Congressional report says China and WHO failed to take sufficient action to prevent coronavirus pandemic
The House Committee on Foreign Affairs is poised to release a 96-page audit report on the irresponsible actions of the World Health Organization and China in the early days of...
35 minutes ago - Natural News - 2 articles
Serious injury or death: dangers found on COVID-19 cycleway
An independent safety audit of an inner-city pop-up cycleway installed by the state government as an emergency coronavirus measure found 26 safety issues, including multiple...
1 day ago - Sydney Morning Herald - 6 articles
Diagnosis of Overweight or Obese Malnutrition spells DOOM for hip fracture patients; a prospective audit
Crude diagnostic parameters such as BMI limit recognition of malnutrition in overweight and obese patients. This study applied a robust malnutrition diagnostic measure to...
9 days ago - Clinical Nutrition - 2 articles
Audit office exposes flaws in Brisbane's bushland purchasing program
The Queensland Audit Office says there are risks that bushland that was not identified as needed for protection could be bought by Brisbane City Council.
15 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Government strategies to cut childhood obesity have 'had little impact' for nearly a decade
The report by the National Audit Office revealed that childhood obesity levels in 10 to 11-year-olds rose from 18.7 per cent to 20.2 per cent in the past decade, and stayed the...
15 days ago - Daily Mail
Millions of dollars in repairs nipped in the bud: Sydney's new building sheriff is cracking down
I was part of an audit of a large development that was one week away from completion.
16 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Council-issued credit cards used for bath bombs, beer advent calendars
A statewide spending audit of credit card use among local council staff in NSW warned tighter rules were required to prevent misuse or fraud.
17 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Iceland told to improve controls for ready-to-eat foods
Iceland has been told to improve official controls on ready-to-eat food by the European Free Trade Association . The EFTA Surveillance Authority monitors compliance with...
19 days ago - Food Safety
Fasting and Surgery Timing audit
International guidance advocates the avoidance of prolonged preoperative fasting due to its negative impact on perioperative hydration. This study aimed to assess the adherence...
20 days ago - Clinical Nutrition
Repeat offenders: Food and retail businesses still underpaying staff
A national audit found a high rate of reoffending when it comes to pay and conditions, while most Melbourne laneway food outlets failed a separate audit.
20 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
The headlines of Master Doctor
Challenge trial volunteer reveals he'll be cooped up for two weeks to test...
Alastair Fraser-Urquhart, 18, said he would be in the clinic for at least two weeks, or until his symptoms of the virus disappear. He signed up to 'save thousands of lives'.
Test and Trace gets worse AGAIN: Just 1.8% taking home tests get Covid-19...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged 100 per cent of people would get their Covid-19 test result back within 24 hours. But almost 100 per cent of tests in England take more...
Men Have Increased Risk of COVID-19 Associated Death
Men are more prone to progress to critical phases of COVID-19 and have higher death rates as well as longer hospital stays, that are all associated with higher inflammatory...
Investigating the efficacy of TCM extraction methods to deliver drug-like...
In this study, researchers from Australia and China investigated whether the extraction methods used in Traditional Chinese Medicine are capable of delivering molecules with...
Coronavirus infection rates, cases and deaths on Thursday, Sept 24
Wales recorded 348 new coronavirus cases with several more areas now being on the brink of a local lockdown
England, Scotland and Wales declare 33 new Covid-19 deaths
Health officials have yet to confirm the final figure, which takes into account data from every setting across the UK. The early count for England only includes lab-confirmed...
US trial of Oxford University's Covid-19 vaccine STILL on hold waiting on...
Doctors restarted the trials in the UK on Saturday, September 12, five days after a side effect was investigated. But regulators in the US have not followed almost two weeks later.
Britain will 'host world's first Covid-19 vaccine challenge trial', reports
The controversial trials - which could rapidly speed up vaccine development - are said to be set to begin in January at a quarantine facility in east London.
Metformin Slows Cognitive Decline, Says New Study
The risk of dementia in individuals with type 2 diabetes could be reduced by using common antidiabetic medication Metformin.
Exercise Hormone may Modulate Genes Linked to Coronavirus Replication
Exercise hormone irisin may modulate genes associated with the replication of novel coronavirus, said a new study.