It’s Time for Rural Men to be Conscious About Health

It’s Time for Rural Men to be Conscious About Health

Most rural men are not much concerned about their health issues and they do not even give it a thought. International Men's Health Week is a step to jog them towards the health check-ups which are really necessary.

No More Displaying of Tobacco Products

No More Displaying of Tobacco Products

A new law is to be introduced for Queensland's retail outlets as displaying of tobacco products like cigarettes is to be banned soon. This initiative might help the tobacco users to quit the usage of products as display articles have the power to attract the customers.

Victorian Opposition Appeals for Extended Pathology Review

Victorian Opposition Appeals for Extended Pathology Review

Following an uncertainly looming over the jobs of health care workers in the Bendigo Hospital, as revealed by a review of pathology services, the Victorian Opposition is hell bent to seek an extended review for the same.

Victoria’s Grape and Wine Industry Suffers Loss Due To Bushfires

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In the wake of a massive loss of $300 million to Victoria's grape and wine industry, scientists from Victorian Department of Primary Industries (DPI) have developed a web-based risk assessment tool to identify the quantum of risk posed by smoke taint in grapes and wine.

Seven Councils Join Hands to Combat Climatic Change

Aiming to address the global issue of climate change, a clan of local councils has come together with the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority.

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A cure for Alzheimer’s disease remains elusive

Billions of dollars have already been spent on the fight against the Alzheimer's disease, but a cure for the disease remains elusive.

Texas couple celebrates twin pregnancy after years of fertility struggle

Following years of struggle with infertility, a couple in Texas is finally expecting twins.

Flu vaccine is 48% effective this season: CDC

Flu vaccine has reduced the risk of infections in the United States by nearly half this season but the infection is expected to continue for the next many weeks, the Centers for Disease Control &am

Erosion of beaches will get worse: researchers warn

Portraying a gloomy picture of the future, the 2015-16 El Niño eroded an unprecedented amount of the West Coast’s beaches across the states of California, Oregon and Washington.

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Teen suicide rates fell as gay marriage was legalized: researchers find

Fewer American teens attempted suicide after same-sex marriage became legal and the biggest impact was seen among gay, lesbian and bisexual kids, a new study revealed.

South Korea to set up foot-&-mouth vaccine plant

In a bid to combat frequent outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease, South Korea is mulling a plan to set up a manufacturing facility to locally develop a vaccine to cure animals hi

A cure for Alzheimer’s disease remains elusive

Billions of dollars have already been spent on the fight against the Alzheimer's disease, but a cure for the disease remains elusive.

Texas couple celebrates twin pregnancy after years of fertility struggle

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New advocacy group to fight for lowering drug prices

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Stem cell transplant halts MS disability progression: study

Stem cell transplants should be performed in young multiple sclerosis (MS) patients before they go through rounds of other treatments as the procedure is most effective if done in the early stage o

Teen suicide rates fell as gay marriage was legalized: researchers find

Fewer American teens attempted suicide after same-sex marriage became legal and the biggest impact was seen among gay, lesbian and bisexual kids, a new study revealed.

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