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This week: A new action plan for arthritis - Graphic tobacco warnings working on teens - Managing dental pain in a GP setting - and more.
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Experts believe the common condition could be better treated and prevented. - racgp.org.au
With thousands of cases and a handful of deaths already confirmed this year, experts examine what we know so far in 2019. - racgp.org.au
New research out of the University of Technology in Sydney has revealed that only 1 in 3 people taking complementary medicines (CMs) tell their healthcare professionals (HCPs) about their use. - hospitalhealth.com.au
With an ageing population and the introduction of new technologies, the healthcare industry in Australia is, no doubt booming. But is this growth substantiated with the relevant skilled employment it requires? - healthcareit.com.au
Dental pain is a common presentation in medical general practices, with one in seven people attending a medical service in the past 12 months experiencing a toothache, but it can be difficult to successfully diagnose such pain outside of a dental setting. - racgp.org.au
Infants born with an extremely rare, life-threatening genetic disorder sometimes known as 'bubble boy' disease have been effectively cured thanks to a gene therapy developed by US scientists. - abc.net.au
In the past 20 years, the number of people committing suicide after being discharged from non-psychiatric hospitals has dropped by 50%. - hospitalhealth.com.au
While older smokers may have become jaded to graphic warnings on cigarette packets, new data shows the deterrents are still working on younger people. - smh.com.au
Why are we now hearing so much about "mysterious" infections and "killer superbugs" emerging from the fungal world? - abc.net.au
Researchers say a hand-held device that sufferers of depression can take home and use themselves has the power to dramatically improve people's moods. - abc.net.au
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