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It’s OK, you don’t have to quit drinking coffee

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) made worldwide headlines last year when it released a report saying processed meat could […]

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Recognising dementia: the subtle signs and symptoms

In the early stages of dementia it can be difficult to tell if you’re losing yourself or a loved one […]

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The vitamin deficiency affecting the elderly and its silent symptoms

Tiredness, lightheadedness, a rapid heart rate and skin that bruises easily. These are some of the symptoms of a B12 […]

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Don’t be fooled. You’re not sun safe just because it’s cold out

It’s a winter’s morning. The sun is deliciously warm on your face because you’re in Queensland and, well, a winter’s […]

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Falls: the size of the public health problem and tips to stay on your feet

Have you ever wondered why most people end up in hospital? Car crashes probably come to mind. It’s a good […]

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Buffering rage: the video streaming problems making us anything but chill

Smartphones really were just the beginning of our personal connection with technology. Now we can wear smart devices and increasingly […]

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Brain scans could help diagnose types of depression and allow tailored treatments

A new Queensland study has found MRIs can reveal if a person has depression and what kind they have. It’s […]

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The election in brief: the policies, the parties and how it all affects you

Here we are in the midst of a federal election campaign. There’s a lot to take in especially considering Queensland […]

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4 ways to make the most of a Queensland winter

While summer might seem like the sunny season, we think it’s during winter that Queensland really shines. Come June 1, […]

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