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Fifteen-minute walk cuts chronic disease by 13pc - The Australian
If everyone added a 15-minute power walk to their weekday routine Australia's chronic disease burden due to inactivity could be slashed by 13 per cent, saving lives and dollars in the process. A report out today from the Australian Institute of Health ...
More walking would reduce disease burden
Grandparents a health risk for children, research finds - NEWS.com.au
OLD-style grandmas on way out but Debby keeps up traditions. Debby Hague with her 1-year-old twin grandchildren Connor (dark blue top) and Lincoln (light top) Davies. Picture: NIGEL HALLETTSource:News Corp Australia. GRANDPARENTS can be bad ...
Miranda: Rural people suffer in palliative care debate - The Weekly Times
The Weekly Times
The Weekly Times
I WASN'T with Dad when he died. He died alone on a Friday morning in the local hospital where he'd dropped Mum off to have each of their 14 kids over about two decades. I found it sadly ironic that after all that, after all those children and that big ...
New Cartoon Ad Campaign Seeks To Help People Talk About End-Of-Life Care
Goal of palliative care is to improve quality of life for patient, family
Patients With High-Grade Gliomas Not Getting Adequate Access to Palliative Care
'My breasts won't stop growing': Mum's K-cup breast reduction plea - New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Herald
Sheridan has size K breasts and is using GoFundMe to save up for a reduction. Photo / GoFundMe. news.com.au. By: Matt Young and Vanessa Brown. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on ...
Thamesville native Dr. Robert Wismer returns home to practice medicine - Chatham Daily News
Chatham Daily News
Chatham Daily News
Thamesville native Dr. Robert Wismer has returned to the community to be a family medicine resident at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. Wismer, who attended Ridgetown District High School, will live in the community for the next two years gaining ...
New doc has CK roots
Local Doctor Returns To CK For Medical Residency
Cinnamon shown to burn fat - New Atlas
Cinnamaldehyde is an essential oil that not only gives cinnamon its distinct flavor, but has also been shown to protect mice against obesity. Now, University of Michigan scientists led by Prof. Jun Wu have gained a better understanding of how it does ...
Cinnamon: How this Common Spice Helps You Burn Fat and Lose Weight
New research finds out how cinnamon may help fight against obesity
Cinnamon May Protect Against Obesity, Research Shows
Why It's So Tough to Keep Antibiotics Out of Your Turkey - WIRED
David Pitman is a third-generation poultry grower, raising chickens and turkeys with his brother and parents on a property east of Fresno that his grandfather founded in 1954. They're independent farmersâinstead of raising birds for a corporation ...
Our dwindling antimicrobial arsenal
Govt to launch education campaign on antibiotic misuse
Puppy Poo Needed
HPV Testing Alone: Ready for Cervical Cancer Screening? - Medscape
Cotesting for cervical cancer using both Pap smear testing and human papillomavirus (HPV) testing does not improve cancer detection to any great degree in comparison with using HPV testing alone, say the authors of a new study. Using HPV testing alone ...
HPV jab and better tests mean women will need only three cervical screens from 2021
IUDs may prevent cervical cancer risk
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Associated Cancer Market Pipeline Review H2- Companies Involved in Therapeutics ...
Researchers develop simple test to predict T2D remission after bariatric surgery - News-Medical.net
A new simple test that helps predicts which people with type 2 diabetes will benefit most from weight loss surgery has been developed by a UCL-led team. The study, published today in Diabetic Medicine, also reports that keeping the weight off after ...
New 3-step tool predicts optimum diabetes candidates for bariatric surgery
Weight loss surgeries: Bariatric surgery or body contouring (liposuction and tucks) â what should you opt for?
Hospital opens weight loss institute
Breast Milk May Help Prevent Food Allergies - Medscape
Could increasing rates of food allergy have been sparked by advice for mums-to-be to avoid certain foods known to be allergenic? New research suggests that pregnant women might be able to protect their offspring from common food allergies by eating ...
Breast milk may prevent food allergy
Breast milk protects babies from food allergies: Study
How Breastmilk Helps Combat Food Allergies in Newborns