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05/28/2017
Black lung inquiry finds 'catastrophic failure' in public administration in Queensland - ABC Online


ABC Online

Black lung inquiry finds 'catastrophic failure' in public administration in Queensland
ABC Online
A parliamentary committee into black lung disease has found "catastrophic failings" in public administration in Queensland. The Black Lung, White Lies report contains 68 recommendations as well as several findings into the re-identification of coal ...
Black lung: The proof we have failed our coal minersThe Sydney Morning Herald
Black lung caused by 'catastrophic failure' of safeguards, inquiry findsBrisbane Times
Queensland mines officers blasted over Black Lung diseaseSBS
The Queensland Times -The Guardian -Courier Mail -9news.com.au
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05/29/2017
How can parents compete with porn? - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

How can parents compete with porn?
NEWS.com.au
WHEN I was in year six, my teacher flipped past a page in the sex ed book de jour, What's Happening to Me? After we all howled him down, he flipped back to the page, which was about masturbation, which he proceeded to tell us “will make you go blind”.

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05/28/2017
Early deaths recorded in aged care increase across Australia, study reveals - ABC Online

ABC Online

Early deaths recorded in aged care increase across Australia, study reveals
ABC Online
The number of recorded deaths from preventable causes in Australian aged care homes has increased by 400 per cent, according to new research. Key points: Falls are the most common cause of injury-realted deaths with over 2,600 cases; There were a ...
Study reveals increase in premature deaths of nursing home residents in AustraliaNews-Medical.net
Preventable nursing home deaths surgeThe Sydney Morning Herald
Study reveals an alarming increase of premature deaths in residential aged care homesTalking Aged Care
The Australian -Huffington Post Australia -Herald Sun -Sky News Australia
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05/29/2017
'Flexible' eating is as effective as controlling calories, CSIRO study finds - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Flexible' eating is as effective as controlling calories, CSIRO study finds
The Sydney Morning Herald
There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to weight-loss, and a flexible approach can be as beneficial as a structured one, according to a new study by the CSIRO. The four-month study is, they say, "one of the largest and most comprehensive clinical ...
CSIRO backs fasting and meal replacement shakes in new "Flexi" DietThe Canberra Times
New weight-loss diet sees people lose an average of 11kgDaily Mail

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05/29/2017
From the heart: Dr Rolf Gomes - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

From the heart: Dr Rolf Gomes
NEWS.com.au
BRISBANE-based cardiologist Rolf Gomes dreams big. The 25-metre “Heart Bus” he conceived, built and remortgaged the family home to help pay for, is proof of that. But when the Queensland Government refused to support a funding proposal for his ...
Heart Bus: Million-dollar mystery donation revives dream for better bush healthABC Online
Mystery $1m donation gives green light to new 'heart bus'Queensland Country Life

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05/29/2017
Watch Video Of Newborn Baby Who Tried To Walk Immediately After Birth - Tech Times

Tech Times

Watch Video Of Newborn Baby Who Tried To Walk Immediately After Birth
Tech Times
In a viral video, a baby in Brazil appears to walk soon after birth. While some consider this a precocious behavior, some experts offer an explanation for the newborn's stepping motion. Pictured here are a newborn's feet. ( Christopher Furlong | Getty ...
Brazilian baby walks just moments after birthIndia Today
The incredible moment newborn tot stuns midwives as she starts walking MINUTES after being bornThe Sun
Video clip of walking newborn blows netizens' mindsAsiaOne
Deccan Chronicle -TheHealthSite -Canada News -Khaleej Times
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05/29/2017
Sunscreens linked to serious burns contain 'correct ingredients', TGA says, sparking criticism - ABC Online

ABC Online

Sunscreens linked to serious burns contain 'correct ingredients', TGA says, sparking criticism
ABC Online
Questions are again being raised about the Therapeutic Goods Administration's (TGA) testing regime after the organisation declared sunscreens linked to serious burns contain the "correct ingredients".
The main problem with sunscreenAustralian Journal of Pharmacy (registration) (blog)

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05/29/2017
Finish Your Sleep, Else Your Brain Begins To 'Eat Itself': Study - NDTV

NDTV

Finish Your Sleep, Else Your Brain Begins To 'Eat Itself': Study
NDTV
Yes you heard it! Gross right! And you thought, sleep deprivation only resulted in headaches, and an irritable mood later. Sleep deprivation is one of the most pressing concerns of the current generation, which unfortunately for the lack of its severe ...
A Lack Of Sleep Could Be Causing Your Brain To 'Eat' ItselfIndiatimes.com
This is what happens to your brain when you don't get enough sleepIrish Independent
Study says lack of sleep causes brain to 'eat itself'New Delhi Times
Counsel & Heal -Tech Times -The Inquisitr -Immortal News
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05/29/2017
Outrage as woman shares photo of 'baby smoking cigarette' - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk

Outrage as woman shares photo of 'baby smoking cigarette'
Mirror.co.uk
A photo of a baby with a cigarette in its mouth has caused quite a lot of anger after recirculating on Reddit. A snapshot of an Instagram image was shared on the Trashy subreddit, but originally turned up in 2015 after being posted on social media by a ...
Outrage over smoking babyYahoo7 Be
Mother sparks fury over Instagram photo of baby smokingDaily Mail
Mum photographs toddler smokingTen Eyewitness News

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05/28/2017
Osteoarthritis soars, obesity is to blame - The Australian

Ten Eyewitness News

Osteoarthritis soars, obesity is to blame
The Australian
The number of Australians living with osteoarthritis has soared over the last nine years, in line with the growing number of obese, according to Medibank data. Figures released on Monday by the national private health insurer shows since 2007 the ...
Link between obesity and arthritisTen Eyewitness News

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