Knight Frank top brass face bullying claim
Commercial real estate group Knight Frank Australia is facing allegations senior staff bullied the agency's former national head of research and consulting.
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The future of cataract surgery
As the most common procedure performed by the ophthalmic surgeon, in 2014, 4.3 million cataract operations took place in the European Union Member States. It is estimated that...
8 days ago - Modern Medicine
Peak Life Prostate Review
Peak Life Prostate is a nutritional supplement that is designed to help aging men control the size of their prostates and the symptoms that are associated with prostate...
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The future of cataract surgery
E: frank goes.be Dr Goes is medical director, Goes Eye Centre Left Bank in Antwerp, Belgium. Dr Goes serves as a member of the Ophthalmology Times Europe Editorial Advisory...
9 days ago - Modern Medicine
For a good night's sleep, have something to get up for
By Sarah Knapton It is said that a clear conscience makes the softest pillow, but the secret of a good night's sleep may be having something worth getting out of bed for the...
10 days ago - National Post
Advanced Illness & End-Of-Life Care
Health care systems worldwide are facing macro-scale changes involving advanced illness and end-of-life care that could affect both the quality of care and the quality of life...
15 days ago - Health Affairs - 4 articles
Jarrad McVeigh pushing for recall as Sydney Swans near full health
Former captain Jarrad McVeigh is pressing hard for a senior recall with the resurgent Sydney facing several big selection calls as it pushes for a remarkable finals berth.
25 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Do Anti-Aging Products Actually Work?
Plenty of over-the-counter anti-aging products make the enticing claim that they can turn back the clock, for a brighter, smoother, younger-looking complexion. And many people...
26 days ago - Health
Guest Commentary: STAMPEDE trial provides exciting results, questions in prostate cancer treatment
In this guest commentary, Terence Friedlander, MD, discusses the benefits associated with the addition of abiraterone acetate to standard treatment in patients with high-risk...
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Cataract surgery technique addresses challenges of Stevens-Johnson syndrome
A modified surgical technique has been developed to treat cataract patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a disease characterized by blistering of the skin and mucous...
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Early menopause raises the risk of Type 2 diabetes
Women who start the menopause before 40 are four times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than those who start the process after 55, according to new research.
Eating These Foods Can Boost Your Brainpower As You Age
Photograph by getty images They may protect you from the memory declines and brain blips The foods you eat to keep your body healthy might also help your brain: The same foods...
Early Menopause May Be Tied to Type 2 Diabetes
When periods stop before 40, risk is 4 times greater compared to late menopause, study suggests Related MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes Type 2 , Menopause
Preventing Alzheimer's may be as easy as eating these 5 common foods
Alzheimer's disease is an insidious illness; often developing without indication and leaving patients and families alike with a heavy burden. The latest statistics reveal that...
It's not just in America: Norwegian nursing homes are also over-medicating...
It's hard not to feel the overwhelming urge to take the best care of yourself possible when you hear what happens to elderly people in nursing homes. While horror stories...
London mum with Alzheimer's is making memories with son
Jayde Greene, 27, from Leytonstone, east London, is expected to develop Alzheimer's symptoms when her now one-year-old son is as young as 15. She worries he may also develop...
Estradiol Exposure Linked To Risk Of Depressive Symptoms in Women
Earlier menopause, fewer menstrual cycles over lifespan, or more frequent hot flashes was associated with an increased risk of depression in women.
Dozens of Potential Alzheimer's Meds in The Pipeline
Last new drug for the memory-robbing disease was introduced in the United States in 2003 Related MedlinePlus Pages: Alzheimer's Disease
Doctors call for a public inquiry over vaginal meshes
Over 800 women are suing the NHS or mesh manufacturers - but senior doctors say there are more victims and compare it to the thalidomide scandal. Campaigners want a ban.
'Exciting' dementia blood test can identify those at risk
Senior author Professor Randall Bateman, of Washington University School of Medicine, said: 'This is exciting because it could be the basis for a rapid and inexpensive blood...