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Fourth case of meningococcal in WA - Sky News Australia
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The fourth case of meningococcal has been diagnosed this year in Western Australia, with a young adult now recovering after being discharged from hospital. The patient was diagnosed with strain-B of the uncommon, but potentially life- threatening ...
Queensland invests in meningococcal response
Aust on target to eliminate hep C by 2026 - SBS
GHB suspected drug behind overdoses at Melbourne dance party that saw 21 people hospitalised - ABC Online
More than 20 people have been taken to hospital, many in a critical condition, after overdosing on drugs at a dance party in Melbourne. Twenty-five people were treated after taking what is believed to be the synthetic drug GHB during the Electric ...
Deadly risk at rave
Dozens overdose at Melbourne music festival 'awash with drugs'
Pill Testing May Have Helped Avoid Melbourne Overdoses, Advocates Say
Sugar tax not the answer to obesity: Hunt - NEWS.com.au
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The Turnbull government isn't swallowing the latest advice from nutrition experts for a sugar tax and junk food bans to tackle the obesity crisis in Australia. Minister for Health Greg Hunt says the coalition is tackling obesity but increasing the ...
Four things Australia could do to tackle the obesity crisis
Hinch and Hanson against sugar tax push
Treatable disease: Researchers struggling to convince politicians merits of sugar tax
More than 100 Gold Coasters strip down to raise money for people with Neurofibromatosis - Gold Coast Bulletin
Gold Coast Bulletin
Gold Coast Bulletin
IT takes a lot of guts to strut around the beach in undies but 100 keen Gold Coasters wouldn't have it any other way as they stripped down for a good cause. Burleigh Heads beach enjoyed the bare necessities yesterday as the Cupid's Undie Run fundraiser ...
Runners bare (almost) all in Cupid's Undie Run
VIDEO: Running in their underwear for a good cause--and warm weather
SEE IT: Runners take to Philly streets in their underwear
Ross River fever cases grow as experts warn Geelong, Surf Coast - Geelong Advertiser
HEALTH experts are urging people to cover up as the number of Ross River virus infections continues to rise across the region. The Department of Health and Human Services recently issued another warning after the number of reported cases of the ...
Virus reports on the increase
Report of Ross River virus transmission in Melbourne's northeast
Huge jump in virus cases
Pass the pasta! New research shows that eating carbohydrates DURING a workout helps your body repair faster - Daily Mail
Today there's good news for carb lovers as new research shows that consuming them while you exercise helps your body recover. The findings show that consuming carbohydrates either during or immediately after working out helps your immune system and ...
Eating carbs during or immediately after exercise may aid immune response
Eating Carbs During Workout: Good For The Immune System, Say Scientists
Carbs help the body recover after intense workout
Shocking revelation: Three people diagnosed with cancer every hour in Qld - myGC.com.au
Three people are diagnosed with cancer every hour in Queensland, according to Cancer Council's latest statistics. The data, released by Cancer Council's Cancer Research Centre, also revealed that cancer cases have more than tripled in the state over ...
Cancer rate in Australian state triples over past 30 years
Cancer Council urges people to take action to maintain health after surge in Queensland cases
Increasing daily step count reduces days in hospital, study shows - ABC Local
Walking an extra 40 minutes every day can reduce the number of days in hospital for Australians over 55 and lower the risk of cancer, new research shows. People who increased their steps from 4,500 to 8,800 steps per day spent an average of one less ...
More steps reduce hospital need: study
New study finds walking more than 8000 steps a day decreases chances of going to hospital
An extra 4300 steps could cut the time older Australians spend in hospital, study shows
Victoria's coroner calls for legal drug-injecting room - Herald Sun
VICTORIA'S coroner has asked the Andrews Government to set up a legalised drug-injecting room following the death of a 34-year-old mother of two. The findings from an inquest into the sad death of the woman in a Hoddle St Hungry Jacks toilet have ...
Coroner endorses Melb drug injecting room
Coroner endorses drug injecting room trial for Melbourne
Coroner recommends trial of safe injecting room in north Richmond amid heroin deaths