ...
Daraprim drug's key ingredient recreated by high school students in Sydney for just $20ABC Online
Neda Vanovac (@nedavanovac) | TwitterTwitter
Martin Shkreli: Australian boys recreate life-saving drugBBC News

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12/02/2016
Stephen Hawking hospitalised in Rome - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Stephen Hawking hospitalised in Rome
The Sydney Morning Herald
Rome: British physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking has been hospitalised in Rome for checks after not feeling well but his condition is not believed to be serious, a spokesman said. Hawking, 74, who was in Rome to attend a conference at the ...
Stephen Hawking spends 'two nights in hospital' in Rome after feeling unwellThe Independent
Stephen Hawking HOSPITALISED after falling ill in ROMEExpress.co.uk
Stephen Hawking hospitalized in RomeUPI.com
Hindustan Times -Daily Caller -Zee News -ummid.com
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12/03/2016
Cancer charity Bailey's Day gives gift of happiness to baby Brooke - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Cancer charity Bailey's Day gives gift of happiness to baby Brooke
Herald Sun
BRENT Cameron remembers his little girl, Brooke, smiling for the first time. It was the day before she was diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer and his entire world turned upside down. “For the first three months we had this happy, laughing ...

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12/02/2016
New treatment prevents chemotherapy-induced hearing loss in children with cancer - News-Medical.net

New treatment prevents chemotherapy-induced hearing loss in children with cancer
News-Medical.net
Investigators from Children's Hospital Los Angeles and 37 other Children's Oncology Group hospitals in the U.S. and Canada have determined that sodium thiosulfate prevents cisplatin-induced hearing loss in children and adolescents with cancer. Results ...

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12/03/2016
Geelong baby's life saved while inside her mother's womb - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Geelong baby's life saved while inside her mother's womb
Herald Sun
MONTHS before she was even born, Chayara McKee already had her life saved through perfect timing and extraordinary efforts to treat her inside her mother's womb. When scans 25 weeks into Megan McKee's pregnancy revealed her unborn child's heart ...

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12/03/2016
New mums pressured to 'do it all' pushing dads into secondary role with their newborn children - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

New mums pressured to 'do it all' pushing dads into secondary role with their newborn children
Herald Sun
NEW mums pressured to 'do it all' are pushing dads into a secondary role and leaving them without the chance to create a vital connection with their newborn children. That's the message from experts after a recent survey which found that more than 50 ...

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12/02/2016
UK govt mulls over minimum alcohol pricing - NEWS.com.au

The Independent

UK govt mulls over minimum alcohol pricing
NEWS.com.au
The British government says it will continue to look at minimum pricing for alcohol after a report argued it could improve the country's health. Public Health England's review said that a range of measures, such as minimum pricing and tackling ...
Alcohol could get more expensive after Public Health England report says minimum pricing could improve healthMetro
No 10 refuses to rule out introducing minimum prices for alcoholDaily Mail
Alcohol-related crime, lost output and ill health costs UK £52bn a yearThe Guardian
BBC News -Express.co.uk -iNews -The Spirits Business
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12/02/2016
One dish you should not make this Christmas - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

One dish you should not make this Christmas
NEWS.com.au
IF YOU'RE cooking up a storm this festive season, forget about aioli. The Food Safety Information Council (FSIC) is advising people to buy commercially made aioli and mayonnaise this summer to avoid food poisoning. “It is better not to make these ...

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12/02/2016
New York City's AIDS Memorial Unveiled. - Instinct Magazine

Instinct Magazine

New York City's AIDS Memorial Unveiled.
Instinct Magazine
The first significant public space dedicated to the AIDS epidemic in New York City is now open to visitors. Not only does it commemorate those we have lost, the memorial is to St Vincent's Hospital where many of the first AIDS patients were treated and ...
NYC Dedicates New AIDS Memorial in Greenwich VillageArchitectural Record (registration)
New York City AIDS Memorial is unveiledTime Out New York (blog)
(Courtesy NYC AIDS MEMORIAL)The Architect's Newspaper

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