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Diabetes linked to increased risk for Parkinson’s

New research People with Type 2 Diabetes are more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease than those without the condition, a […]

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Daily tablet provides hope for hay fever and asthma sufferers

New relief in sight A daily tablet dissolved under the tongue can safeguard sufferers of Spring hay fever and deadly […]

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Feeling ‘hangry’? It’s not just you!

New study reveals you really can feel hangry The term ‘hangry’ is all too familiar for some of us as […]

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Flu cases officially jump 256 per cent

Why has 2018 seen a dramatic increase? As the mercury falls across Queensland and the flu season proper strikes, it’s […]

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Why you need to ‘get behind it’! Each year, 15,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer and of these cases, […]

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Food Allergies: What you need to know in 2018

Your go-to guide Every year, researchers across Australia and the globe are devoting time and resources to discovering the underlying […]

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All you need to know about: Shingles

What is Shingles? Shingles (or herpes zoster) is a condition caused by the chickenpox (varicella-zoster) virus and can only occur […]

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Study: 50-year olds with raised blood pressure at risk of dementia

Powerful new findings A new study in Cardiovascular Research indicates 50 year-olds with slightly raised blood pressure are at an […]

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What the new State budget means for the Queensland health system

And why our lifestyle choices influenced the funding allocation Treasurer Jackie Trad and Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have handed down the […]

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