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08/30/2016
Doctors failing to spot thousands of heart attacks in women with fatal results - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Doctors failing to spot thousands of heart attacks in women with fatal results
Daily Mail
Doctors are failing to spot thousands of heart attacks suffered by women every year, a major study warns today. According to an analysis of 600,000 British patients, women are 50 per cent more likely than men to have a heart attack misdiagnosed.
Heart attack signs missed in womenThe Australian
Women at more risk of heart misdiagnosisNEWS.com.au
Women suffering heart attacks 50 per cent more likely to be misdiagnosed, study findsTelegraph.co.uk
BBC News -The Guardian -New Zealand Herald -RT
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08/29/2016
Instagram photos can spot depression before diagnosis - The Australian

The Australian

Instagram photos can spot depression before diagnosis
The Australian
Instagram photographs contain clues that the person posting them is depressed, according to research. Artificial intelligence designed to detect depressed people on the photo-sharing network was more accurate than doctors and spotted several cases of ...
Opinion: Scientists accurately detect depression — with InstagramCU Independent
Doing This to Photos? You Might Be DepressedMoney Talks News (blog)
Researchers: Your Instagram pictures may indicate DepressionWTHR
PA home page -The Times (subscription) -Fort Wayne Journal Gazette -Metro
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08/29/2016
Adelaide aged care facility accused of mistreatment has accreditation extended - ABC Online

ABC Online

Adelaide aged care facility accused of mistreatment has accreditation extended
ABC Online
An Adelaide nursing home where a staff member was filmed by a hidden camera appearing to suffocate an elderly resident has had its accreditation extended until 2018. Key points: Accreditation extended for disgraced facility; All 44 audit criteria ...
Adelaide nursing home in alleged patient abuse controversy 'receives top marks on federal audit'9news.com.au
'I'm disgusted': Abuse care home gets perfect marksThe Advertiser
Adelaide woman disgusted Mitcham Care home in Kingswood passes federal auditDaily Mail

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08/29/2016
WA parents demand answers over baby death - NEWS.com.au

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WA parents demand answers over baby death
NEWS.com.au
The grieving parents of a seven-month-old boy who died after being sent home from two Perth hospitals and a GP clinic are demanding answers. Malakai Matui Paraone became ill on Monday last week with a fever and rash and had difficulty moving his right ...
Hospital sent baby home. He died 3 days laterPerth Now
Parents blast Perth hospitals after death of baby Malakai Matui ParaoneWAtoday
Perth baby dies days after being sent home from hospital9news.com.au
TVNZ -The West Australian -Newshub -Yahoo7 News
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08/30/2016
Stillborn baby was cremated by mistake - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

Stillborn baby was cremated by mistake
dailytelegraph.com.au
A report on the investigation into a fatal oxygen mix-up at a Sydney hospital will be released on Saturday. August 27th 2016; 4 days ago; /video/video.news.com.au/News/. Fatal baby gassing report released today. NSW ...
NSW minister quizzed over baby gas mix-upNEWS.com.au
Wrong baby cremated after dead patients 'mixed up' at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital9news.com.au
NSW minister grilled over fatal gas mistakeSky News Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald
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08/29/2016
Instant noodles contain more salt than you might think - The New Daily

The New Daily

Instant noodles contain more salt than you might think
The New Daily
The average packet of instant noodles in Australia contains more salt than two Big Macs. Photo: Getty. James Ried @JamesRied9. Share. Tweet Share Reddit Pin EmailComment. While they might be a cheap and convenient snack, instant noodles contain ...
Salt in instant noodles more than 80 per cent recommended daily intakeNew Zealand Herald
Are instant noodles bad for your health?Good Food
Salt levels in Australia's instant noodles second highest in world to ChinaDaily Mail
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08/29/2016
study finds creatine levels could affect baby birth size - ABC Online

ABC Online

study finds creatine levels could affect baby birth size
ABC Online
The level of the nutrient creatine in a pregnant woman could affect the size of their baby, Melbourne researchers say. An early study by the Hudson Institute of Medical Research showed women who had less of the naturally occurring acid in their urine ...
Sports supplement creatine may play role in babies' healthy birth weightThe Sydney Morning Herald
Fresh fish nutrient may boost baby sizeHerald Sun

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08/29/2016
Those Who Are Hardest To Love Are The Ones Who Need It Most - Huffington Post Australia

Huffington Post Australia

Those Who Are Hardest To Love Are The Ones Who Need It Most
Huffington Post Australia
This has never happened before. An Australian Government has been elected by its citizens with a mandate to reduce suicide among fellow Australians. Indeed, the last Federal election saw real and creditable policy responses by both major Parties to our ...

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08/29/2016
Chronic Fatigue could be the body trying to hibernate - The Australian

The Australian

Chronic Fatigue could be the body trying to hibernate
The Australian
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may be caused by the body mistakenly going into a semi-hibernation state, a study has suggested. An estimated 250,000 people have CFS, also known as ME, in Britain. The mysterious disease, which is difficult to diagnose, ...
CFS possesses objectively identifiable chemical signature in men and women, study revealsNews-Medical.net
Do you suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? There's some good news for youSBS
Chronic fatigue syndrome could be the body trying to hibernateThe Times (subscription)

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08/29/2016
Pete Evans enjoys a surf after saying his children are 'thriving' on the Paleo diet - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Pete Evans enjoys a surf after saying his children are 'thriving' on the Paleo diet
Daily Mail
Evans, 43, who came under fire over comments that dairy products 'can actually remove the calcium from your bones', was pictured enjoying a surf at Bondi Beach with his daughter Chilli. He seemed to be in good spirits while enjoying a day out with the ...
Five More Very Important Problems We Need Pete Evans To SolveJunkee

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