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Could over-breathing be damaging your health? - The Sydney Morning Herald

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 14:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Could over-breathing be damaging your health?
The Sydney Morning Herald
According to McKeown, the unconscious habit of over-breathing has hit epidemic proportions across the industrialised world, leading to loss of health, poor fitness and compromised performance. He believes that it's contributing to problems such as ...

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Could over-breathing be damaging your health? - The Sydney Morning Herald

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 14:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Could over-breathing be damaging your health?
The Sydney Morning Herald
Jo Hartley explains how taking slow, quiet breaths may improve your wellbeing.
Could over-breathing be damaging your health?The Canberra Times

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HEALTH ALERT: School, aged care home in contamination area - Bundaberg News Mail

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 06:26

Bundaberg News Mail

HEALTH ALERT: School, aged care home in contamination area
Bundaberg News Mail
Queensland Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said she wanted to reassure residents that there was "no immediate" health risk." "The risk of any consequences for the health of people in the community is low," Dr Young said. "There is no consistent ...

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Health check: why do we get muscle cramps? - The Conversation - The Conversation AU

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 06:23

The Conversation AU

Health check: why do we get muscle cramps? - The Conversation
The Conversation AU
Many of us know the feeling of a cramp – whether you've been struck down on the sports field or woken with a start in excruciating pain in the middle of the night. A cramp is the involuntary contraction of our skeletal muscle, and it hurts. Some people ...

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Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says - ABC Online

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 05:08

ABC Online

Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says
ABC Online
Tasmanian police officers are increasingly tied up dealing with mental health patients at the over-stretched Royal Hobart Hospital, according to Andrew Wilkie. The independent Member for the Hobart seat of Denison said police were routinely stuck at ...

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Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says - ABC Online

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 05:08

ABC Online

Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says
ABC Online
Tasmanian police officers are increasingly tied up dealing with mental health patients at the over-stretched Royal Hobart Hospital, according to Andrew Wilkie. The independent Member for the Hobart seat of Denison said police were routinely stuck at ...

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Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says - ABC Online

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 05:08

ABC Online

Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says
ABC Online
Tasmanian police officers are increasingly tied up dealing with mental health patients at the over-stretched Royal Hobart Hospital, according to Andrew Wilkie. The independent Member for the Hobart seat of Denison said police were routinely stuck at ...

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Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says - ABC Online

Fri, 04/13/2018 - 05:08

ABC Online

Police tied up supervising mental health patients at Royal Hobart Hospital, Andrew Wilkie says
ABC Online
Tasmanian police officers are increasingly tied up dealing with mental health patients at the over-stretched Royal Hobart Hospital, according to Andrew Wilkie. The independent Member for the Hobart seat of Denison said police were routinely stuck at ...

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New pressure to cut booze guidelines by half for better health - The Advertiser

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 22:48

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New pressure to cut booze guidelines by half for better health
The Advertiser
New research indicates cutting booze significantly more than the current guidelines can give a 40-year-old five extra years of life. The Canadian research, published today in journal The Lancet, comes as federal authorities look at overhauling existing ...

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School kids' mental health suffering due to late-night tablet and phone use, teachers say - ABC Online

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 20:36

ABC Online

School kids' mental health suffering due to late-night tablet and phone use, teachers say
ABC Online
Night-time technology use is disrupting the sleeping habits of children and damaging their mental health, the effects of which are becoming increasingly apparent in classrooms, educators say. The trend is causing some children to behave like device ...

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Emma Watkins forced to drop out of upcoming tour due to chronic health condition - Now To Love

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 20:08

Now To Love

Emma Watkins forced to drop out of upcoming tour due to chronic health condition
Now To Love
Emma Watkins -- a.k.a Yellow Wiggle Emma -- has been forced to pull out of upcoming shows due to a chronic health condition. The 28-year-old is suffering from endometriosis, an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of ...
Emma Wiggle's shock tour departure for health reasonsDaily Telegraph

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Your flu questions answered: Face masks, garlic remedies and pet ... - ABC Online

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 20:03

ABC Online

Your flu questions answered: Face masks, garlic remedies and pet ...
ABC Online
The dreaded lurgy season is just around the corner and with it, any number of myths and half-truths. We put some of these to bed.

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Your flu questions answered: Face masks, garlic remedies and pet ... - ABC Online

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 20:03

ABC Online

Your flu questions answered: Face masks, garlic remedies and pet ...
ABC Online
The dreaded lurgy season is just around the corner and with it, any number of myths and half-truths. We put some of these to bed.

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Mental illness and poverty: How class gets 'under our skin and into our brain' - ABC Online

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 19:31

ABC Online

Mental illness and poverty: How class gets 'under our skin and into our brain'
ABC Online
And class gets "under our skin and into our brain", according to ANU Professor of Health Equity Sharon Friel, in ways that go beyond material wealth and resources. Pioneering research on the subject was undertaken by British epidemiologist Michael ...
Birmingham clubs come together to raise mental health awarenessSkySports

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Health of The Nation with Dr Bruce Willett - 2GB (press release)

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 14:39

2GB (press release)

Health of The Nation with Dr Bruce Willett
2GB (press release)
Chair of the RACGP's Queensland branch, Dr Bruce Willet talks genetic testing and medicinal cannabis. Download this podcast here · Steve Price · HealthLifestyle. Advertisement. Related Articles. 72-year-old business shuts its doors for the final time ...

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Plan to tackle endometriosis top of list at COAG health ministers ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 14:02

The Sydney Morning Herald

Plan to tackle endometriosis top of list at COAG health ministers ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
A plan is being drawn up by federal Health Minister Greg Hunt to tackle endometriosis, a chronic, painful condition suffered by 700,000 women nationally. Mr Hunt will place a draft national action plan on endometriosis front and centre at the Council ...

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Plan to tackle endometriosis top of list at COAG health ministers meeting - The Sydney Morning Herald

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 14:02

The Sydney Morning Herald

Plan to tackle endometriosis top of list at COAG health ministers meeting
The Sydney Morning Herald
A plan is being drawn up by federal Health Minister Greg Hunt to tackle endometriosis, a chronic, painful condition suffered by 700,000 women nationally. Mr Hunt will place a draft national action plan on endometriosis front and centre at the Council ...

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Funding success to improve health outcomes - The University of Newcastle, Australia

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 07:18

Funding success to improve health outcomes
The University of Newcastle, Australia
The Fellowship will aim to improve interventions for antenatal care provider delivery. $87,956 Postgraduate Scholarship for Dr Michael Potter to explore the role of wheat proteins in dyspepsia. Functional gastrointestinal disorders are highly prevalent ...

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6 simple recipes for good gut health - Now To Love

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 06:33

Now To Love

6 simple recipes for good gut health
Now To Love
When it comes to maintaining good health, there's nothing more important than a healthy gut. In fact, experts now believe the gut is so important to our overall wellbeing they're referring to it as our "second brain". When the tiny organisms (both good ...

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$240m SA health budget blowout envelops new Royal Adelaide ... - The Advertiser

Thu, 04/12/2018 - 00:28

The Advertiser

$240m SA health budget blowout envelops new Royal Adelaide ...
The Advertiser
A $240 MILLION blowout in the state's health budget has been uncovered and a significant portion blamed on government expenses at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital. An Advertiser investigation has revealed major concerns about the cost to the State ...

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