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01/17/2017
Flesh eating bacteria: Two adults in western Sydney hospital battling rare and painful infection - ABC Online


ABC Online

Flesh eating bacteria: Two adults in western Sydney hospital battling rare and painful infection
ABC Online
Two people are being treated in a Western Sydney Hospital for a rare flesh-eating bacteria. What is necrotising fasciitis? Necrotising fasciitis is a flesh-eating infection; It kills the body's soft tissue, and is extremely painful; It is not ...
Two patients with flesh-eating bacteria necrotising fasciitis in Blacktown HospitalThe Sydney Morning Herald
Rare flesh-eating virus strikes two Sydney visitors to PolynesiaThe Australian
Flesh-eating virus 'strips man's skin'NEWS.com.au
Sky News Australia -9news.com.au -Daily Mail -Yahoo7 News
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01/17/2017
Melbourne teens diagnosed with measles after trip to Malaysia - ABC Online

ABC Online

Melbourne teens diagnosed with measles after trip to Malaysia
ABC Online
Two Melbourne teenagers have been diagnosed with measles after visiting Malaysia, and Victoria's chief health officer is concerned they may have come into contact with others in the community. Professor Charles Guest said the siblings from Rowville, ...
Victorians on alert after measles casesNEWS.com.au
Measles warning: Two cases identified in MelbourneThe Age
Melbourne measles outbreak: Warning after Rowville siblings infectedHerald Sun
9news.com.au -Outbreak News Today
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01/17/2017
Scott O'Neill: bacteria key to battling dengue fever - The Australian

The Australian

Scott O'Neill: bacteria key to battling dengue fever
The Australian
The Australian's Australian of the Year award celebrates the nation's top achievers. Here is one nominee for 2016. The Zika virus has been around for decades but it wasn't until it started to spread through the Americas in 2015 that it became a global ...
Dengue News: Scientists Have Finally Created Mosquitos Resistant to VirusCounsel & Heal
Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Show Resistance to DengueMotherboard

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01/17/2017
Criticising doctors and nurses 'causes medical errors' - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Criticising doctors and nurses 'causes medical errors'
The Sydney Morning Herald
Ever lost your cool in a hospital? New research suggests you would be wise to stay calm. Criticising doctors and nurses while they're caring for you or a loved one increases the risk of potentially catastrophic errors, a study of intensive care units ...

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01/17/2017
Forget spiders and snakes, horses are more likely to kill you, study of Australian coronial data shows - ABC Online

ABC Online

Forget spiders and snakes, horses are more likely to kill you, study of Australian coronial data shows
ABC Online
More Australians have been killed by horses in recent years than all the country's venomous creatures put together, a new study by Melbourne University researchers has found. Dr Ronelle Welton, from the university's Australian Venom Unit, looked at ...
The backyard creature more dangerous than snakes, spiders and jellyfishNEWS.com.au
Snakes? Spiders? Jellyfish? Nope. Australia's most dangerous animal is the beeThe Sydney Morning Herald
There's a sting in the tail of Australia's most deadly animalsBusiness Insider Australia
Gizmodo Australia -Ten Eyewitness News -The Guardian -Times of India
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01/16/2017
Townsville aquarium's leopard shark switches to asexual reproduction in extreme form of inbreeding - ABC Online

ABC Online

Townsville aquarium's leopard shark switches to asexual reproduction in extreme form of inbreeding
ABC Online
A leopard shark in a Queensland aquarium has shocked scientists by being the first in the world to give birth without a male, after previously mating in the usual way. The shark at Townsville's Reef HQ aquarium, named Leonie, hatched three eggs in ...
Queensland leopard shark makes first recorded sexual transitionBrisbane Times
Zebra shark surprises scientists by giving birth without malefox6now.com
Leonie the Queensland leopard shark is making historyUQ News
ScienceAlert -Gizmodo Australia -The Guardian -Irish Examiner
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01/16/2017
Garlic bread products recalled after fears of plastic contamination - ABC Online

ABC Online

Garlic bread products recalled after fears of plastic contamination
ABC Online
Anyone with garlic bread in the fridge or freezer has been advised to check their packets after a major manufacturer issued a recall on a large range of products. George Weston Foods has recalled 11 of their garlic bread products after two small pieces ...
Australia facing garlic bread shortageCourier Mail
Is Australia about to face a garlic bread shortage?The Sunshine Coast Daily
Australia Is In The Midst Of A Garlic Bread Shortage & Oh God NoThe Vine
Huffington Post Australia -BuzzFeed News -myGC.com.au -9Honey
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01/17/2017
Nepean Hospital not 'taken off matrix', paramedics say they were told to avoid emergency department - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Nepean Hospital not 'taken off matrix', paramedics say they were told to avoid emergency department
Brisbane Times
Nepean Hospital issued a stern statement emphatically stating no ambulances were diverted from its emergency department on Monday when the hospital struggled to cope with its huge patient load. In the early hours of the morning Nepean Hospital's ...
Nepean Hospital hits back at crisis claimsCourier Mail

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01/17/2017
Epigenetic changes drive successful metastases of pancreatic cancer cells - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.net

Epigenetic changes drive successful metastases of pancreatic cancer cells
News-Medical.net
A multicenter team of researchers reports that a full genomic analysis of tumor samples from a small number of people who died of pancreatic cancer suggests that chemical changes to DNA that do not affect the DNA sequence itself yet control how it ...

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01/15/2017
Funding boost, organ donor generosity saving a record number of lives, Federal Government says - ABC Online

ABC Online

Funding boost, organ donor generosity saving a record number of lives, Federal Government says
ABC Online
A $250 million funding boost by the Federal Government to the nation's organ donation system has seen a 16 per cent increase in the number of Australians deciding to donate their organs. Last year organs from 503 people who died were donated to almost ...
It takes more than laws to boost organ donationsThe Globe and Mail
Activists Call for Euthanizing Patients and Harvesting Their OrgansLifeNews.com
Just 22 transplant centres in state join national gridTimes of India
The Indian Express -The Daily Progress -Vocativ -DAWN.com
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