Canberra's Nick Winter signs first full contracts with South Australia Redbacks
Canberra quick Nick Winter signed his first full state contract for South Australia on Tuesday.
19 minutes ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland on track for record flu season
The flu is hitting Queensland hard and the state is on track for a record season, with 24,605 people struck down by the disease.
3 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Cirrhosis, Now Linked to NAFLD, Presents Management Challenges
Cirrhosis, or advanced fibrosis of the liver, presents with many challenges such as complications associated with portal hypertension, but in today's medical climate, it must...
4 hours ago - Healio
How Dentistry Is Poisoning the Next Generation
By Dr. Mercola Since you read this newsletter, you probably already know that amalgam dental fillings are 50 percent mercury and that mercury-free filling choices are...
4 hours ago - Mercola
Backyard flock Salmonella victims triple, 1 dead; more expected
So far this year, preschoolers account for a third of the 961 confirmed victims in a Salmonella outbreak that has turned deadly and been traced to backyard poultry...
6 hours ago - Food Safety
Despite SIDS risk, 56% of parents inconsistently use safe infant sleep positions
Although the rate of sudden infant death syndrome has declined in the United States following the Back-to-Sleep campaign - which encouraged supine sleeping positions for...
8 hours ago - Healio - 3 articles
NASA may accidentally set off the Yellowstone supervolcano in a risky effort to prevent it from blowing
Scientists at National Aeronautics and Space Administration may have come up with an unconventional plan to save the United States from the supposed explosion of the allegedly...
8 hours ago - Natural News
VicRoads sues Grocon for $1m over 'rock mass failure' that closed Elizabeth St
VicRoads is suing one of the state's biggest builders and developers over an excavation mistake.
8 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Anthem's exit leaves thousands without health insurance choice in California
For about 60,000 Covered California customers, choosing a health plan next year will be easier, and possibly more painful, than ever: There will be only one insurer left in...
10 hours ago - Redlands Daily Facts
'This has not caused a diplomatic incident': Qld Attorney-General on Prince Frederik rebuff
The state Opposition Leader questioned whether Crown Prince Frederik would have met his Australian wife Princess Mary, who he met in a bar, under the Queensland laws.
10 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald - 2 articles
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More dementia patients in A&E over lack of care home beds
A study by King's College London found the number of later-stage dementia patients making emergency visits to hospital jumped by 62 per cent between 2008 and 2013.
Looking Out for 'Signature' Causes of BRCAness in Breast Cancer Cells
Signature 3 presence or absence in breast cancer cells helps classify the rare BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations as harmful or not, reveals a new study.
Heart Safe Program Enhances CPR and AED Use in Participating Communities
Heart Safe program has been effective in helping communities and also play a significant role in providing citizen CPR education and AED placements
Exposure to outdoor light at night can increase breast cancer risk, claim...
Women who reside in areas with plenty of outdoor lighting at night may want to reconsider their living situation. The researchers behind a recent Harvard study uncovered a link...
Online opportunities-not loss of big account-drove finished products shift...
A shift in market dynamics-not a legal dispute with a key customer-is what drove ChromaDex to try for a second time the finished products route for one of its branded ingredients.
Calcium may not help prevent bone loss in men
Bone Mineral Density and rates of bone loss showed no association with dietary calcium intake in men, according to a recent study in British Journal of Nutrition.
Eating Disorders Linked To History Of Theft
Convictions could increase a patient's stress and anxiety, interrupt treatment and hamper recovery.
High blood pressure is on the rise in children and teens
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines to help detect high blood pressure in children and teens. This is after a study revealed that 3.5 percent have...
Of Course Donald Trump Stared Right Into The Eclipse Without Glasses
Donald Trump photographed enjoying the eclipse - without glasses Donald Trump did that thing that scientists have been warning us about for weeks: stared straight into the sun...
Parents are failing to put babies to sleep on their backs
Less than half of the babies in the US sleep on their backs all the time, despite doctors' warnings to parents that this sleeping position decreases a baby's risk of dying of SIDS.