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What’s wrong with this x-ray?

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What’s wrong with this x-ray?

It should never have been done in the first place ...

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Aussies contradict melanoma perception

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Aussies contradict melanoma perception

Thin melanomas kill more people than thick tumours, according to Queensland research

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Common physiotherapy myths busted

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Common physiotherapy myths busted

Even some doctors fall for some of them, says researcher

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OTC Viagra makes AMA uneasy

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OTC Viagra makes AMA uneasy

New Zealand’s decision to allow OTC sales of Viagra has fired up local debate

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Sitting leads to snoring

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Sitting leads to snoring

Study adds weight to evidence that a sedentary lifestyle is a sleep apnoea risk in healthy people

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Beyond med school blues

Rachel Worsley

Beyond med school blues

‘Are we willing to jeopardise the standard of care given to patients because we are not willing to canvass the mental pressures that may be placed on students?’

Banking on faeces to deliver

Amanda Davey

Banking on faeces to deliver

'Faecal transplants may be all the rage these days but finding donors is proving to be quite a job'

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World Watch

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Is it time to rethink gastric banding BMIs?

Is it time to rethink gastric banding BMIs?

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The question of whether gastric banding should be offered to all overweight patients has been mooted often. 6minutes talks to the lead author of some new Australian research that may change minds for…

Street-use of Seroquel (Susie-Q) rising

Street-use of Seroquel (Susie-Q) rising

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The antipsychotic quetiapine (Seroquel) is becoming increasing popular as a drug of abuse on the streets of Australia, a new study suggests. 6minutes talks to drug misuse expert Professor Paul Haber…

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