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02/21/2017
Australian men set to lose status as world's longest living blokes - The Australian


The Australian

Australian men set to lose status as world's longest living blokes
The Australian
Australian men are set to lose their status as the world's longest living blokes, new research suggests. A study led by epidemiologists from Imperial College London has found that while life expectancy is projected to increase across all developed ...
Australian men to be knocked off top spot for life expectancyThe Sydney Morning Herald
South Korea will take lead in life expectancy by 2030, study predictsABC Action News
Women's life expectancy may hit 90 by 2030 in some developed nations but US lags amid health care woesThe Japan Times
Live Science -South China Morning Post -BBC News -Washington Post
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02/21/2017
'Global epidemic' of Ross River fever 'could be as bad as Zika', scientists warn - The Age

The Age

'Global epidemic' of Ross River fever 'could be as bad as Zika', scientists warn
The Age
The Ross River virus risks becoming a global epidemic on the same scale as the Zika virus, Australian researchers say. An Australian National University and University of Adelaide study has found that Ross River transmitted by mosquitoes could be ...
Ross River 'could become global epidemic'NEWS.com.au

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02/21/2017
Paediatric doctor: Medicinal cannabis is NOT a magic cure - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

Paediatric doctor: Medicinal cannabis is NOT a magic cure
dailytelegraph.com.au
A parent tells me about watching helplessly as their infant daughter suffers, a frightened look on her face before her whole body stiffens and face turns purple. This process repeats again and again, day and night, every day. With each day, their ...
Medicinal Marijuana: Experts Divided Over Federal Government ApprovalGizmodo Australia
Medicinal marijuana could be available in Australia by AprilBusiness Insider Australia
Access to medicinal cannabis to get easierNEWS.com.au
ABC Online -Huffington Post Australia -3AW -Mashable
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02/21/2017
Keri Young knew immediately she wanted to donate her daughter's organs - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Keri Young knew immediately she wanted to donate her daughter's organs
NEWS.com.au
IN DECEMBER 2016, pregnant mum-of-one, Keri Young from Oklahoma in the US, posted something that was equal parts beautiful and heartbreaking on Instagram. It was a typical ultrasound image, showing her teeny tiny baby. Along with the image, she ...
Man's incredible tribute to wife after her selfless decision to proceed with pregnancyNew Zealand Herald
Dad Writes Heartbreaking Tribute To Wife Who Is Carrying Baby Without Brain To TermHuffington Post
US mother says she will carry her terminally-ill baby to full term so her organs can be donatedTelegraph.co.uk
Mirror.co.uk -New York Post -LifeNews.com -AOL News
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02/20/2017
IBM's Watson focuses on eye-care advances - The Australian

The Australian

IBM's Watson focuses on eye-care advances
The Australian
IBM is putting the prowess of its cognitive computing champion Watson to further use in the healthcare space, with the tech giant shedding new light on the role it can play in the treatment of eye disease. The research, which began in 2015, involved ...
IBM Chief Proclaims 'Profoundly Hopeful' EraMedPage Today
The confusion over cognitive computingLivemint
IBM Watson Expands Role in Imaging Analytics, Population HealthHealth IT Analytics
MedCity News -NewsFactor Network -FierceHealthcare -ZDNet
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02/21/2017
Anti-Mosquito Candles Totally Don't Work - Gizmodo

Gizmodo

Anti-Mosquito Candles Totally Don't Work
Gizmodo
Today in science that turns out to be totally bunk: Citronella candles warding off mosquitoes. At least, the natural “repellant” doesn't seem to have any effect on one of the most notorious disease-spreading blood suckers on Earth. Advertisement. In a ...
Spray Repellents Better In Keeping Mosquitoes OffiTech Post
Not much gets mozzies to buzz offTimes LIVE
Mosquito issues continue into the winterActionNewsJax.com
Futurity: Research News -The Conversation AU -The Hindu -89.3 KPCC
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02/20/2017
Little similarity between person's 'ideal' partner and who they meet on dating sites: study - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Little similarity between person's 'ideal' partner and who they meet on dating sites: study
The Sydney Morning Herald
A new Australian study has revealed there is virtually no connection between what people want in a partner and the people they contact when using online dating sites. According to research from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), although ...
Singles are tossing their wish lists when hunting for a date onlineVoxy
Do Dating Apps Lower Your Standards? Online Dating May Make Singles Ignore 'Ideal Mate' Wish List TraitsMedical Daily

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02/20/2017
Boy airlifted after passing out on sand on Fraser Island - Fraser Coast Chronicle

Fraser Coast Chronicle

Boy airlifted after passing out on sand on Fraser Island
Fraser Coast Chronicle
A TWO-YEAR-OLD boy has been airlifted to Hervey Bay Hospital after he lost consciousness at Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island. The RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter was tasked to the scene on Monday afternoon. FRASER COAST TOP STORIES.

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02/21/2017
Ken Wyatt delivers $27m to Indigenous health services - National Indigenous Times

National Indigenous Times

Ken Wyatt delivers $27m to Indigenous health services
National Indigenous Times
Healthcare for mothers and babies will get a $27 million boost in a move announced by Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt on Tuesday and welcomed by Aboriginal community health organisations. Mr Wyatt said the new funding would be invested over ...
Yes, we jail too many Indigenous Australians – but what happens next is worseThe Guardian
Govt to put $27m into indigenous healthThe Australian
Failed 'closing the gap' the least of worries – hidden are more shocking crisesThe Stringer
The Irrigator -Gay NZ -PRWire (press release) -Shepparton News
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02/20/2017
Analysis shows No Jab, No Pay policy is working in Au - International Business Times AU

International Business Times AU

Analysis shows No Jab, No Pay policy is working in Au
International Business Times AU
Participants arrive at the opening of a consultation of international experts on potential Ebola therapies and vaccines in Geneva September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse. A new analysis shows that a total of 198,056 children across Australia have ...
Australia Sees Increase in Vaccinations After 'No Jab, No Pay' Policy Ties Tax Benefits to ImmunizationsPEOPLE.com
If you don't vaccinate your kids, Australia won't pay for your child careWashington Post
200k Australian children vaccinated after new policiesStоck Nеws USА
Refinery29 -IFLScience -Courier Mail
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