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Labor call for probe into My Health Record - NEWS.com.au

Tue, 08/14/2018 - 01:50

Gladstone Observer

Labor call for probe into My Health Record
NEWS.com.au
The federal opposition called for the Senate inquiry on Tuesday amid "ongoing privacy and security concerns" into My Health Record, which they want to be complete before the end of the opt-out period in mid-November. The system has come under fire for ...
My Health a chance to predict and preventGladstone Observer
Labor's push for My Health Record Senate inquiry dubbed a 'stunt' by Health Minister Greg HuntCourier Mail
Labor pushes inquiry into My Health RecordiTnews

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Chart of the day: Food manufacturers are gaming the Health Star ... - ABC Local

Tue, 08/14/2018 - 00:32

ABC Local

Chart of the day: Food manufacturers are gaming the Health Star ...
ABC Local
Almost a third of products now display a Health Star Rating, but food manufacturers appear to be using the system primarily as a marketing tool according to data ...

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Chart of the day: Food manufacturers are gaming the Health Star Rating system - ABC Local

Tue, 08/14/2018 - 00:32

ABC Local

Chart of the day: Food manufacturers are gaming the Health Star Rating system
ABC Local
Almost a third of products now display a Health Star Rating, but food manufacturers appear to be using the system primarily as a marketing tool according to data provided by the George Institute for Global Health. Most manufacturers are using the ...

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Disabled Teens Suffering the Mental Health Effects of Bullying - Pro Bono Australia

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 22:33

Pro Bono Australia

Disabled Teens Suffering the Mental Health Effects of Bullying
Pro Bono Australia
If we could stop the high levels of bullying that adolescents with a disability experience, we could make a big difference to their health, learning and wellbeing. So school anti-bullying programs need to acknowledge the link between having a ...

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Newcastle University and HMRI researchers receive funding to develop targeted health solutions - Newcastle Herald

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 21:04

Newcastle Herald

Newcastle University and HMRI researchers receive funding to develop targeted health solutions
Newcastle Herald
RESEARCHERS from the University of Newcastle have received more than $1.4 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to support the Australian Government's new male and female health strategies. The National ...

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What do we know about Paris Jackson1:02 - NEWS.com.au

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 20:24

NEWS.com.au

What do we know about Paris Jackson1:02
NEWS.com.au
PARIS Jackson has opened up about a recent health scare which saw her undergo surgery just one day before hitting the stage with her new band, The Soundflowers. The model and actress, 20, revealed in an Instagram Story that doctors were forced to ...
Paris Jackson Reveals She Had Surgery for Abscess 'Almost the Size of a Golf Ball'PEOPLE.com
Abscess: MedlinePlusMedlinePlus
Paris-Michael K. Jackalope on Instagram: “fuck. i can't believe my grandma made it to our second live show ever. and ...Instagram
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The link between acne and mental illness - The Sydney Morning Herald

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 14:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

The link between acne and mental illness
The Sydney Morning Herald
While Marta doesn't believe her acne caused her mental health issues, she says the effect it had on her self-esteem was undoubtedly a strong contributing factor. Marta believes there's a stigma around acne, where it is viewed as a "personal failing ...

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Primary Health Care shares drop more than 5pc on lower profit outlook - The Sydney Morning Herald

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 03:53

The Sydney Morning Herald

Primary Health Care shares drop more than 5pc on lower profit outlook
The Sydney Morning Herald
Primary Health Care's shares tumbled more than 5 per cent on Monday, with the company revealing it expected underlying profit after tax to be at the lower end of guidance range of $92 million to $97 million. The announcement came after media ...

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Former Pentagon cyber chief says hackers could exploit My Health Record flaws - The Australian Financial Review

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 03:04

The Australian Financial Review

Former Pentagon cyber chief says hackers could exploit My Health Record flaws
The Australian Financial Review
One of the world's leading experts in cyber security policy has warned the manipulation of health data is one of his biggest concerns facing society, as debate continues to rage about the long-term viability of the government's controversial opt-out My ...

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Former Pentagon cyber chief says hackers will exploit My Health Record flaws - The Australian Financial Review

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 03:04

The Australian Financial Review

Former Pentagon cyber chief says hackers will exploit My Health Record flaws
The Australian Financial Review
One of the world's leading experts in cyber security policy has warned the manipulation of health data is one of his biggest concerns facing society, as debate continues to rage about the long-term viability of the government's controversial opt-out My ...

