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10/23/2018
Virus outbreak sweeps through New Jersey medical facility for 'vulnerable' children - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Virus outbreak sweeps through New Jersey medical facility for 'vulnerable' children
NEWS.com.au
SIX children have died in a severe viral outbreak at a US rehabilitation centre for medically fragile children with 12 others seriously unwell. The New Jersey Health Department has confirmed that 18 cases of adenovirus — viruses that attack soft ...
How Staff Shortages May Have Led To The Deaths Of Six Children At A Long-Term Care Facility in New JerseyThe Inquisitr
6 children dead, 12 sick in viral outbreak at rehab centerWashington Post
Adenovirus outbreak kills 6 kids in New Jersey, but what is it?ABC News
WABC-TV -New York Times -Daily Telegraph -9news.com.au
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10/23/2018
The signs Danny Jonson wished he had noticed when his brother was still alive - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

The signs Danny Jonson wished he had noticed when his brother was still alive
NEWS.com.au
“It was this weird combination of the biggest shock in the world but then, suddenly, a lot of things about his behaviour made sense in hindsight,” begins Danny Jonson, 35, as he reflects on his brother Lee's decision to take his own life, 10 years ago ...

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10/23/2018
Queensland government minister Coralee O'Rourke diagnosed with breast cancer - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Queensland government minister Coralee O'Rourke diagnosed with breast cancer
The Canberra Times
Queensland MP Coralee O'Rourke has revealed she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Ms O'Rourke, the Labor member for the Townsville seat of Mundingburra, said she would take some time off over the next few weeks to spend time with her family ...
Qld MP Coralee O'Rourke has breast cancerArmidale Express

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10/23/2018
Tall people have higher cancer risk, partly because they have more cells - ABC News

ABC News

Tall people have higher cancer risk, partly because they have more cells
ABC News
Being tall undoubtedly has its benefits. You can see in a crowd and grab objects off high shelves. But with the good comes the bad. The taller you are, the higher your odds of developing cancer, and a new paper has added weight to this.
Tall people at greater risk of cancer 'because they have more cells'The Guardian
Tall people are 'at greater risk of cancer', study findsDaddyhood
Study suggests higher risk for cancer in taller individualsThe Westside Story
inews.co.uk
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10/23/2018
Microplastics Have Been Found in Human Stool for the First Time, Study Says - Fortune

Fortune

Microplastics Have Been Found in Human Stool for the First Time, Study Says
Fortune
Microplastics have been found in human stool for the first time, according to a new study presented in Vienna Tuesday, shedding some light on the pervasiveness of the pollutant. The study's authors estimate that “more than 50% of the world population ...
There's plastic in your poop, but we have no idea how dangerous that isPopular Science
There's Plastic in Your Poop: Study Warns Microplastics May Be Hurting Us AllHealth.com
Viral microplastic consumption study reveals how little we know about plastic toxicity, experts saySalon
The Straits Times -Healio -Gulf Times -Daily Sabah
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10/23/2018
The four words that protect Carolyn from the stigma no one deserves - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

The four words that protect Carolyn from the stigma no one deserves
Brisbane Times
There is always a “but” that comes after “I have lung cancer” for Carolyn Riordan. “... but I've never smoked” is her shield against the stigma of her diagnosis. It was the first thing Mrs Riordan said to her respiratory physician when she was ...
One in five Australians with lung cancer receive no treatment: reportABC News
A Breakthrough in Lung Cancer TreatmentWJHL-TV News Channel 11

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10/23/2018
Cancer claim breakthrough for NSW firies - SBS

Illawarra Mercury

Cancer claim breakthrough for NSW firies
SBS
NSW firefighters will more easily be able to claim compensation for cancer under new laws bound for the state's parliament. Updated Updated 3 mins ago. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. Firefighters diagnosed with certain cancers in NSW will ...
New laws make it easier for firefighters to claim compensationMirage News

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10/23/2018
National child immunisation rate hits record high - The New Daily

The New Daily

National child immunisation rate hits record high
The New Daily
There are more immunised five-year-old children than any other age population in Australia, with Tasmania racking up the highest rate of vaccinations in the country, new data has revealed. The national vaccination rate for five year olds from the three ...
Child immunisation rates at record levels, but resistance remainsRACGP

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10/23/2018
Scientists are learning that eating organic might be tied to a lower cancer risk, but there are some big caveats - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Scientists are learning that eating organic might be tied to a lower cancer risk, but there are some big caveats
Business Insider Australia
A new study of nearly 69,000 French people revealed that those who ate more organic foods had fewer cases of some deadly cancers. But people who choose to eat organic products might be less likely to develop cancer for other reasons that aren't related ...
Can Eating Organic Food Lower Your Cancer Risk?New York Times
Eating organic food linked with lower cancer riskNHS Choices
Organic Food Can Reduce Cancer Risk: StudyTech Times
USA TODAY -The Packer -South China Morning Post -BGR
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10/23/2018
Drug may protect against breast cancer - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Drug may protect against breast cancer
NEWS.com.au
A drug for osteoporosis may also have a protective effect against breast cancer, a new Canadian study has suggested. A separate study has also found that statins may help prevent tumours arising in the opposite breast among women who have already ...

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