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04/25/2017
Heart specialists condemned on fat claims - The Australian


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Heart specialists condemned on fat claims
The Australian
Heart experts have been criticised for claiming it is "plain wrong" to believe that saturated fat clogs up arteries. Three specialists argued that eating "real food", taking exercise and reducing stress are better ways to stave off heart disease than ...
Cutting saturated fat does not reduce heart disease, experts sayIrish Times
Artery-clogging saturated fat myth debunkedMedical News Today
Popular belief that saturated fats clog up arteries 'plain wrong' say expertsThe Australian Financial Review
9news.com.au -CNN -WebMD.Boots.com -The Guardian
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04/26/2017
Artificial womb could keep babies born prematurely alive in future: scientists - ABC Online

ABC Online

Artificial womb could keep babies born prematurely alive in future: scientists
ABC Online
An artificial womb resembling a liquid-filled plastic bag could one day keep premature newborns alive and healthy, medical researchers say. Key points: The artificial womb mimics a uterus, allowing the foetus to continue breathing oxygen-filled liquid ...
This plastic bag, an artificial womb, could some day save extreme preemiesWashington Post
Incredible artificial womb currently being tested on lambs offers hope to parents of premature babiesIrish Independent
Grow bags for babies: Scientists breed lambs in plastic 'wombs' - which could soon be used for humansMirror.co.uk
The Australian -Gizmodo Australia -Hindustan Times -eNCA
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04/25/2017
'Stealthing' is the alarming new sex trend - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

'Stealthing' is the alarming new sex trend
NEWS.com.au
AN ALARMING new study released this week explores a practice called stealthing - where men remove condoms during sex without their partner's consent - and the online communities which encourage this behaviour. “Nonconsensual condom removal ...
Should it be a crime to remove a condom during sex?WHAS 11.com
Warning to women over 'dangerous' stealthing trendPlymouth Herald
That 'new sex trend' you've heard about is actually rapeThe indy100 (satire)
New York Post -Cosmopolitan.com -Huffington Post UK -Fox News
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04/26/2017
'Today we are all Mohamad Thaqif Mohd Gaddafi's parents' - Malaysiakini (subscription)

'Today we are all Mohamad Thaqif Mohd Gaddafi's parents'
Malaysiakini (subscription)
Words cannot describe the sadness and hurt which, like hundreds of thousands of Malaysians, I too feel. It is tragic that 11-year-old Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi is no more with us in Malaysia. There are so many questions that need answers and ...

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04/26/2017
Families shocked by police inaction on Oakden staff - The Advertiser

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Families shocked by police inaction on Oakden staff
The Advertiser
FAMILIES of residents mistreated at the Oakden mental health facility are shocked by a police decision not to pursue other charges, and fear a culture of cover-up is continuing. SA Police on Wednesday said no further action would be taken on three ...
'Serious issues' cause immediate closure of SA homeTalking Aged Care

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04/26/2017
Exercise Could Help Heal Injuries And Prevent Infections, New Study Suggests - Huffington Post Australia

Huffington Post Australia

Exercise Could Help Heal Injuries And Prevent Infections, New Study Suggests
Huffington Post Australia
Even a thumb resistance exercise increased the number of white blood cells in the body. 26/04/2017 10:51 AM AEST | Updated 45 minutes ago. Lara Pearce Associate Editor, HuffPost Australia. monkeybusinessimages via Getty Images. We all know that ...
Radical therapy for your illnessCourier Mail

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04/26/2017
Sierra Leone News: Malaria vaccine to be tested in Ghana, Kenya - Awoko

Sierra Leone News: Malaria vaccine to be tested in Ghana, Kenya
Awoko
The World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa (WHO/AFRO) announced that Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi will take part in a WHO-coordinated malaria vaccine implementation programme (MVIP) that will make the world's first malaria vaccine ...

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04/26/2017
Rural health strategy needed: Labor - Yahoo7 News

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Rural health strategy needed: Labor
Yahoo7 News
Australians living in the city and country deserve the same health outcomes, Labor argues, as it seeks bipartisan support on a rural health strategy. "We think that a national rural health strategy is an important step to ensuring we have a defined ...
Investing in rural health brings dollar returns to local economies (and improves health)The Conversation AU

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04/25/2017
WA Health Department alarmed by low child flu vaccination rates - ABC Online

ABC Online

WA Health Department alarmed by low child flu vaccination rates
ABC Online
The WA Department of Health has warned that children are at serious risk of illness, as the rate of vaccinations against influenza remains critically low. According to the WA Country Health Service (WACHS), the number of children between the ages of ...
Taranaki District Health Board stresses importance of flu vaccineStuff.co.nz
FLU OUTBREAK: More cases confirmed in IpswichThe Queensland Times

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04/26/2017
How parents turn children into emotional eaters - ABC Online

ABC Online

How parents turn children into emotional eaters
ABC Online
Researchers from Norway, studying children's eating behaviour, have found parents are using food to comfort their children. Approximately 65 per cent of the children involved in the study displayed some emotional eating. Emotional eating is linked to ...
How giving a crying kid a lolly might make them an adult emotional eaterThe Sydney Morning Herald
Don't give crying child a lolly: studyThe Australian
Week of the Young ChildJournal Times

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