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03/25/2017
Measles patient confirmed in Brisbane - NEWS.com.au


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Measles patient confirmed in Brisbane
NEWS.com.au
A young adult has tested positive to measles in Brisbane and health authorities are concerned there could be more cases. Public Health Physician Dr Penny Hutchinson says the patient was infectious from March 6 to 11. Symptoms usually start around 10 ...
Measles case confirmed in BrisbanemyGC.com.au

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03/26/2017
Queensland female scientists receive STEM award for research into latex, snake venom - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Queensland female scientists receive STEM award for research into latex, snake venom
Brisbane Times
Two leading female scientists have taken out the Queensland Women in STEM award for their work in improving latex and research into snake venom. University of Queensland's Dr Nasim Amiralian took out the Judge's Choice award for her discovery of ...

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03/26/2017
Mental health of employees costing businesses, SA commissioner Chris Burns says - The Advertiser

The Advertiser

Mental health of employees costing businesses, SA commissioner Chris Burns says
The Advertiser
EMPLOYERS should be running mental health first-aid courses and finding new ways to stem its rising cost to the state's economy, according to South Australia's mental health commissioner. Of all disease-related compensation claims, 77 per cent were for ...
A depleted state system fails many with serious mental illnessThe Boston Globe
Always offer your helpThe Newark Advocate

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03/26/2017
Purple Day and epilepsy: How I helped care for my sister and grandma - Metro

Metro

Purple Day and epilepsy: How I helped care for my sister and grandma
Metro
Drop, shake and sleep – three things I hoped I'd never see in a row. But I did. metro illustrations How to look after your mental health when you're always on the internet. I saw my grandma have big seizures, known as grand mal seizures and I saw my ...
Pain triggered a seizure during labour, necessitating an emergency CS: Jackline Ng'ang'a's battle with epilepsySDE Entertainment News (satire) (press release) (blog)
Purple Day Dedicated to the Awareness of EpilepsyPrescott eNews
National Epilepsy Awareness Day (Purple Day)Roodepoort Record
Her.ie -Bundaberg News Mail
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03/25/2017
'So what if my results say I'm doing better? I'm still dying – just not right now' - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'So what if my results say I'm doing better? I'm still dying – just not right now'
The Sydney Morning Herald
Public servant Amanda Richards* expected to be dead by last Christmas if she didn't have chemo to stop the aggressive metastatic cancer that had crept from her breast to her liver. And when the chemotherapy stopped working, her oncologist put her on ...

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03/25/2017
'People stepped over me': epilepsy's power comes from ignorance - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'People stepped over me': epilepsy's power comes from ignorance
The Sydney Morning Herald
At age 60, Ross McSwain opens up after a lifetime spent hiding his epilepsy and living in fear of seizures. Sometime, when I was about four, in a small, isolated country kitchen in regional Victoria, my mother noticed that I was taking "funny turns ...

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03/26/2017
DNA 'mistakes' cause most cancers: study - Radio New Zealand

Radio New Zealand

DNA 'mistakes' cause most cancers: study
Radio New Zealand
New research has found most cancers are caused by unpredictable defects that occur when cells divide. Cancer cells spreading and growing through the body via red blood cells. Photo: 123RF. The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Centre in America, which ...
UK children to get best chances at beating cancer after £1.5m pledgeSky News
Most cancers caused by random DNA mistakesManila Bulletin
Every child with cancer to have tumour DNA sequenced to find best treatmentTelegraph.co.uk
WSB Atlanta -Salina Journal (subscription)
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03/26/2017
Hippos are helping kids brush up on better dental health - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Hippos are helping kids brush up on better dental health
Herald Sun
HAVING a brush with a hungry hippo could be the secret to saving children's chompers*. Faced with an increasing* number of children hospitalised with decaying teeth, Dental Health Services Victoria has asked for help from the hippopotamuses. Just like ...

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03/25/2017
Dozens of patients' medical records found lying in Melbourne street - The Age

The Age

Dozens of patients' medical records found lying in Melbourne street
The Age
A hospital is being investigated for breaching the privacy of dozens of patients after medical records revealing a "swollen penis" and mental illnesses among other things, were found in a Coburg street. The Australian Information and Privacy ...

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03/23/2017
Scientists discover vitamin that may reverse the ageing process - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Scientists discover vitamin that may reverse the ageing process
NEWS.com.au
SCIENTISTS are a step closer to unlocking the mystery of how to reverse the ageing process. They've discovered that a natural compound found in fruit and vegetables including avocado and broccoli can help repair DNA that's been damaged by ageing and ...
It's Happening: Scientists Can Now Reverse DNA Ageing in MiceScienceAlert
DNA repair discovery could lead to drugs to reverse ageing, fight cancer and help space travelABC Online
The vitamin that reverses ageing could make a trip to Mars a realityCourier Mail
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