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Victorian government takes next step on euthanasia plan - The Australian
Terminal patients wishing to die could receive lethal drugs within 10 days of making their first request in a voluntary assisted-dying scheme being considered by the Victorian government. The Andrews government yesterday released an independent panel's ...
Euthanasia: "Are you asking me to kill her?"
Victoria may soon have assisted dying laws for terminally ill patients
Assisted dying model promised quick action
Milk from Moo View Dairy recalled by SA Health after gastro cases - The Advertiser
RAW cow's milk from Willunga Hill's Moo View Dairy is being recalled and the dairy will be prohibited from selling and distributing raw cow's milk after it was linked to at least five cases of gastroenteritis. SA Health has taken the action under the ...
A sugary drink with a protein-rich meal reduces fat metabolism, study reports - News-Medical.net
A study published, on 21st July 2017, in the open access journal BMC Nutrition states that consuming a sugar-sweetened drink along with a high-protein meal can have adverse effects on energy balance, change food preferences and reduce fat metabolism.
This Is Why Drinking A Coke With Your Big Juicy Hamburger Is A Really Bad Idea
Sugar-sweetened drinks and your metabolism
Why sugary drinks and protein-rich meals don't go well together
Charlie Gard's mom storms out of court, dad mouths 'evil' as new MRI scans revealed - Fox News
The mother of critically ill baby Charlie Gard stormed out of a British court on Friday and the boy's father angrily turned towards a hospital lawyer and mouthed the word "evil" after a new set of hospital scans were read in the controversial case, Sky ...
Q&A: What is the current legal position for Charlie's parents?
Charles Krauthammer: The state has no business telling parents their child must die
Charlie Gard: New scan on sick baby makes for 'sad reading', says Great Ormond Street lawyer
Mom bakes breast milk brownies for school bake sale, online outrage ensues - Toronto Sun
They say breast is best when it comes to nurturing a baby. That message doesn't translate well when it comes to baked goods. An unnamed mother has stirred up outrage on Facebook after she made brownies with breast milk for a school bake sale. A post on ...
Mother faces backlash for using breast milk in bake sale brownies and not telling anyone
'Psychotic' mum slammed for making breast milk brownies for school fete - and she doesn't get the fuss
Breastmilk brownies at school
Indian musician plays guitar as doctors perform brain surgery - Reuters
The Indian Express
(Reuters) - Musician Abhishek Prasad strummed his guitar throughout his neurosurgery to help doctors zero in on the part of the brain being operated on during the first such procedure in India. The 37-year-old had been suffering from musician's ...
Man plays guitar during brain surgery to help surgeons cure muscle spasms
Musician plays guitar during brain surgery in Bengaluru
WATCH: Bengaluru man strums guitar during brain surgery
WHO alerts countries to increasing trend of HIV drug resistance - News-Medical.net
UN News Centre
WHO alerts countries to the increasing trend of resistance to HIV drugs detailed in a report based on national surveys conducted in several countries. The Organization warns that this growing threat could undermine global progress in treating and ...
UN health agency urges early action to stave off threat of HIV drug resistance
Drug-Resistant HIV Threatens Progress Toward Ending AIDS, WHO Report Says
WHO flags warning about increasing HIV drug resistance
'It's too expensive': your views on the morning-after pill in the UK - The Guardian
'That someone is making profit from it undermines the idea of making it available to all.' Photograph: Alamy. Contraception and family planning. 'It's too expensive': your views on the morning-after pill in the UK. Boots has refused to reduce the price ...
Boots faces morning-after pill cost row
Boots has no right to police morals and their high prices for contraception will only hit women on low incomes
Chemist faces boycott after refusing to slash the price following campaign
Personalized Ear Sensor Monitors Body Temperature in Real Time - R & D Magazine
R & D Magazine
R & D Magazine
An "earable" sensor can track core body temperature -- a key health indicator -- continuously. Source: American Chemical Society. Wireless, wearable sensors are all the rage with millions of people now sporting fitness trackers on their wrists. These ...
Keep an Ear on Your Core Temperature with 3D Printed Earables
New 'Earable' Sensor can Track Core Body Temperature in Real Time
Could cows be the clue that leads to an HIV vaccine? - NHS Choices
"Cows have shown an 'insane' and 'mind-blowing' ability to tackle HIV which will help develop a vaccine, say US researchers," BBC News reports. The report is based on new research in cows that were immunised against HIV before having their immune ...
Cow antibodies may be key to effective AIDS vaccine
How cows are boosting the search for an HIV vaccine
Cow immunization may lead to new human vaccines and treatments for HIV, study finds