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Winner announced for Futures in Health Indigenous Scholarship

Image: Demi Cheetham  A young indigenous woman from Cairns who is the first in her family to go to university […]

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Obesity rates double in a decade

A new report has revealed that 5.8 million Australians currently live with obesity, and it’s costing the economy approximately $12 […]

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What you need to know this Parkinson’s Awareness Month

April is known as Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month, and while awareness building campaigns are not restricted to just one month […]

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Exposing Australia’s bad dietary habits

Source: RACGP According to a new report, less than 5% of Australian adults consume the recommended amount of vegetables, while […]

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Bowel cancer screening test: It could save your life

Source: Cancer Council  Did you know bowel cancer claims the lives of more than 80 Australians every week? The Cancer […]

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Cervical Cancer could be eliminated worldwide within 80 years

Cervical cancer could be globally eliminated by the year 2100 according to a new report. The study The Lancet Oncology […]

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Do GPs have to do home visits?

At House Call Doctor, we’re often asked if it’s necessary for GPs, including those who work in clinics, to do […]

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New AIHW study examines Australian ED Presentations

ED or GP? A new study undertaken by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has found that in […]

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Alarming: less than 5% of schools across Australia have received training in epilepsy

Source: Medianet  Epilepsy Australia has found less than 5 per cent of the 9,500 schools across Australia have received epilepsy […]

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