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08/21/2018
Daffodil Day: What is Daffodil Day and where does the money go? | Video - Western Advocate


Western Advocate

Daffodil Day: What is Daffodil Day and where does the money go? | Video
Western Advocate
IT may be the Cancer Council's most iconic fundraiser of the year, but there is a very serious reason behind the existence Daffodil Day. Now in its 32nd year, the event raised more than $140,000 in Western NSW during 2017 to help support people during ...
Pirie's Daffodil Day fundraiser to help cancer researchThe Recorder
Daffodil Day: Police bear Dougal on the case for the Cancer CouncilCommunity Newspaper Group
Collectable bear makes arresting debutThe West Australian
Triple M -Wellington Times -Moree Champion -Yorke Peninsula Country Times
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08/20/2018
Mum pleads for cheaper insulin as son dies after rationing expensive diabetes drug - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Mum pleads for cheaper insulin as son dies after rationing expensive diabetes drug
NEWS.com.au
LITTLE did Alex Smith know that his 26th birthday would also be his death sentence, after failing to be able to afford the one drug he needed to live. Kimberly L. Wright. Fox NewsAugust 21, 20183:46pm. Video; Image ...
'His 26th birthday became a death sentence'Lismore Echo
Son's death pushes Minnesota mom into fight against high, rising drug pricesMinneapolis Star Tribune

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08/20/2018
My Health Record, Indigenous people encouraged to opt in - Katherine Times

Katherine Times

My Health Record, Indigenous people encouraged to opt in
Katherine Times
Indigenous people are being encouraged to create their own My Health Record. According to leading health practitioners, My Health Record plays a positive role in improving health outcomes for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people. “Having a My ...
Major Grant To Fund Research Into Indigenous LGBTIQ Mental HealthQNews
Project looking for ways to improve Indigenous mothers and infants' health through culturally appropriate interventionsFolio - University of Alberta

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08/20/2018
The humble leaf that could give Botox the boot - The Australian

The Australian

The humble leaf that could give Botox the boot
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. The humble leaf that could give Botox the boot. Maple leaf extract could prove the natural alternative to Botox. picture: iStock. By Rhys Blakely; The Times; 7:48AM August 21, 2018; Comments ...
Natural Botox Alternative? Maple Leaf Extract Could Prevent Wrinkles, Scientists SayMedical Daily
Maple leaf extract could prevent wrinklesNews-Medical.net
Maple leaves may hold the key to wrinkle-preventionNew Atlas
Medical News Today -HealthDay -The Times -Phys.Org
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08/20/2018
Doctors urged to ask one question amid spike in deadly condition caused by 'the new asbestos' - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Doctors urged to ask one question amid spike in deadly condition caused by 'the new asbestos'
NEWS.com.au
A DISEASE from the 1940s is making a terrifying resurgence among Australia's tradies. Experts say there's a simple question doctors should ask. Frank Chung@franks_chung · news.com.auAugust 21, 20182:13pm. Video; Image ...
Question doctors must ask tradiesCQ News
Tradespeople reveal worrying work practices during Tradies National Health MonthNEWS.com.au
Alarming spike in tradies hit by deadly condition caused by 'the new asbestos'NEWS.com.au
Shine Lawyers
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08/20/2018
Muswellbrook's Kylie Facer hoping to raise more money for Cerebral Palsy Alliance with charity walk - Muswellbrook Chronicle

Muswellbrook Chronicle

Muswellbrook's Kylie Facer hoping to raise more money for Cerebral Palsy Alliance with charity walk
Muswellbrook Chronicle
THE Cerebral Palsy Alliance helps families in need and, next month, Upper Hunter locals will have the chance to help the foundation itself. A community walk and family day will take place on Sunday, September 9, at Simpson Park in Muswellbrook, in the ...
Steptember 2018: One Baby Is Born Every 15 Hours With Cerebral Palsy In AustraliaWomen Love Tech (press release) (blog)
Watch: Step in the shoes of a 21-year-old with cerebral palsyThe New Daily
Cerebral Palsy Market to Perceive Substantial Growth During 2017-2027advertisingmarket24.com
theimportanttrends.com
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08/21/2018
Strawberries could help reduce inflammation: study - Xinhua

TMR Research Blog

Strawberries could help reduce inflammation: study
Xinhua
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21 (Xinhua) -- Daily consumption of strawberries could mitigate colonic inflammation, a U.S. non-profit scientific organization said Monday. The American Chemical Society (ACS), the world's largest non-profit scientific society ...
Strawberries can boost gut healthBusiness Standard
Strawberries may reduce gut inflammationMD Linx (press release)
Strawberries might reduce harmful inflammation in the colonThe Indian Wire
Women's Health -TMR Research Blog (press release) (blog) -NDTV -TheHealthSite
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08/21/2018
Liberia: Dr. Mosoka Fallah Gets Teaching Position At Harvard Medical School - AllAfrica.com

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Liberia: Dr. Mosoka Fallah Gets Teaching Position At Harvard Medical School
AllAfrica.com
Born in the slump, raised in extreme poverty, Dr. Mosoka P. Fallah has become yet another shining Liberian star, not only at home, but also in the Diaspora where his redemption from poverty and material backwardness originated as a result of his ...
Want to live a longer life? Research says you should do these five things.Washington Post
Trying For A Baby? These Undies Could Help Boost Your Man's FertilityHit 107

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08/20/2018
The big fat link between obesity and breast cancer - Illawarra Mercury

Illawarra Mercury

The big fat link between obesity and breast cancer
Illawarra Mercury
For the first time in history, there are now more people with obesity in the world than underweight people. The tidal wave of obesity shows no signs of slowing down – a 2016 global analysis in The Lancet found that worldwide, the number of obese people ...
Prevalence and risk factors for fatigue among breast cancer survivors on aromatase inhibitorsMD Linx (press release)
Breast Cancer Therapeutics Market: Competitive Dynamics & Global Outlook 2025 – QY Researchchemicalreport24.com
Global Cancer Therapeutics And Biotherapeutics Market to Witness a Pronounce Growth During 2025 – QY researchadvertisingmarket24.com

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08/20/2018
'Now, finally, I can have some sort of a normal life' - News Mail

News Mail

'Now, finally, I can have some sort of a normal life'
News Mail
These words are from Bundaberg's Sabrina Zwarts after the life saving drug Orkambi was placed on the PBS. Miss Zwarts has cystic fibrosis and has been fighting for three years to have the medication placed on the scheme to make it affordable to everyone.
'She's never had to think about what she'll do in the future': Patients hail listing of CF drugRACGP
Cystic Fibrosis 'wonder drug' gets approvalMackay Daily Mercury
Bonhill mother "disgusted" as cystic fibrosis drug is STILL unavailable after 1000 daysScottish Daily Record
The Inverell Times -The Honest Reporter -Expert Herald (press release) (blog) -Newcastle Herald
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