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Fit body, healthy mind call for Vic cops - NEWS.com.au

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 05:15

Fit body, healthy mind call for Vic cops
NEWS.com.au
Police officers have one of the toughest jobs and have to cope with trauma on a regular basis which was why mental health is an important consideration, the leading scientist said. He was also positive about the Australian culture towards holidays and ...

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'I wasn't so special': How Osher Gunsberg realised he would cope ... - ABC Online

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 04:39

ABC Online

'I wasn't so special': How Osher Gunsberg realised he would cope ...
ABC Online
Television host Osher Gunsberg was jogging in Venice Beach in Los Angeles one morning when he started suffering visual delusions. What was happening in ...

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'I wasn't so special': How Osher Gunsberg realised he would cope with his mental health diagnosis - ABC Online

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 04:39

ABC Online

'I wasn't so special': How Osher Gunsberg realised he would cope with his mental health diagnosis
ABC Online
"One of the things about mental illness is that it can be very isolating and by sharing stories you actually get to realise that you're not alone," he said on a special series of the ABC Tall Tales and True podcast to mark World Mental Health Day on ...

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Monash IVF, Virtus Health shares flounder - The Australian Financial Review

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 03:43

The Australian Financial Review

Monash IVF, Virtus Health shares flounder
The Australian Financial Review
Despite one of the clearest themes in Australian investing, the business of in-vitro fertilisation has not delivered the stellar returns many shareholders may have been expecting. Australia's largest listed IVF providers, Monash IVF and Virtus Health ...

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NT Health seeks CIO after Moo's departure - Computerworld Australia

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 02:04

NT Health seeks CIO after Moo's departure
Computerworld Australia
The Northern Territory's Department of Health has formally begun seeking a new chief information officer after Stephen Moo resigned from the position. Moo resigned last month, with the NT Police confirming it had received a referral from the department ...

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NeuRA launches online talk series for Mental Health Week - UNSW Newsroom

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 22:16

UNSW Newsroom

NeuRA launches online talk series for Mental Health Week
UNSW Newsroom
“At NeuRA, we're transforming how the latest neuroscience research and insights are shared, to ensure those living with mental health disorders, or who have a loved one affected, can find out the latest information on research developments in an easy ...

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What Health Experts Cook When They're Short On Time - Huffington Post Australia

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 21:12

Huffington Post Australia

What Health Experts Cook When They're Short On Time
Huffington Post Australia
Cooking a healthy lunch or dinner when you're short on time might feel impossible, but these health experts have got it sorted. And it's not about bland salads. Here are three tips to remember to help you make delicious, nutritious and quick meals.

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Science or Snake Oil: do men need sperm health supplements? - The Conversation AU

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 19:10

The Conversation AU

Science or Snake Oil: do men need sperm health supplements?
The Conversation AU
Study results examining the effect of antioxidants on sperm health are mixed.

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Aid budget cuts hurt the health of our regional neighbours - The Australian

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 13:00

Aid budget cuts hurt the health of our regional neighbours
The Australian
Unfortunately, that good work has been undermined by the $55 million cut from health programs in Myanmar alone as a result of the massive cuts to Australia's international development program under the Liberals. A cut of this size to the health budget ...

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World Health Organisation warns new pandemic inevitable - Courier Mail

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 04:35

Courier Mail

World Health Organisation warns new pandemic inevitable
Courier Mail
THE next epidemic will deal a devastating blow to the global economy costing the world half a trillion dollars while containment across international borders will be increasingly difficult, according to a World Health Organisation executive speaking in ...

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World Health Organisation warns new pandemic inevitable - Courier Mail

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 04:35

Courier Mail

World Health Organisation warns new pandemic inevitable
Courier Mail
THE next epidemic will deal a devastating blow to the global economy costing the world half a trillion dollars while containment across international borders will be increasingly difficult, according to a World Health Organisation executive speaking in ...

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The harsh criticism women face when they break the motherhood ... - ABC Online

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 23:14

ABC Online

The harsh criticism women face when they break the motherhood ...
ABC Online
There's still an assumption that children always live with their mother. When that doesn't happen, many assume women don't love their kids enough or weren't ...

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Rise in violent attacks by patients on NHS mental health staff - The Guardian

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 23:00

The Guardian

Rise in violent attacks by patients on NHS mental health staff
The Guardian
Two out of five NHS mental health workers have been abused or attacked by a patient over the past year as services have become overstretched because of staff shortages, a new report has revealed. Staff have been kicked, punched and headbutted, while ...
Assaults on mental health staff up 25% in four yearsBBC News

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The enduring challenge of tackling mental health - The Sydney Morning Herald

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 13:15

The Sydney Morning Herald

The enduring challenge of tackling mental health
The Sydney Morning Herald
It is brave that Jess Hodak, a young woman who has Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), a complex mental illness formerly known as multiple personality ...

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Rural health crisis: Doctor's suspension leaves pregnant women ... - Daily Telegraph

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 13:08

Daily Telegraph

Rural health crisis: Doctor's suspension leaves pregnant women ...
Daily Telegraph
EXPECTANT mothers are being forced to drive hundreds of kilometres to deliver their babies after their local obstetrician was suspended when it was revealed ...

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World Mental Health Day: Doug Lang's battle with depressive rumination and mental illness - ABC Online

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 00:16

ABC Online

World Mental Health Day: Doug Lang's battle with depressive rumination and mental illness
ABC Online
Charged with culpable driving, he still thanks his lucky stars that no-one was hurt. When he accidentally overdosed for the third time, Cheryl, his wife, gave him an ultimatum. "I was hospitalised several times in psych wards, it was just a nightmare ...

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World Mental Health Day: Doug Lang's battle with depressive rumination and mental illness - ABC Online

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 00:16

ABC Online

World Mental Health Day: Doug Lang's battle with depressive rumination and mental illness
ABC Online
Charged with culpable driving, he still thanks his lucky stars that no-one was hurt. When he accidentally overdosed for the third time, Cheryl, his wife, gave him an ultimatum. "I was hospitalised several times in psych wards, it was just a nightmare ...

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Women are leading the way within our health service - Bundaberg News Mail

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 23:34

Bundaberg News Mail

Women are leading the way within our health service
Bundaberg News Mail
BUNDABERG Hospital remains the top-performing hospital in the state for emergency service targets, with more than 100,000 patients presenting at emergency wards throughout the Wide Bay in the past year. Figures in the Wide Bay Hospital and Health ...

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Women are leading the way within our health service - Bundaberg News Mail

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 23:34

Bundaberg News Mail

Women are leading the way within our health service
Bundaberg News Mail
BUNDABERG Hospital remains the top-performing hospital in the state for emergency service targets, with more than 100,000 patients presenting at emergency wards throughout the Wide Bay in the past year. Figures in the Wide Bay Hospital and Health ...

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Queensland Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne resigns to battle life-threatening illness - Courier Mail

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 21:30

Courier Mail

Queensland Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne resigns to battle life-threatening illness
Courier Mail
He has got to put his health first.” Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says Bill Byrne's resignation is not an election trigger. Picture: AAP Image/Darren England. Ms Palaszczuk said Mines Minister Anthony Lynham would take on the Agriculture ...

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