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Study shows ‘primary care inertia’

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Study shows ‘primary care inertia’

Greater effort is needed to improve glucose levels, says leader of project that assessed records of half a million Australians

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To email, or not to email, that is the question

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To email, or not to email, that is the question

As a patient, I’d like to be able to email my GP for clinical advice, to request a repeat prescription or to get the lowdown on my test results.

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Phenacetin ban proves beneficial

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Phenacetin ban proves beneficial

Rates of renal pelvis cancer more than halved for women over 25 year period

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Energy drinks bad for the heart

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Energy drinks bad for the heart

Patients need to know about the dangers of energy drinks, warns clinical pharmacologist

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Young women avoiding Pap smears

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Young women avoiding Pap smears

Too many HPV vaccinated women are neglecting their two-yearly Pap-smears, say Australian researchers.

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News

Survey: GP attitudes to chiropractic and osteopathy

Survey: GP attitudes to chiropractic and osteopathy

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Macquarie University is seeking your thoughts on a number of areas associated with the practice of chiropractic and osteopathy and the communication patterns you have with those practitioners.

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World Watch

Neurologist flaunts rifle at airport

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Neurologist flaunts rifle at airport

An American neurologist has been arrested after pointing a fully loaded AR-15 semiautomatic assault-style rifle at a mother and daughter

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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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