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09/29/2016
Low protein diet equals longevity: study - SBS


Bundaberg News Mail

Low protein diet equals longevity: study
SBS
It may be time to stop demonising carbohydrates because a new study has found they may be the "fountain of youth". Source: AAP. 30 Sep 2016 - 2:02 AM UPDATED 3 HOURS AGO. Tweet. If you want to live longer, you may want to ditch the high protein, low ...
Low protein, high carbs key to long life - scientistsNew Zealand Herald

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09/29/2016
Embryos at fertility clinic destroyed during South Australia black out - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Embryos at fertility clinic destroyed during South Australia black out
9news.com.au
Embryos at a South Australian fertility clinic have been destroyed in the devastating black out that briefly affected the entire state. The Adelaide Advertiserreports that "more than a handful" of embryos at Flinders Fertility became "unviable" when ...
Storm outage robs fertility patientsThe Advertiser
Embryos at Flinders Fertility clinic in Adelaide destroyed after power blackoutDaily Mail

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09/29/2016
Fears that patients' personal medical information has been leaked in Medicare data breach - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Fears that patients' personal medical information has been leaked in Medicare data breach
Brisbane Times
There are fears patients' sensitive medical information could have been made public in a Medicare data breach by the health department. Health Minister Sussan Ley insists the data, which was loaded onto the internet, does not identify patients. The ...
Encrypted private medical records released by the Department of Health are vulnerableNEWS.com.au
Medicare dataset pulled after academics find breach of doctor details possibleABC Online
Fed government admits health data breachSBS
Pulse+IT -Sky News Australia -Gizmodo Australia -Lifehacker Australia
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09/29/2016
One in three adults will be obese within a decade, modelling predicts - ABC Online

ABC Online

One in three adults will be obese within a decade, modelling predicts
ABC Online
New modelling predicts 35 per cent of adults will be obese by 2025, with younger people now gaining weight at higher rates than ever before. Key points: Modelling predicts one in three adults will be classified as obese by 2025; Young adults gaining ...
Obesity in Australia to worsen in next decadeSky News Australia
Collective girth: when the obese will outnumber the healthy in AustraliaThe Sydney Morning Herald
Fat Australians set to get fatterNEWS.com.au
National Post -Gizmodo Australia -FoodNavigator-Asia.com -Medical Xpress
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09/29/2016
Coles and Woolworths bread under recall after metal pieces found inside - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Coles and Woolworths bread under recall after metal pieces found inside
The Sydney Morning Herald
More than a dozen types of bread products sold at Coles, Woolworths and many other stores, have been recalled after small metal pieces were found inside. Play. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Remaining Time -0:00. Stream TypeLIVE. Loaded: 0%.
'Dangerous' supermarket bread recalledNEWS.com.au
Bread recalled over small metal piecesSky News Australia
Major supermarkets recall bread rolls over metal fragment fearsYahoo7 News
Ten Eyewitness News -Daily Mail -Mashable -Starts at 60
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09/29/2016
Dementia set to become leading cause of death 'in the next few years' - Australian Ageing Agenda

Australian Ageing Agenda

Dementia set to become leading cause of death 'in the next few years'
Australian Ageing Agenda
Heart disease has been Australia's leading cause of death since the early 20th century but that could change as dementia death rates continue to rise, latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show. Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease ...
Australian household wealth now stands at $8.9 trillionBusiness Insider Australia
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS dataThe Sydney Morning Herald
Elderly suicides 'unbearable to think about'The Australian
9news.com.au -Northern Star -dailytelegraph.com.au -Pro Bono Australia
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09/29/2016
Govt asked to consider deal on GP freeze - SBS

SBS

Govt asked to consider deal on GP freeze
SBS
Doctors are asking the federal government to consider a partial lift on the Medicare freeze. (AAP). Previous Next Show Grid. Medicare. Previous Next Hide Grid. Image. 1/. Video. Audio. Doctors are asking the federal government to consider a partial ...
GP bulk billing only applies to two out of three consults: surveyNEWS.com.au
GP freeze high on agenda at doctor eventYahoo7 News
The Australian sells its front pageCrikey (registration)

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09/29/2016
Cancer Council says you hold the cards to reducing cancer - AdNews

AdNews

Cancer Council says you hold the cards to reducing cancer
AdNews
Cancer Council has launched a new campaign to communicate evidence that shows one in three cases of cancer each year can be prevented by healthier choices. A new campaign from the Cancer Council is tackling the low awareness across the state of all ...
The cancer risks most Australians don't knowThe Sydney Morning Herald

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09/26/2016
Breathing easy: farm upbringing best defence against allergies - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Breathing easy: farm upbringing best defence against allergies
The Sydney Morning Herald
Protection against allergies and asthma in children who grow up on farms extends into their adulthood and may be linked to other health benefits, a new study reveals. A long-running international analysis, led by Australian researchers, also found that ...
Want to reduce your child's risk of allergies? Move to a farmSBS
Children who grew up on farms have fewer allergies, says new researchThe Australian Women's Weekly
Growing up on farm leads to less allergiesNEWS.com.au
KTBS -Newsmax -Plymouth Herald -U.S. News & World Report
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09/29/2016
Mystery bones found in Brisbane park closer to being identified - ABC Online

ABC Online

Mystery bones found in Brisbane park closer to being identified
ABC Online
Police have released more information about human remains found in Brisbane's Teneriffe Park earlier this year. A jaw bone, leg bone and arm bones were discovered in the park by council workers after heavy rain in June. Radio carbon dating has since ...
Mystery bones found in Brisbane park dated by policeThe New Daily
Human bones in Brisbane park historicalNEWS.com.au
Human remains mystery solvedCourier Mail
Brisbane Times -myPolice (press release) (blog)
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