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08/16/2017
Peanut allergy treatment can last up to four years, Australian study says - ABC Online


ABC Online

Peanut allergy treatment can last up to four years, Australian study says
ABC Online
A novel treatment which can help children overcome peanut allergies can provide relief from reactions for up to four years, Australian researchers say. Key points: Children given peanut protein treatment still allergy free four years later; Findings ...
Australian Scientists Are On The Path To A Peanut Allergy CureGizmodo Australia
Researchers unlock possible peanut allergy cureTen Eyewitness News
Scientific breakthrough could see peanuts allowed back into Aussie schoolsHerald Sun
9news.com.au -The West Australian -Channel NewsAsia -Business Wire (press release)
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08/16/2017
Travellers being warned they could face prison time for using e-cigarettes in Thailand - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Travellers being warned they could face prison time for using e-cigarettes in Thailand
NEWS.com.au
ELECTRONIC cigarettes may be widely used by smokers as a quitting aid but travellers are being warned they could face a lengthy prison sentence if they are caught with one in Thailand. In October 2014, Thailand reportedly approved legislation banning ...
Shock e-cigarette BAN: Vaping tourists in holiday hotspot could face 10 YEARS in jailDaily Star
Tourists Vaping in Thailand Could Get 10 Years in JailNextShark

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08/15/2017
Australia fights through worst flu season on record - Ten Eyewitness News

Ten Eyewitness News

Australia fights through worst flu season on record
Ten Eyewitness News
Australians are battling through the worst flu season on record with more than 70,000 recorded cases so far and medical experts are urging those who haven't yet been vaccinated, to do so. So far there have been more than 71,256 lab-confirmed cases of ...

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08/16/2017
Deafness in farmed salmon linked to accelerated growth - Phys.Org

Phys.Org

Deafness in farmed salmon linked to accelerated growth
Phys.Org
Sagittal otoliths from a juvenile Atlantic salmon, with scale bar = 1 mm (bottom right). The left otolith is entirely aragonite, while the right otolith is approximately 90 percent vaterite by planar area. Credit: University of Melbourne. Half of the ...
Farmed salmon are deaf – and now we know whyPursuit
Aquaculture practices send farmed salmon deaf, study showsABC Online

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08/16/2017
One in two Australians have not exercised in three months - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

One in two Australians have not exercised in three months
The Sydney Morning Herald
In 30 years in the fitness industry, Michelle Bridges has learned a thing or two but changed her tune on a few things as well. Some things, sadly do not surprise her. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Link. Bridges has softened in ...

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08/16/2017
Seven-year-old girl suffers chemical burns from temporary henna tattoo - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Seven-year-old girl suffers chemical burns from temporary henna tattoo
NEWS.com.au
A LITTLE girl has been left with horrific scars after suffering chemical burns from a temporary henna tattoo. The Sun reports Madison Gulliver was on holiday in Egypt when she was treated to the black henna design on her forearm. But shortly arriving ...

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08/16/2017
This Woman Was Born Without a Vagina, and She's Launched a Go Fund Me Page for Life-Changing Surgery - Health.com

Health.com

This Woman Was Born Without a Vagina, and She's Launched a Go Fund Me Page for Life-Changing Surgery
Health.com
As a teen, Kaylee Moats went to an ob-gyn to find out why she had yet to get her period. After an ultrasound, her doctor gave her devastating news. Amanda MacMillan. August 16, 2017. A 22-year-old Arizona woman who was born without a vagina or a uterus ...
Woman Born Without a Vagina Raising Money So She Can Have SexUs Weekly

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08/16/2017
Huge Blobs of Fat and Trash Are Filling the World's Sewers - National Geographic

National Geographic

Huge Blobs of Fat and Trash Are Filling the World's Sewers
National Geographic
Mountains of grease and debris known as fatbergs are blocking toilets, breaking pipes, and even being illicitly converted into cooking oil. picture of sewage workers in sewers. View Images. A sewer technician holds a "fatberg" as he works under London ...
The fat-powered buses that are coming to a street near youThe Independent

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08/16/2017
Seaworld: Another killer whale dies after suffering from a bacterial infection for 10 years - Independent.ie

Independent.ie

Seaworld: Another killer whale dies after suffering from a bacterial infection for 10 years
Independent.ie
SeaWorld killer whale Tilikum performs during the show 1 SeaWorld killer whale Tilikum performs during the show "Believe" at SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, Florida, U.S. on September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger/File Photo. Claire Mindock.
Whale suffering from lung disease is third to die at SeaWorld this yearMetro
One of SeaWorld's oldest killer whales diesThe San Diego Union-Tribune
SeaWorld Orca Euthanized After Lengthy IllnessNBC Southern California
mySanAntonio.com -International Business Times UK -Fort Wayne Journal Gazette -KPRC Houston
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08/16/2017
Is it really Lyme? Researchers developing a new test to tell - ABC News

ABC News

Is it really Lyme? Researchers developing a new test to tell
ABC News
In this undated photo provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a blacklegged tick - also known as a deer tick. Diagnosing if a tick bite caused Lyme or something else can be difficult but scientists are developing a new ...
Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in timeNew Scientist
A new tool could one day improve Lyme disease diagnosisScience News Magazine
Test Differentiates Between Lyme Disease, Similar IllnessLaboratory Equipment
Cosmos
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