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11/20/2018
Low-protein, high-carb diet may help ward off dementia - The Guardian


The Guardian

Low-protein, high-carb diet may help ward off dementia
The Guardian
A new study that found a low-protein, high-carbohydrate diet led to improved brain health in mice has sparked hopes carbohydrates could help ward off dementia. Researchers at Sydney University's Charles Perkins Centre fed the mice complex ...
Science says a low-protein high-carb diet could be the key to a long, mentally fit lifeBusiness Insider Australia
How a high-carb diet could prevent dementiaHerald Sun
Cutting carbs instead of calories keeps weight off, new study saysThe Australian Financial Review
News-Medical.net -Xinhua -New Zealand Herald -The Independent
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11/20/2018
Whooping cough outbreak failed to be reported to authorities by Sydney school principal - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Whooping cough outbreak failed to be reported to authorities by Sydney school principal
NEWS.com.au
A Sydney principal has been reminded of protocol by the NSW Department of Health after failing to report three cases of whooping cough to authorities. According to The Daily Telegraph, at least three students from Bronte Public School in Sydney's ...
Three students diagnosed with whooping cough in Sydney's east9news.com.au
Whooping cough is on the rise: How to stay protected in the lead up to holidaysNow To Love
Whooping cough cluster discovered at primary schoolYahoo News
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11/20/2018
Promising DNA vaccine for Alzheimer's moves closer to human trials - New Atlas

New Atlas

Promising DNA vaccine for Alzheimer's moves closer to human trials
New Atlas
Researchers may be one step closer to finding the holy grail of potential Alzheimer's treatments – a single-dose vaccine that prevents the onset of the disease. A new study from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has revealed a novel ...
Alzheimers vaccine could soon be testedSBS
Researchers discover new information on pathological mechanisms of Alzheimer's diseaseNews-Medical.net
Alzheimer's research funding reaches $1.9 billion, but experts say it's still not enoughArizona Daily Sun
Starts at 60 -EurekAlert (press release) -TheHealthSite -Express.co.uk
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11/20/2018
Endometriosis awareness program rolled out in SA schools in national first - ABC Local

ABC Local

Endometriosis awareness program rolled out in SA schools in national first
ABC Local
An Adelaide woman who had her appendix removed and endured years of chronic pain before being diagnosed with endometriosis is sharing her story with South Australian students in a bid to raise awareness about the condition.
Crucial endometriosis program in SA gets fundingChronicle
Endometriosis program coming to SA to help school girls recognise signs of the painful conditionThe Advertiser
Thessy Kouzoukas (@thessy.k) • Instagram photos and videosInstagram
The Advertiser -Instagram
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11/20/2018
'Cultural revolution' as humpback whales change their songs - SBS

SBS

'Cultural revolution' as humpback whales change their songs
SBS
Research has shown that male humpback whale populations undergo a "cultural revolution" every few years when they change their song anthem. Updated Updated 1 hour ago. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. Populations of male humpback ...
Humpback whales change their songsThe Australian
Humpback Whales Go Through A 'Cultural Revolution' Every Few YearsDiscover Magazine (blog)
Humpback whale songs undergo a 'cultural revolution' every few yearsScience Magazine
The Scottish Sun
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11/20/2018
'Scandal': NSW coal power plants will kill thousands before they close - Western Magazine

Western Magazine

'Scandal': NSW coal power plants will kill thousands before they close
Western Magazine
Air pollution from NSW's five coal-fired power stations carry a "substantial health burden", including leading to an estimated 279 deaths a year with thousands more to come before they close, a new study has found. Ben Ewald, a GP and public health ...

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11/20/2018
Man with HIV shared needles with underage girls to inject drugs: court - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Man with HIV shared needles with underage girls to inject drugs: court
The Canberra Times
A Canberra man who police say has HIV allegedly shared needles with underage girls while injecting drugs, a court has heard. Robert Glen Sirl, who denies he has HIV, is also alleged to have had unprotected sex with two vulnerable 15-year-old girls and ...

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11/20/2018
Research suggests sex bias in ability to cope with deadly DFTD - Mirage News

Mirage News

Research suggests sex bias in ability to cope with deadly DFTD
Mirage News
New research suggests female Tasmanian devils have a much higher tolerance to the deadly transmissible Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) than males. Researchers from the University of Tasmania's School of Natural Sciences studied two wild ...
Female Tasmanian devil marsupials cope better with major cancer: Aussie researchXinhua

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11/20/2018
Importance of Good Oral Hygiene in Children - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.net

Importance of Good Oral Hygiene in Children
News-Medical.net
Dental problems cause many children to experience dental caries and their complications, both in childhood and in later life. It is estimated that about 42% of children aged 2 to 11 years develop dental caries, and that an equal percentage of 6 to 19 ...
Working together to close the gap on oral healthPursuit

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11/20/2018
Aussie research looks to skin cancer self-diagnosis via smartphones - Xinhua

Aussie research looks to skin cancer self-diagnosis via smartphones
Xinhua
SYDNEY, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- Australian researchers on Wednesday said they are developing novel artificial intelligence technology that will allow people to self-diagnose skin cancer using smartphones. The most critical cue for early diagnosis of skin ...

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