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Why people are wearing purple today

Purple Day (26th March) is a global initiative dedicated to raising awareness of epilepsy. Purple Day was founded in 2008 […]

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Free flu vaccines for children under 5

The Queensland Government is hoping to prevent a repeat of last year’s influenza epidemic by extending its free flu vaccines, […]

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WEATHER WARNING: Cyclone Nora headed for Queensland

Far North Queensland residents have been put on notice, after meteorologists predicted a Category 3 cyclone would cross the Queensland […]

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Measles alert issued for Brisbane

A measles alert has been issued for the Brisbane area, after an adult patient was confirmed to be suffering from […]

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Australia is one step closer to a male contraceptive pill

Melbourne scientists have been developing a male contraceptive pill, which they are aiming to make available to the public in […]

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House Call Doctor poll reveals over a third of Queenslanders were affected by Summer flu

Results from a recent poll showed that 35% of people were impacted by the end of the summer flu. House […]

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Coldest winter in years could see QLD flu cases rise

Meteorologists are predicting that Australia will have the coldest winter yet in recent years. So, getting the influenza vaccine before […]

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UPDATE: melanoma online test available thanks to Queensland researchers

The latest tool in the fight against melanoma has been created by Queensland researchers – an online test that helps […]

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Almost half of Gladstone Emergency patients could have been treated by a GP

Almost half of the patients to pass through Gladstone Hospital’s Emergency Department in the last two years could have been […]

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