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24 April 2018


Hot topics this week

What you can do to minimise jet lag?

There is currently no available treatment for eliminating jet lag. However, there are some behavioural strategies that can be followed which may help to prevent and/or minimise the severity of jet lag...
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Dr Joe: Getting a breast reduction

There are some issues in medicine that don’t get a lot of air play, and breast reduction surgery is one of those...
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Problems achieving and maintaining an erection

ED is a common problem. It is important that men who experience these problems discuss it with their doctor, because the condition can have a negative impact on relationships and self esteem...
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Eating and exercising your way through menopause

Healthy eating and regular physical activity are an important part of healthy living and important measure for women going through menopause...
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Binge drinking

Alcohol consumption is embedded in our culture. Over 62% of Aussies drink at least once a week. There is, however, a big difference between having a beer or glass of wine, and binge drinking...
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Vaginal thrush

Thrush is a common condition and it is estimated that three out four women will develop the infection in their lifetime and half of these will have repeat infections of one or two episodes...
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5 tips for better liver health

An estimated 30% of people in developed countries, including Australia, have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and rates are as high as 90% in obese people and...
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Spare parts from small parts: novel scaffolds to grow muscle

The researchers have for the first time incorporated the natural processes of embryonic development to build a material that can more naturally communicate with stem cells for effective tissue repair...
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Doctors warn against unnecessary CT scans in children presenting with new onset seizures

New medical advice is recommending doctors avoid Computed Tomography (CT) scans when evaluating children and adolescents who present with their first seizure...
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What happens to our muscles during spaceflight and when living on Mars?

Scientists have simulated the impact of 21 day spaceflights on the body, and the impact of low gravity environments such as the Moon or Mars...
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Regular stretching shown to improve muscles in elderly

Daily muscle stretching could bring health benefits to elderly people with reduced mobility, according to new research published in The Journal of Physiology...
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Clinical trial to treat conjunctivitis using a novel non-antibiotic treatment

Conjunctivitis is a temporary infection that causes signs and symptoms such as redness, watering/discharge, irritation or soreness of the eyes, and it can be...
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Laughter is the Best Medicine!

A man goes to the doctor and complains that his wife can't hear him.

"How bad is it?" the doctor asks.

"I have no idea," the husband says.

"Well, please test her. Stand 20 feet away from her and say something. If she doesn't hear you, get closer and say the same thing. Keep moving closer and closer and repeating the comment until she does hear you. That way we'll have an idea of her range of hearing loss."

So the man goes home and sees his wife in the kitchen chopping up vegetables for dinner.

From 20 feet away: "What are we having for dinner?"
No answer.

From 10 feet: Same thing.

From 5 feet: Same thing.

Finally, he's standing right behind her: "What's for dinner?"

She turns around, looks at him and says: "For the FOURTH time, BEEF STEW!"
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