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09/19/2018
Doctor's cruel words to anorexic woman - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Doctor's cruel words to anorexic woman
NEWS.com.au
A RUSSIAN woman suffering from severe anorexia was told by her doctor that she looked so unwell she could play a “living corpse” in a movie. Kristina Karyagina, 26, from Barnaul in south-central Russia, reported weighs just 17kg and has spent years ...

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09/19/2018
Third confirmed case of Legionnaires' disease in Sydney sparks warning - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Third confirmed case of Legionnaires' disease in Sydney sparks warning
The Sydney Morning Herald
Health officials are warning western Sydney residents to be on the lookout for symptoms of Legionnaires' disease after a third case was confirmed in the area. Earlier this week a man in his 70s and a woman in her 80s were diagnosed with the condition ...
Third Legionnaires' Case Confirmed In Western SydneyHit 107
Third case of legionnaires' in west SydneyYahoo News

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09/19/2018
How our residential aged-care system doesn't care about older people's emotional needs - The Conversation AU

The Conversation AU

How our residential aged-care system doesn't care about older people's emotional needs
The Conversation AU
All humans have fundamental needs. These are physiological (food, drink, clothing, sleep), safety (emotional security, physical safety, health), love and belonging (friendships, community), esteem (respect, dignity) and self-actualisation ...
Is it time to top up your holdings of these 3 aged care shares?Motley Fool Australia
Royal Commission into aged-care: We must use horror stories to fix systemThe West Australian

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09/20/2018
Perth: Another child in hospital with meningococcal disease, bringing 2018 total to 26 - Community Newspaper Group

Community Newspaper Group

Perth: Another child in hospital with meningococcal disease, bringing 2018 total to 26
Community Newspaper Group
A YOUNG child is recovering in hospital after being diagnosed with meningococcal disease. The Department of Health today reported the child was diagnosed with meningococcal serogroup B disease. While a vaccine to protect against the serogroup C type ...
WA meningococcal on rise with 26 cases this yearThe West Australian
WA child recovering from meningococcalBrinkwire (press release)

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09/19/2018
Four patients develop breast cancer after receiving organs from same donor - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Four patients develop breast cancer after receiving organs from same donor
9news.com.au
Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor, a case report explains. The patients developed breast cancer years after their transplants, with three of them dying of the disease. Dr. Frederike Bemelman ...
Donated organs give four people cancerKXLY Spokane
Four get breast cancer from organ donation in "extremely rare" caseWVLT.TV
Four Cases of Breast Cancer Linked to Transplantation of Organs from the Same DonorHealth Thoroughfare

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09/19/2018
New cancer drug tested on beagle with view to curing prostate cancer - 3AW

3AW

New cancer drug tested on beagle with view to curing prostate cancer
3AW
Hoover the beagle has undergone a revolutionary new method for treating prostate cancer – there's only one difference, it's forms part of a treatment usually reserved for humans. The canine was injected with new anti-nanotherapy at the University of ...

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09/19/2018
Is there such thing as 'vegan depression'? - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Is there such thing as 'vegan depression'?
The Sydney Morning Herald
As a child in Bendigo, Jennifer Connor did not feel rural life was idyllic. Instead, she suffered panic attacks, insomnia, depression, anger, and a sense of isolation. “A lot of people had rabbits and chooks in their backyard,” she recalls. “It would ...

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09/19/2018
College students aren't getting enough sleep - The Setonian

The Setonian

College students aren't getting enough sleep
The Setonian
College students have a lot of responsibilities. Trying to balance academic work, a social life and an internship or job can be stressful. It also is a main reason why many college students aren't getting enough sleep. The National Sleep Foundation ...
1 In 3 Australians Are Suffering From This Little-Known ConditionWomen's Health
How much sleep do I need? Here's what the experts sayMetro US

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09/17/2018
Dr Mark Porter: DIY daily aspirin is dead — but don't be surprised if it comes back in vogue - The Times

The Times

Dr Mark Porter: DIY daily aspirin is dead — but don't be surprised if it comes back in vogue
The Times
Aspirin is in the headlines again after the publication of new research showing that an aspirin a day offers no useful protective effect against dementia, disability or an early death. So, 120 years after its discovery, is this the final nail in the ...
The Risks Might Outweigh The Benefits Of Taking Low-Dose Aspirin Every Day, Studies SayBloomington Pantagraph
On a regular basis low-dose aspirin is now no longer a panacea for the agedNewsline
The ExpertsSwitzer Financial News

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09/19/2018
We need to break the loop: Alzheimer's treatments could be doomed by brain's 'vicious cycle' - The Australian

The Australian

We need to break the loop: Alzheimer's treatments could be doomed by brain's 'vicious cycle'
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. We need to break the loop: Alzheimer's treatments could be doomed by brain's 'vicious cycle'. Researchers believe a vicious cycle between two proteins in the brain of Alzheimer's patients get ...
Scientists discover why many Alzheimer's drugs fail and identify one that may workThe Independent
Hope for an Alzheimer's cure after scientists discover why decades worth of studies have failed to find a solutionDaily Mail
Discovery could explain failed clinical trials for Alzheimer's, and provide a solutionEurekAlert (press release)
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