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10/16/2017
Unknown strain of meningococcal claims the life of a child in Darwin, Northern Territory Health Department confirms - Courier Mail


Courier Mail

Unknown strain of meningococcal claims the life of a child in Darwin, Northern Territory Health Department confirms
Courier Mail
An infant who died in the Northern Territory after being struck down with meningococcal disease started displaying symptoms less than 12 hours earlier. The baby, who died late on Sunday night, was enrolled at a childcare centre in Malak, where NT ...
NT meningococcal baby died in 12 hoursThe Australian
Child at Darwin childcare centre dies from meningococcal diseaseABC Online
Child dies from meningococcal disease in Darwin following outbreak of the deadly virus across AustraliaDaily Mail

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10/15/2017
Researchers find link between hair dye and breast cancer - The Australian

The Australian

Researchers find link between hair dye and breast cancer
The Australian
Women should dye their hair only two to five times a year and use products with more natural ingredients, such as beetroot, to reduce the risk of cancer, a breast surgeon has advised. Professor Kefah Mokbel, a breast cancer surgeon at the Princess ...
Study claims women dyeing hair at 'higher risk' of breast cancerThe New Daily
Frequent hair dye use linked to increased breast cancer riskThe Independent
Hair dyes could raise risk of breast cancer: studyNEWS.com.au
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10/16/2017
Asthmatics relying on quick relief: study - The Australian

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Asthmatics relying on quick relief: study
The Australian
Thousands of Australians with asthma are relying too much on reliever puffers as a quick fix for their wheezing, putting themselves at risk of having a major attack and needing hospital treatment. A survey of more than 2600 people aged over 16 with ...
Asthma study finds 40pc of patients using quick-fix treatment, putting their health at riskABC Online

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10/16/2017
Aviation expert warns shrinking leg room could be dangerous - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Aviation expert warns shrinking leg room could be dangerous
NEWS.com.au
WE'VE all whinged about how cramped and uncomfortable flying has become. But an aviation expert warns there's a danger as well. news.com.auOctober 17, 20173:06pm. Video; Image. FEAR OF FLYING 1:04. An incredible 1 in 4 people suffer from a fear of ...

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10/17/2017
How one woman's drug addiction cost her everything - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

How one woman's drug addiction cost her everything
NEWS.com.au
Beth Stephens was full of plans and promise, but two days before Christmas, the well-travelled researcher was found dead. Isabel Vincent. New York PostOctober 17, 20174:32pm. Video; Image ...

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10/16/2017
RAH stroke deaths inquest: Sole specialist on duty “adequate clinical judgment” according to colleague - Perth Now

Perth Now

RAH stroke deaths inquest: Sole specialist on duty “adequate clinical judgment” according to colleague
Perth Now
A RADIOLOGIST accused of “lacking good clinical judgment” by a colleague was the sole specialist on duty when two stroke patients died at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, a Coronial inquest has heard. State Coroner Mark Johns is holding an inquest into the ...
RAH doctor wanted more help: inquestYahoo7 News

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10/17/2017
Technology helps determine dementia pain - Yahoo7 News

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Technology helps determine dementia pain
Yahoo7 News
New facial recognition technology developed in Australia will help medical staff manage the pain of dementia patients who struggle to communicate. The PainChek app runs on smartphones or tablets and uses artificial intelligence to analyse facial ...
New app aims to help dementia sufferers express their painTen Eyewitness News

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10/16/2017
Centre holds hope for lymphoma patients - The Australian

Centre holds hope for lymphoma patients
The Australian
A blood cancer sufferer has handed over $5.5 million to give other Australians access to revolutionary testing that will improve treatment options and extend their lives. For 25 years Melbourne woman Christine Wilson has lived with lymphoma, one of the ...
Generous donation focused on genetic testing brings fresh hope to Australian blood cancer patientsPRWire (press release)

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10/16/2017
Wirrulla Hotel gets UGLY to support leukaemia research - West Coast Sentinel

West Coast Sentinel

Wirrulla Hotel gets UGLY to support leukaemia research
West Coast Sentinel
GETTING UGLY: Managers of the Wirrulla Hotel Shane Miller and Lisa Priest showing their UGLY side. Picture: Calise Holmes. The Wirrulla Hotel will be getting in touch with its UGLY side to raise money for leukaemia research. The hotel is one of more ...

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10/16/2017
Hockeyroo's cancer con case adjourned for a month - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Hockeyroo's cancer con case adjourned for a month
9news.com.au
The sentence of a former Hockeyroos goalkeeper on fraud charges after she faked cancer has been adjourned in a Sydney court. Kate Hubble, 32 was not present at today's hearing at Downing Centre Local Court, as her lawyer told the magistrate they were ...
Former Hockeyroo sentencing adjournedSky News Australia

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