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Amber alert mother issues call to arms to stand up against Queensland health system - Brisbane Times
Cini Walker, the mother of four-year-old Chase Walker-Steven who was at the centre of an Amber Alert on Friday, has issued a call to arms for her supporters to stand up against the Queensland health system. The Logan family was released from a New ...
Mum defends boy's low weight after search
Anti-vax couple who took son from Brisbane hospital allowed to return home
4yo disabled boy safe, parents won't be charged after amber alert
Four million Australians with high blood pressure 'ticking time-bombs' - 9news.com.au
Millions of Australians are walking around like "ticking time-bombs", unaware they're at risk of a stroke or heart attack because of their dangerously high blood pressure. Heart Foundation analysis of the latest data from the Australian Bureau of ...
Heart risks higher in the regions, Heart Foundation says
Girl Scalped in Carnival Ride Accident Says 'My Scars Don't Define Me' - TIME
Nearly a year after suffering a horrific injury on a carnival ride, 12-year-old Elizabeth Gilreath is speaking publicly about her recovery. "My scars don't define me. Nobody's scars should define them," she told NBC affiliate WOWT 6 News Thursday ...
One year later: Lulu speaks out about recovery after carnival ride
Girl Injured on Carnival Ride: 'My Scars Don't Define Me'
Finally, cure to end bleeding in women - Deccan Chronicle
Low-cost drug, tranexamic acid, reduces bleeding in women with postpartum haemorrhage according to the findings of a trial involving 20,000 women in 21 countries, which have been published in the recent issue of Lancet journal. Hyderabad: Low-cost drug ...
Low-cost drug for severe bleeding could save lives of mothers after childbirth
Simple treatment for severe bleeding could save lives of new mothers in Pakistan
Cheap blood drug could prevent maternal death globally
WARNING: Energy drinks worse, more dangerous than caffeine, says study! - Kasmir Monitor
Energy drinks have always been a subject of deep debate over its health properties. Those who indulge in it, swear by its 'healthier' properties compared to sodas and other caffeinated drinks. However, a new study has completely negated this belief ...
All Those Energy Drinks Might Be Messing Up Your Heart
Just how bad are energy drinks for your health?
Energy Drink Effects More Than Caffeine
Two pints of BEER is BETTER for pain relief than paracetamol, claims study - Express.co.uk
DRINKING two pints of beer is more effective at relieving pain than taking painkillers, according to a new study. By Laura Mowat. PUBLISHED: 16:47, Sat, Apr 29, 2017 | UPDATED: 16:58, Sat, Apr 29, 2017 ...
Two pints of beer 'is BETTER than paracetamol' â new research reveals
Two pints of beer better for pain relief than paracetamol, study says
Study claims two pints provide better pain relief than paracetamol
Study finds increased interest for cosmetic surgery among teens involved in bullying - News-Medical.net
Adolescents who are involved in bullying--victims and perpetrators alike--are more likely to say they would want to undergo cosmetic surgery to be more attractive or fix perceived flaws, reports a study in the May issue of Plastic and Reconstructive ...
Are we OK with games that allow kids to perform eye lifts and nose jobs?
Bullying Makes Teens Opt for Cosmetic Surgery
Bullies and their victims more likely to want plastic surgery, finds study
Men with prostate cancer saved by breast tumour pill - Daily Mail
A 'wonder drug' that boosts survival in women battling genetic breast and ovarian cancer may also be a lifeline for men with advanced prostate cancer, according to new research. The latest findings from clinical trials could give further hope to many ...
Prostate foundation calls for dedicated nurses
Health safety focus - Fiji Times
Overall Vagotomy Not Linked to Risk of Parkinson's Disease - Doctors Lounge
Overall vagotomy is not associated with the risk of Parkinson's disease, according to a study published online April 26 in Neurology. But there is a trend toward lower risk of Parkinson's for patients with truncal vagotomy. Share |. Comments: (0 ...