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02/22/2018
Legionnaires' disease outbreak in Melbourne CBD's southeast - Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Legionnaires' disease outbreak in Melbourne CBD's southeast
Herald Sun
PEOPLE who visited the CBD's southeast this year and experiencing flu-like symptoms are being urged to seek medical help, as an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease is being investigated. Three cases of the respiratory infection have been reported to the ...
Authorities investigate possible Legionnaires outbreak in the CBDThe Age
Legionnaires' outbreak could have link to 'cooling towers' in Melbourne CBD9news.com.au
White Night impressesCDB News

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02/22/2018
Man dies in Victoria's spreading hepatitis A outbreak - The Age

The Age

Man dies in Victoria's spreading hepatitis A outbreak
The Age
There has been a rare hepatitis A death in Victoria as the state experiences a spreading outbreak of the very infectious disease. Victorian's deputy health officer Dr Brett Sutton confirmed a man recently died from locally acquired case of hepatitis A ...
Vic hepatitis A death prompts warningSBS
Hepatitis A warning as outbreak claims a life: Five cases confirmed in Loddon MalleeBendigo Advertiser

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02/22/2018
Stop squeezing the avos: Shoppers told to be less touchy-feely - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Stop squeezing the avos: Shoppers told to be less touchy-feely
9news.com.au
New research has found 97 percent of shoppers squeeze at least three avocadoes before putting them in the shopping basket, The Australian reports. Repeatedly touching avos causes internal brown spots, ending in a less than tasty result when the time ...

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02/22/2018
Centrelink call centre worker claims customers 'threatened to paint the walls with my blood' - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Centrelink call centre worker claims customers 'threatened to paint the walls with my blood'
NEWS.com.au
A CENTRELINK employee claims to have been bombarded with death threats from customers who “threatened to paint the walls with my blood”. Frank Chung@franks_chung · news.com.auFebruary 23, 201812:40pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0:00 ...

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02/22/2018
The five worst diets that will cause you harm - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

The five worst diets that will cause you harm
Daily Telegraph
And for the majority this would have included a plan for our battle with the bulge — a diet or weight loss program that was not realistic to sustain, unhealthy to follow and in some cases extreme. Sadly, this is the norm. Weight loss has become a ...
A Big New Diet Study Just Disproved A Lot Of Pet Theories On Weight LossLifehacker Australia
Eating 'better' is better than counting calories for weight loss, study findsABC News
Want to lose weight? New study says reducing calories not the answerIrish Times
NDTV -Newsweek -The Philadelphia Tribune -Australian Journal of Pharmacy (blog)
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02/22/2018
The way Lorna Jane Clarkson restocks her hotel minibar fridge has to be seen to be believed - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

The way Lorna Jane Clarkson restocks her hotel minibar fridge has to be seen to be believed
NEWS.com.au
NOW this is taking the healthy, super-organised fridge trend to new heights — Lorna Jane Clarkson gives her hotel minibar an overhaul every time she travels. Simone Mitchell@simonemitchell · news.com.auFebruary 23, 20184:12pm. Video; Image. Play Video ...

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02/22/2018
Antibacterial wipes ineffective in destroying bacteria, scientist says - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Antibacterial wipes ineffective in destroying bacteria, scientist says
NEWS.com.au
WANT to rid your home of all those disgusting germs? Then there's one popular cleaning product you should ditch, according to a biomedical scientist. Staff writer. News Corp Australia NetworkFebruary 23, 201812:15pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play ...
Anti-bacterial wipes no better than soapInfosurhoy

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02/22/2018
Noah Douglas, 11, to lop locks for children with cancer and World's Greatest Shave - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Noah Douglas, 11, to lop locks for children with cancer and World's Greatest Shave
Daily Telegraph
SCHOOLBOY Noah Douglas has spent four years growing his hair to his shoulder blades and next month he plans to have it lopped off to help a child who has blood cancer. The Harrington Park boy, 11, is participating in this year's World Greatest Shave ...

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02/22/2018
Toxic Heavy Metals Are Leaking From E-Cigarettes Into The Vapours, Study Shows - ScienceAlert

ScienceAlert

Toxic Heavy Metals Are Leaking From E-Cigarettes Into The Vapours, Study Shows
ScienceAlert
Only a few weeks ago, UK health bodies suggested electronic cigarettes should be in hospital shops to encourage smokers to wean themselves off their habit. But a new study has discovered toxic levels of heavy metals in e-cigarette aerosols, once again ...
E-cigarette users at risk of brain and heart damage from inhaling LEADDaily Mail
E-Cig Vapor Tested Positive for Lead and Arsenic in New StudyGizmodo
E-cigarette vapours laden with toxic metals, say expertsDeccan Chronicle
Futurity: Research News -Newsmax -UPI.com -Men's Health
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02/22/2018
Nursing homes drugging patients to decrease workload, AMA claims - Starts at 60

Starts at 60

Nursing homes drugging patients to decrease workload, AMA claims
Starts at 60
Nursing home carers are over-medicating patients in an attempt to reduce their workload and make patients easier to handle, according to the Australian Medical Association (AMA). The AMA says the practice of drugging patients is rife within the ...

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