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Three Eye Conditions Linked to Higher Alzheimer's Risk - Medscape
Three eye diseases have been linked to an increased risk for Alzheimer's disease (AD), results of a large, longitudinal, population-based study suggest. Glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and diabetic retinopathy (DR) were associated ...
Researchers propose new theory for how rare gene mutations cause Alzheimer's disease
Dementia breakthrough as scientists discover genes linked to Alzheimer's disease
What does it feel like to have Alzheimer's? Virtual reality programs may help you find out
Teenager Alyssa Gilderhus has accused a world-famous hospital of 'medical kidnapping' - NEWS.com.au
WHEN Alyssa had a brain aneurysm, a team of doctors saved her life. But afterwards, the teen says they held her against her will. news.com.auAugust 14, 20189:57pm. This is the shocking story of a teenage girl who was allegedly held against her will by ...
Famous clinic 'kidnapped' teen
Teen accuses Mayo Clinic of 'medical kidnapping'
'Kidnapped' by the Mayo Clinic; Death by Colonoscopy; Health Officials' Secret Finances
'Glue ear' project to fight hearing loss and improve outcomes for Aboriginal children - ABC News
Up to nine in every 10 Aboriginal children in some remote Northern Territory communities have a hearing impairment, but a new project aims to tackle that by training locals and reducing fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) specialists.
Protocol aims to close cancer gap
You can't learn if you can't hear - focus on ear health
AFL and racism: 'It's all white people talking about it'
Vaping not as safe as previously thought - NEWS.com.au
British researchers say although e-cigarettes are not as bad as traditional cigarettes, tests show they can damage users' lungs and they advise caution. Sally Wardle. Press AssociationAugust 14, 20189:06am. The perception that e-cigarettes are safe ...
Vaping Shuts Off Immune-Fighting Cells in the Lungs, Lab Study Finds
Vaping not as safe as previously thought: study
Vaping: How safe actually are e-cigarettes according to the scientific studies and experts
Australian researchers find a simple way to treat high blood pressure - The Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review
The ''triple pill' is relevant in all settings, including Australia which only The ''triple pill' is relevant in all settings, including Australia which only achieves 40 to 50 per cent control for high blood pressure. iStock. by Jill Margo. Australian ...
Three drugs prove significantly better than one in lowering blood pressure
New Triple-Combo Pill Controls Blood Pressure, Study Finds
Blood pressure triple pill could help protect millions from heart attacks and strokes, trial finds
Robot surgery academy to bolster Parkville biomedical precinct - Herald Sun
A ROBOT surgery academy will be built in the Parkville medical precinct to train Australian and international specialists in the revolutionary new medical tools. With medical robots increasingly taking over some forms of delicate surgery the world ...
The man trapped in a boy's body: Agonizing rare condition makes 25-year-old look just 12 years old - Daily Mail
A 25-year-old man is trapped in a boy's body because he suffers from an agonising rare disease that makes him look just 12 years old. Tomasz Nadolski, from the town of Olesnica in south-western Poland's Lower Silesian Voivodeship, suffers from a rare ...
Man, 25, trapped in the body of a 12-year-old boy
Man, 25, trapped in body of a 12-year-old boy due to rare disease
'I hate the boy in the mirror'
When Head Injuries Make Life Too Hard, Suicide Risk May Rise - HealthDay
TUESDAY, Aug. 14, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Traumatic brain injury can trigger a daily struggle with headaches, neck pain, dizziness and thinking problems that may drive some to suicide, researchers report. That risk more than triples in the first six ...
One in 20 suicides may be triggered by a brain injury, study suggests
A traumatic brain injury may increase the risk of suicide, study says
Distinct origin of ADHD identified In children with history of traumatic brain injury
Couple slammed over home birth video - Chronicle
A VIDEO showing a mother giving birth to her baby in a water bath at home, surrounded by her husband and with their dog nearby, has been slammed by health experts as "dangerous". The video, shared on the popular Australian Birth Stories Instagram ...
Doctor slams 'dangerous' home births as video of woman giving birth in bath at home is shared online
Free birth: Insta-mum films home labour attended by husband and family dog
Viral Home Birth Video Sparks Delivery Debate
Grieving mum's heartbreaking warning about lethal cold sore virus after her newborn son dies - NEWS.com.au
JAMES and Sarah's baby boy died when he was just 13 days old from a virus easily passed on by any touch â which is thought to kill 65 babies each year. John Shammas. The SunAugust 14, 20184:02pm. James de Malplaquet and Sarah Higson's son Kit ...
Parents distraught after herpes infection kills newborn son: 'We want answers'
Baby boy dies from cold sore virus less than two weeks after birth
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