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Major breakthrough as researchers develop blood test for eight common cancers - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
An annual blood test for eight common cancers could soon become part of Australians' regular health check-up, revolutionising early detection for the deadly disease and potentially saving thousands of lives. In a major breakthrough, researchers say ...
Blood test that can detect eight of the most common cancers could be available in next few years
A new blood test can detect eight different cancers in their early stages
World-first blood test developed to detect eight common cancers early
'Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24' - BBC News
Adolescence now lasts from the ages of 10 to 24, although it used to be thought to end at 19, scientists say. Young people continuing their education for longer, as well as delayed marriage and parenthood, has pushed back popular perceptions of when ...
Scientists prolong adolescent years to 24 years old, report says
Millennials are stuck in adolescence until the age of 24, experts reveal
Adolescence is now between the ages of 10 to 24, say experts
This Popular Household Plant Keeps Seriously Damaging People's Eardrums - ScienceAlert
A team of doctors in Australia has noticed an unexpected pattern of ear trauma in their patients over the past few years - and the culprit has turned out to be a popular garden plant. Yucca plants are a genus of hardy, evergreen shrubs and trees that ...
Warning over trendy 'yucca' house plant causing bizarre injuries
Male Birth Control Pills Could Be Possible, Thanks To A Deadly Plant Extract - The Inquisitr
Scientists have discovered a chemical from a plant extract traditionally used by African warriors to poison their arrows. According to a new study, this chemical could be the future of the male birth control pill. Men may have a few options for ...
Kenya: African Arrow Poison Could Become Male Contraceptive
Poisonous plant extract shows early promise for male contraceptive pills
Toxic Extract Used in Poison Arrows Could Be The Future of Male Contraception
QLD Health: Meningococcal increased by 106 per cent in past five years - Courier Mail
THE number of cases of meningococcal being diagnosed in Queensland has increased by 106 per cent over the past five years, with almost 70 incidences reported last year. Latest Queensland Health data shows 68 victims were affected by the potentially ...
SA election: Liberals reveal policy to reduce prescription drug abuse through real-time monitoring - ABC Online
Prescription drug abuse in SA would be targeted under a $7 million State Liberal election policy to combat the scourge of so-called "prescription shopping". Announcing the policy today, the party said the current drug monitoring system in the state was ...
Liberals have a $7 million prescription to halt drug abuse and 'doctor shopping'
Results of bikram yoga questioned - NEWS.com.au
International Business Times
Yoga practiced in a heated environment is not more effective in helping your heart than regular yoga, a study says. Nilima Marshall. Press AssociationJanuary 19, 201812:40pm. Bikram yoga is no more effective at improving heart health than yoga ...
Bikram Yoga In Hot Room No Better Than At Ordinary Temperatures: Study
Hot or not? Bikram no more beneficial than any other yoga, says vascular study
Bikram yoga no more effective than any other yoga: study
Novel robot can aid treatment of rare birth defect - News-Medical.net
Researchers at the University of Sheffield and Boston's Children Hospital, Harvard Medical School have created a robot that can be implanted into the body to aid the treatment of esophageal atresia, a rare birth defect that affects a baby's esophagus ...
Robot implant stretches cells to counter rare birth defect
Robotic implant can help stunted organs regrow
New robot can help treat rare birth defect
Why Tasmanian woman have lost abortion access in the state - The Mercury
THE closure of Tasmania's last remaining private abortion clinic marks the beginning of the end for many similar clinics around Australia, says the provider who has closed the doors at Hobart's abortion centre. Dr Paul Hyland, who ran the Hobart clinic ...
Measles kills 8 people in Ukraine - Kyiv Post
People walk past a merry-go-round covered with snow in the center of Kyiv on Jan. 18. Photo by AFP. Popular on social media. IMF, World Bank slam Poroshenko's bill on anti-graft court 93 Ukraine's army prepares to get Javelins within 6 months, General ...
Eight people die of measles in Ukraine - health minister
Acting Health Minister Suprun calls for tougher responsibility for refusal of vaccines