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Former Pentagon cyber chief says hackers will exploit My Health Record flaws - The Australian Financial Review

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 03:04

The Australian Financial Review

Former Pentagon cyber chief says hackers will exploit My Health Record flaws
The Australian Financial Review
One of the world's leading experts in cyber security policy has warned the manipulation of health data is one of his biggest concerns facing society, as debate continues to rage about the long-term viability of the government's controversial opt-out My ...

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Health Check: why do we get nose bleeds? - The Conversation AU

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 02:01

The Conversation AU

Health Check: why do we get nose bleeds?
The Conversation AU
Nose bleeds, or epistaxes, are often a mystery to the 60% of us who have had at least one in our lifetime. Suddenly, and without obvious cause, bright red blood starts streaming from one nostril. Usually they're not something to worry about, but why we ...

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Health Check: why do we get nose bleeds? - The Conversation AU

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 02:01

Health Check: why do we get nose bleeds?
The Conversation AU
Nose bleeds, or epistaxes, are often a mystery to the 60% of us who have had at least one in our lifetime. Suddenly, and without obvious cause, bright red blood starts streaming from one nostril. Usually they're not something to worry about, but why we ...

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Tonight Alive & Hellions To Headline New Mental Health Charity Festival 'Resilience' - Music Feeds

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 01:41

Music Feeds

Tonight Alive & Hellions To Headline New Mental Health Charity Festival 'Resilience'
Music Feeds
The likes of Tonight Alive, Hellions and Clowns are set to headline a new Australian music festival called 'Resilience', to help raise money for a mental health charity. The one-day event, co-organised by Greg McManus, will take place in the New South ...

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MAFS' Tracey Jewel Has Admitted Herself To A Mental Health Clinic - Hit 107

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 23:51

Hit 107

MAFS' Tracey Jewel Has Admitted Herself To A Mental Health Clinic
Hit 107
Now, Tracey has opened up to New Idea about her experiences over the last few months, revealing that she has now sought help by being admitted to a mental health clinic. She told New Idea, “I went into a head spin. I just didn't see a way out of the ...
Tracey Jewel admits herself to a mental health clinic following Berlin trip9Honey

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GP fed up with health record says 'bring in a USB' - Gladstone Observer

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 20:30

Gladstone Observer

GP fed up with health record says 'bring in a USB'
Gladstone Observer
A GLADSTONE specialist GP has revealed his concerns about the Federal Government's Health record, slamming it as an invasion of privacy and suggesting patients carry their own personal digital health history on a USB. His are among the groundswell of ...

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Private health cover reforms should make claiming for travel and accommodation benefits easier - Daily Liberal

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 20:08

Daily Liberal

Private health cover reforms should make claiming for travel and accommodation benefits easier
Daily Liberal
Local private health insurance customers should be able to claim travel and accommodation as part of their benefits when policy reforms come into effect on April 1 2019. The improved travel and accommodation benefits are part of a broader federal ...

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Health minister Brad Hazzard heads to Newcastle for John Hunter Hospital redevelopment talks - Newcastle Herald

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 19:37

Newcastle Herald

Health minister Brad Hazzard heads to Newcastle for John Hunter Hospital redevelopment talks
Newcastle Herald
The Newcastle Herald understands the September 3 meeting will include Hunter New England Health chief executive Michael DiRienzo, parliamentary secretary for the Hunter Scot MacDonald, University of Newcastle and TAFE representatives and the ...

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Primary Health colours in focus as results tipped to bring raisings - The Australian Financial Review

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 14:16

The Australian Financial Review

Primary Health colours in focus as results tipped to bring raisings
The Australian Financial Review
Equities desks, sharpen your pencils. Reporting season is expected to spark some equity raisings, starting as early as this week. Street Talk understands fund managers have been told to watch out for chunky equity raisings to accompany companies ...

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Panel to probe Queensland rural maternity service - 9news.com.au

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 03:01

9news.com.au

Panel to probe Queensland rural maternity service
9news.com.au
Health Minister Steven Miles announced the summit today, while assuring mothers that Queensland is "one of the safest places in Australia" to give birth. "But the death of even one mother or baby in childbirth is a tragedy and we continue to look at ...

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