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Scheme to plug expensive hole in insurance for Queensland crash survivors

We often hear about car accidents in the news when someone dies, but not as much about the lifelong impacts […]

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Surviving strokes: the warning signs, available treatments and new research

The road to surviving, and recovering, from a stroke begins with getting emergency care as quickly as possible. The risk […]

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Whooping cough vaccine ‘not as effective’ as earlier version: AMAQ says

Whooping cough is a “very contagious” respiratory infection caused by the rather aggressive bacteria bordetella pertussis. It has long been […]

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Your health is in your hands. A lesson in being prepared for the unexpected

This is the personal story of a 28-year-old woman who was struck down with a serious injury and plunged into […]

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Simple ways to manage winter skin

It’s rather delicious out in Queensland right now. It’s the time of year our state is blessed with the lovely […]

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From the House Call Doctor medical must reads file: know the signs of a heart attack

Did you know that feeling nauseous and breaking out in a sweat can be warning signs you’re experiencing a heart […]

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Why it’s productive to play music while you work

If you’re looking for reasons to play your favourite tunes on repeat, then you’re in the right place. Many of […]

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Australia failing its poorest children: UNICEF

We live in what is generally considered to be a privileged country. Our standards of living are ranked among the […]

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Sugars explained: the types to avoid and the safest of the sweet stuff

Sure, sugar is sweet, but it’s certainly not simple. We use the word sugar to describe that white stuff we […]

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