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Superbug risk escalating and greater resources needed, disease experts say - The Guardian
Infectious diseases specialists say a centralised authority is needed to coordinate superbug infection control, surveillance and the use of antibiotics. Photograph: Dave Hunt/AAP. Health. Superbug risk escalating and greater resources needed, disease ...
A 'superbug' crisis is on Australia's doorstep, says Melbourne professor
The simple patch which may replace painful flu vaccinations forever - 9news.com.au
Vaccines delivered via a painless, throw-away patch could one day eliminate the need for needle-and-syringe flu injections, researchers have revealed after completing a preliminary trial. Equipped with micro-needles, the patches vaccinated against ...
Dissolvable patch offers radical pain-free alternative to flu injection, study finds
'Painless' flu vaccine skin patch shows promise
This cutting-edge bandage could make flu shots a thing of the past
Yoga more dangerous than previously thought, scientists say - New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Herald
Yoga is more dangerous than previously thought and causes as many injuries as other sports, a study has found. Photo / 123rf.com. Herald online. Share via email Facebook share Share on Facebook Twitter share Share on Twitter Show more share options ...
University of Sydney study says yoga can cause and worsen pain
Yoga May Be More Dangerous Than You Thought
Beware! Yoga can be more risky, painful for existing injury
No limit to how long people can live: study - CBC.ca
Just how long can humans live? Biologists at Montreal's McGill University have been studying the question and say if there's a limit, they haven't found it. "We just don't know what the age limit might be," said Siegfried Hekimi. "In fact, by extending ...
Scientists Push Back Against Controversial Paper Claiming a Limit To Human Lifespans
How long can humans live?
Human lifespan could keep rising 'far into the foreseeable future', say researchers
Nurse in hot water after blaming 'sweaty sex' and hygiene for failed drug test - Daily Star
A NURSE says sweaty sex with a drug user and not washing are to blame for her failing a narcotics test. By Michael Havis / Published 28th June 2017. Tara Seymour, a Melbourne nurse FACEBOOK. IN HOT WATER: Nurse Tara Seymour reportedly failed her ...
Nurse blames sweaty sex with coke user for failed drug test
Coke-snorting nurse blamed sex for positive drug test
Drug tests for 110 nurses, midwives revealed after cocaine-sex case
Scientists find protein that regulates skin cancer spread - 9news.com.au
Scientists have pinpointed a cancer protein which controls the disease's spread from the skin to other organs, and proposed that blocking it may be an effective treatment. Working with mice genetically engineered to develop human skin cancers, the team ...
Transgenic Mouse Illuminates Melanoma Metastasis
Researchers visualize early melanoma metastasis and identify new targets for treatment
Charlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity' - BBC News
The mother of Charlie Gard has suggested Â£1.3m donated by the public for her son to undergo experimental therapy will instead go to charity. Judges at the European Court of Human Rights have rejected Charlie's parents' plea to intervene in his case.
UK parents lose final appeal to keep baby alive for treatment
The instincts of Charlie Gard's parents should echo in courts
Charlie Gard doctors say there's "no rush" to turn off tots life support as wellwishers continue to donate
Patients With Mental Disorders Get Half Of All Opioid Prescriptions - WMOT
Adults with a mental illness receive more than 50 percent of the 115 million opioid prescriptions in the United States annually, according to a study released Monday. The results prompted researchers to suggest that improving pain management for people ...
Most opioids go to those with mental health issues, UMich study says
Patients with mental illness account for more than half of all opioid prescriptions
Over Half of All Opioid Prescriptions Go to Mentally Ill Patients, Study Finds
Is Coconut Oil Bad For You? The Debate Is Complex - Huffington Post Australia
Huffington Post Australia
Huffington Post Australia
A study claimed it was as bad as beef fat. The backlash has been epic. 28/06/2017 3:42 PM AEST | Updated 14 hours ago. Leigh Campbell Head of Lifestyle, HuffPost Australia. It's been a big fortnight for poor old coconut oil. As you might be aware ...
BizVibe Examines the Science Behind Coconut Oil Benefits and Coconut Oil's Impact on Health
Saturated Biases: Where the AHA Advice on Coconut Oil Went Wrong
Coconut Oil Declared Not Healthy; Is PNG at Risk of Heart Diseases?
Researchers detect protozoa in drinking water that cause diarrheal outbreaks - News-Medical.net
Researchers from the University of Zaragoza (Spain) have analyzed drinking water and detected oocysts of Cryptosporidium and cysts of Giardia, two protozoa that cause outbreaks of diarrhea in humans. The levels detected are very low and do not ...