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Australians not eating right protein foods - SBS
FOOD Magazine - Australia
New CSIRO research has found people with low-quality diets obtained eight times more of their protein from junk foods than people with high-quality diets. Updated Updated 1 hour ago. Eating protein is essential for weight loss but new research reveals ...
Stop Counting Meat Pies As Protein In Your Diet, Scientists Say
Poor protein sources behind Australia's obesity problems: CSIRO
Meat Pie Is Not The Healthy Protein in Your Diet, According to Scientists
Most Maps of the New Ebola Outbreak Are Wrong - The Atlantic
Like âThe Atlantic? Subscribe to âThe Atlantic Dailyâ, our free weekday email newsletter. On Thursday, the World Health Organization released a map showing parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo that are currently being affected by Ebola. The map ...
Nurse dead in Congo as Ebola vaccination campaign starts
Congo begins giving experimental Ebola vaccine to medics
Nurse dead of Ebola in Congo
Former smoker Gary Hill tells cigarettes to eat his dust - The Mercury
Gary Hill, 51, chose the former and threw away his smokes seven years ago. Mr Hill decided to quit because his daughter Nadia was being born. Being a two-pack-a-day smoker, Mr Hill locked himself in his house for three weeks. So far he reckons he has ...
Health Matters: PTSD Warning Signs - NBC2 News
It can happen after a violent event, a natural disaster, an accident, or after the death of a loved one, Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a mental health condition caused by a traumatic event. âSome people if they develop it, it can last for ...
'The anxiety started to build after attack'
Officials say medical marijuana could help veterans with PTSD
CBD for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
$20k nightmare after horror shark attack - Warwick Daily News
Warwick Daily News
Warwick Daily News
A MAN who received gruesome injuries after being bitten by a shark while volunteering has been forced to start a GoFundMe page to repay his debts. Mathew Vickers was researching the recovery rate of coral on the Great Barrier Reef on a volunteering ...
Man who was bitten by a shark during a university research trip says academics were offered trauma support following ...
Body clock linked to mood disorders - MENAFN.COM
(MENAFN - Jordan Times) PARIS â Messing with the natural rhythm of one's internal clock may boost the risk of developing mood problems ranging from garden-variety loneliness to severe depression and bipolar disorder, researchers said on Wednesday.
Daily Routines Are Great For Mental Health, Claims a New Study
Intermittent Fasting May Up Diabetes Risk: 5 Health Risks Of Intermittent Fasting - NDTV
Intermittent fasting has been a popular weight loss fad. However, a new study suggests that it might be putting you at a higher risk of diabetes. Researchers found that fasting every other day for weight loss can adversely impact the action of blood ...
The 5:2 diet could increase risk of diabetes, say scientists
Fasting every other day to lose weight? It may up diabetes risk
Intermittent fasting may increase diabetes risk, shows study
Screening May Miss Signs of Autism, Especially in Girls: Study - HealthDay
MONDAY, May 21, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- An important checklist used to screen for autism can miss subtle clues in some children, delaying their eventual diagnosis. Researchers found that the Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, or M-CHAT, can ...
Autism screen misses children with noticeable delays
Children with autism missed by early screening show measurable differences at screening age
Clinical Features of Children With Autism Who Passed 18-Month Screening
'Super gonorrhoea' is on the rise worldwide as experts warn the STD could become INCURABLE - Mirror.co.uk
The disease is increasingly infecting people across the globe, with cases in both Europe and Australia, international health agencies say. Share; Comments. By. Sophie Evans. 11:42, 21 MAY 2018; Updated 11:44, 21 MAY 2018. News. Video Loading.
Super gonorrhea is infecting people worldwide and 'could become incurable'
3 new cases of 'super gonorrhea' have been reported
Heartbreaking reason Marlene picked as Relay face - Queensland Times
WHEN Marlene Armstrong lost her partner to cancer seventeen years ago, she started looking for a way to give back. Since then, the Ipswich woman has volunteered for Cancer Council Queensland, to help locals affected by the disease and fundraise for a ...
Relay for Life surpasses goal
Rainy relay raises $42000 to fight cancer
Riverbend Relay For Life event leads fight for cancer-free world