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12/16/2017
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12/16/2017
Hormonal IUD horror stories spark concern about side-effects of contraceptive option - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Hormonal IUD horror stories spark concern about side-effects of contraceptive option
The Sydney Morning Herald
When Esther Colner went to her doctor for a contraceptive three years ago, she specifically asked for a non-hormonal option. Ms Colner, 22, a student from Canberra, had experienced problems with the contraceptive pill and Implanon before. Despite this ...
The Pill And Other Hormonal Contraceptives Greatly Increase Risk Of Breast CancerAnglophone Tibune

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12/16/2017
New mums can now give birth to their bubs without paying $10000 gap fees - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

New mums can now give birth to their bubs without paying $10000 gap fees
Daily Telegraph
NEW mums will save up to $10,000 in obstetrician's fees under a revolutionary new care model funded by the country's largest health fund. Pregnant women will get 10 visits with a private midwife, 3 checks by a private obstetrician and have their baby ...

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12/16/2017
Adelaide mother and daughter in heartbreaking situation with both having rare forms of cancers - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Adelaide mother and daughter in heartbreaking situation with both having rare forms of cancers
NEWS.com.au
ADELAIDE mother and daughter Leah Boyce and Ally Eberhardt's heartbreaking revelation that they both have rare forms of cancers and how they find courage in each other to confront their challenges. Ben Harvy. Sunday Mail (SA)December 16, 201710:52pm ...

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12/16/2017
Aussie scientists on the cusp of helping paraplegics walk again - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Aussie scientists on the cusp of helping paraplegics walk again
Courier Mail
THE impossible dream of helping paraplegics walk is within the grasp of Australian scientists who have managed to get paralysed mice moving again. It's happening thanks to the work of two separate groups of scientists at Griffith University's Gold ...

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12/16/2017
No one thought Rachel would keep her baby: 'Anencephaly' they wrote on a post-it - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

No one thought Rachel would keep her baby: 'Anencephaly' they wrote on a post-it
The Sydney Morning Herald
At her 12-week scan in 2013, Mrs Namoa and her husband William Namoa were told their unborn baby had anencephaly. The baby would be born without major parts of her brain, skull and scalp. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Link ...

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12/16/2017
Ask Fuzzy: Going viral for cellular change - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Ask Fuzzy: Going viral for cellular change
Brisbane Times
To change a genetic feature of a living organism we might have to edit all cells in its body. However, in most cases we need to target only a select few types of cells. Some diseases such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a heart-weakening disease, can ...

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12/16/2017
About Last Night: I have herpes - is this the end of my sex life? - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

About Last Night: I have herpes - is this the end of my sex life?
The Sydney Morning Herald
Q: I am a single working woman (42) who is looking for a life partner. Over the past couple of years, I've encountered a number of men, but with no result. I never, ever had unprotected sex, although I did enjoy oral. Recently, I was diagnosed with ...

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12/16/2017
This Revolting Poster Could Increase Teen Smoking Risk, If Teens Are To Be Believed - Gizmodo Australia

Gizmodo Australia

This Revolting Poster Could Increase Teen Smoking Risk, If Teens Are To Be Believed
Gizmodo Australia
Can you trust science based on teenage subjects? Let me ask you a different question: Can you trust teenagers not to prank scientists? In a recent study, teenagers exposed to this poster may or may not have been tempted to buy cigarettes. Image: US HHS ...
Roll-your-own cigarette smoking on riseThe Australian
Debate over e-cigarettes as tool to quit smokingNew Zealand Herald
Underage smokers: The ease of getting cigarettes put to the testChannel NewsAsia
Seymour Tribune -Washington Post -PRWeek -The Daily News of Newburyport
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12/15/2017
Fruit Fly Genetics Might Explain Why Some of Us Need More Sleep Than Others - ScienceAlert

ScienceAlert

Fruit Fly Genetics Might Explain Why Some of Us Need More Sleep Than Others
ScienceAlert
The ideal amount of sleep we need each night varies from person to person, but the exact relationship between sleep and genetics still isn't clear – something that a new study on populations of fruit flies might help to shed light on. A small group of ...
Is There A Genetic Cause Behind Sleep Duration Variation?ReliaWire
Researchers explore complex genetic network behind sleep durationpharmabiz.com
Medical Information In the present day: Want extra sleep than most individuals? Blame your genesKaplan Herald
Daily Mail
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12/15/2017
Scientists use nanoparticles to fight Mucoviscidosis - News-Medical.net

The TeCake

Scientists use nanoparticles to fight Mucoviscidosis
News-Medical.net
Scientists of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany succeeded in developing an efficient method to treat Mucoviscidosis. Crucial are nanoparticles that transport the antibiotics more efficiently to their destination. First of all, the active ...
Nanoparticles may be solution against antibiotic resistanceKasmir Monitor
Are nano particles the answer to antibiotic resistance?TheHealthSite
Nanoparticles can cure the antibiotics resistanceThe TeCake
International Business Times, Singapore Edition
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