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World Hepatitis Day 2019

What you need to know about the virus  Every year, hepatitis affects 325 million people worldwide and causes 1.4 million deaths from viral […]

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Does coffee increase the risk of cancer?

Queensland study reveals drinking coffee does not change cancer risk There has long been the debate on how drinking coffee […]

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Surviving the Winter with Arthritis

If you’re suffering the painful effects of arthritis, you’ll know how much the condition downgrades your quality of life. According […]

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Burnout officially recognised as a medical condition

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has officially recognised burnout as a medical condition. Faced by many modern professionals, doctors have […]

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Record immunisation rates for Australian children

Australia now has world-leading vaccination rates for children The number of Australian children who are fully immunised continues to rise […]

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National flu death toll passes 300

Health authorities urge Australians to get vaccinated as death toll rises As the national death toll passes 300 people, health […]

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New cost-effective eye tests could detect Alzheimer’s disease

Melbourne’s Centre for Eye Research in Australia (CERA) has developed non-invasive and cost-effective eye tests that can detect early stages […]

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Should I see a doctor for earache?

How our home doctors treat patients in the after-hours At House Call Doctor, we’re often asked what our after-hour doctors […]

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New figures reveal Queensland ED presentations

Queensland Emergency Departments have been swamped with a record number of patients following an unseasonal spike in flu cases. New […]

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