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Anti-vax video mum trolled online - NEWS.com.au
WARNING: Graphic content. THE SYDNEY mother who posted a heartbreaking video of her five-week-old baby choking for air after catching whooping cough has been bullied online by trolls who say âvaccination is what caused her baby to get sickâ.
Parents of whooping cough baby abused by anti-vaxxers
Dramatic video shows Starbucks cafe demolished in seconds by violent tornado
Sydney parents slammed by anti-vaxxers over video of their seriously ill baby
Migrants from Africa bear brunt of discrimination but remain positive, Australians Today survey finds - ABC Online
The broad finding of the Scanlon Foundation's latest survey of Australian attitudes, Australians Today, remains that Australia is seen as a good country for immigrants. New arrivals are optimistic, with just 6 per cent indicating they are "strongly ...
Social-cohesion report finds barriers strong for some
Australia broadly tolerant but pockets of intense prejudice remain, report shows
Discrimination and Disadvantage Key Migrant Issues
Fertility breakthrough could see IVF replaced with new process - NEWS.com.au
A MAJOR breakthrough in infertility treatment by Australian researchers could mean a cheaper and much less invasive alternative to in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) could be made available to women who are struggling to become pregnant. The innovative ...
Infertility: Australian scientists work to eliminate hormone injections with IVM treatment
Fertility breakthrough: Australian and Belgian scientists develop New IVM method that may soon replace IVF
Emerging infertility treatment could be a less invasive and cheaper alternative to IVF
Dig deep for Daffodil Day - Daily Liberal
Lending a hand: Rebecca Barr, Shaun Ryan, MaryAnn Seymour and Shirley Stroud at Daffodil Day in 2015. Photo: JENNIFER HOAR. The support of the Dubbo community has made the campaign to have an integrated cancer centre at Dubbo Hospital a ...
Buy a bunch of colour to help beat cancer on Daffodil Day
70000 daffodils arrive ahead of 30-year celebrations
Flowers in short supply for annual Daffodil Day
"At peace with a smile on her face": Perth doctor defends lethal injection - WAtoday
A Perth doctor who gave a lethal injection to an elderly woman dying of emphysema has defended her actions as "a great relief to all involved." Dr Alida Lancee has admitted that five years ago she administered painkilling medication that hastened the ...
Sympathy not enough: MPs must tackle euthanasia
Perth GP being investigated over euthanasia claims
Perth doctor investigated by police after admitting hastening patient's death
Researchers find better mental health in older age despite more physical ailments - News-Medical.net
While even the best wines eventually peak and turn to vinegar, a new study by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine suggests a paradoxical trend in the mental health of aging adults: They seem to consistently get better ...
The older we get, the happier we are, study finds
Senior years may truly be golden for happiness
The aging paradox: The older we get, the happier we are
Drone accidents mostly caused by technical problems, not operator error, research shows - ABC Online
Most small drones accidents are caused by faulty equipment rather than operator error, according to a world-first study looking at the causes of civil drone accidents. Key points: Technical problems are behind most civilian drone incidents; Current air ...
Report: Tech errors more responsible in drone accidents
Study: Technical glitches are the guilty party in over half of drone crashes
People Don't Crash Drones, Drones Crash Drones
Oshin Kiszko parents' fight to stop cancer treatment for son continues - ABC Online
The parents of a six-year-old boy with terminal cancer have again faced the West Australian Family Court as his doctors push for further chemotherapy and radiation treatment against their wishes. Angela Kiszko and Adrian Strachan consented to allow ...
'This will set a precedent': Judge's cancer treatment decision for Oshin
Parents at centre of cancer treatment battle back in court
Perth masseur who touched breasts and vaginas wins appeal - WAtoday
A man jailed for sexually and indecently assaulting three females under the guise of giving them therapeutic massages could face a retrial after the WA Court of Appeal quashed most of his convictions. Robert Charles Higgins was found guilty of 13 ...
Perth therapeutic massage sex offender case takes a new turn
Court orders sex assault retrial for 'massage' man
Western Australia man used job as a masseuse to sexually assault women
How one bad night's sleep affects you - NEWS.com.au
WE ALL know just how rubbish we feel after a bad night's sleep. And while we all try and get the recommended eight hours shut-eye â there's still a lot of questions as to why we actually need it. A new German study, published in Nature Communications ...
Just one sleepless night can affect memory and learning, study finds
Not sleeping well? It's no wonder you can't remember anything...
No sleep leads to changes in brain: study