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08/31/2016
Healthy Tasmanian devils released to test efficacy of contagious cancer vaccine - ABC Online


ABC Online

Healthy Tasmanian devils released to test efficacy of contagious cancer vaccine
ABC Online
Thirty-three healthy Tasmanian devils have been released into the wild in the state's north to trial a vaccine against a contagious cancer. Researchers have been developing a vaccine against the devil facial tumour disease, which has wiped out more ...
Tasmanian devils beating cancer through adaptationThe New Daily
Tasmanian devils are evolving to resist a deadly cancerDaily Mail
Tasmanian Devils Evolving Rapidly To Fight CancerYahoo News
Illawarra Mercury -Telegraph.co.uk -Tech Times -The Conversation AU
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08/30/2016
Wollongong mother to face court after toddler consumes ice - ABC Online

ABC Online

Wollongong mother to face court after toddler consumes ice
ABC Online
A Wollongong mother has been ordered to front court in a fortnight or face arrest after her 21-month-old son allegedly swallowed the drug ice while in her care. Detectives from the Child Abuse Squad began investigating the 27-year-old woman from ...
Ice has ruined her life and future: motherdailytelegraph.com.au
Mother charged after toddler finds and eats 'ice' stash in NSW IllawarraThe Sydney Morning Herald
Mother charged after toddler allegedly found and ate drug iceNEWS.com.au
Courier Mail -9news.com.au -The Australian -The Australian Women's Weekly
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08/30/2016
aged care nurse known to lethally injected victims - NEWS.com.au

aged care nurse known to lethally injected victims
NEWS.com.au
AN aged care nurse accused of lethally injecting two nursing home residents and trying to kill a third knew each of his alleged victims and had treated them before, a court has heard. The Supreme Court judge-only trial of Garry Steven Davis got under ...

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08/29/2016
WA parents demand answers over baby death - NEWS.com.au

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WA parents demand answers over baby death
NEWS.com.au
The grieving parents of a seven-month-old boy who died after being sent home from two Perth hospitals and a GP clinic are demanding answers. Malakai Matui Paraone became ill on Monday last week with a fever and rash and had difficulty moving his right ...
Hospital sent baby home. He died 3 days laterPerth Now
Parents blast Perth hospitals after death of baby Malakai Matui ParaoneWAtoday
Perth Hospital Wrong Diagnosis Kills Baby? Parents Vow to Fight BackAussie Network News
Daily Mail -TVNZ -New Zealand Herald -Newshub
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08/31/2016
RM Williams fined over worker's injury - Yahoo7 News

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RM Williams fined over worker's injury
Yahoo7 News
The South Australian Industrial Court has fined RM Williams over an injury to a worker in 2015. Share Tweet Whatsapp Email. Share. RM Williams fined over injury - Yahoo7. Pinterest · Tumblr. Iconic Australian boot and clothing manufacturer RM Williams ...
RM Williams convicted after worker's fingers crushed and burntABC Online
RM Williams fined after employee suffers serious burnsInDaily
RM Williams found guilty after worker injurySafeToWork
Daily Mail
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08/31/2016
Human brains grew six times hungrier for energy as our ancestors evolved intelligence - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Human brains grew six times hungrier for energy as our ancestors evolved intelligence
Daily Mail
The size of the human brain is often used to explain how our species evolved into intelligent beings capable of outwitting other members of the animal kingdom. But it seems we may not simply owe our intelligence to a growth in grey matter in our ...
Smart people have 'blood-thirsty' brainsNEWS.com.au
Brains: It's Not The Size That CountsGizmodo Australia
A smart brain is not only big, but blood thirsty tooZME Science
Business Standard -International Business Times UK -EurekAlert (press release)
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08/31/2016
NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner under pressure as more mistakes come to light at NSW hospitals - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner under pressure as more mistakes come to light at NSW hospitals
NEWS.com.au
“MISTAKES do happen.” These were the three words the embattled NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner offered up yesterday to explain how two dead babies were mistakenly swapped leading to the grief-stricken families bidding goodbye to the wrong child.
Baby's body accidentally cremated after switch at Sydney hospitalABC Online
Tiny baby cremated by mistakedailytelegraph.com.au
Heartbreaking hospital mix-up leads to baby being cremated by mistakeThe Australian Women's Weekly
The Independent -The New Daily -Mirror.co.uk -Sky News
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08/30/2016
Spring hayfever season to be worst in years due to winter rain, experts say - ABC Online

ABC Online

Spring hayfever season to be worst in years due to winter rain, experts say
ABC Online
A wet winter is set to give way to a sneezy spring in south-eastern Australia, with this hayfever season predicted to be the worst in years. Experts have warned the winter rains will have caused increased grass growth, meaning more pollen in the air in ...
Season for sneezing loomsThe Border Mail
Something in the air? Melbourne's hay fever season tipped to be bad this spring3AW

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08/30/2016
National Cancer Register aims to save lives - Milton Ulladulla Times

Milton Ulladulla Times

National Cancer Register aims to save lives
Milton Ulladulla Times
We recently renovated our house and I want to recommend the guys for doing such ... Local walking group. I'm trying to organise a walking group in my area. So far we have 6 people in th... Anyone tried the new cafe? Has anyone tried that new cafe yet?
New national cancer register planned9news.com.au
New cancer screening for early detectionTimes of India
Minister's plan to introduce national cancer registerAustralian Journal of Pharmacy (registration) (blog)

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08/30/2016
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Leave a 'Chemical Signature' in the Blood - Live Science

Live Science

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Leave a 'Chemical Signature' in the Blood
Live Science
People with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) can wait years before being diagnosed with the condition, and there is no single test for it. But a new study may have found a "chemical signature" for the condition — a set of molecules in the blood that's ...
Chronic fatigue syndrome appears to leave a 'chemical signature' in the bloodScienceAlert
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Shows Distinct Metabolomic Signatures, UCSD Study SaysGenomeWeb
How Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Affects Your MetabolismPacific Standard
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