Archived News for Health Sector Professionals - September, 2016
Big Queensland councils appear to be moving away from water fluoridation.
Study finds side-effects skipped
Three folks stoke DNA advance
CMV review finds no faults
Australian diets dip in value
E-cigs could help quitters
Imbalance behind big health gaps
Ley says rebate re-jig won't hurt
Portable vaccine labs outlined
Sweet study shows artificial bias
Top marks for mobile heart check
Offshore contracts rushed, Dutton says
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton admits his department has made mistakes in its handling of contracts for offshore detention centres.
Skinner says gut targets will be tough
The New South Wales Health Minister has responded to a snapshot of the state’s diet and exercise issues.
Videos viewed as top tool
A new study has some tips on how health promotion groups can get more online engagement.
Sex ed stuck worldwide
Sex education is often negative, heterosexist, out of touch, and taught by poorly trained, embarrassed teachers.
Techno-typing hits high speed
New brain-sensing technology could reduce the amount of monkeys needed to type the complete works of Shakespeare.
Uranium levels concern NSW towns
Water supplies for two towns in NSW have levels of uranium above Australian guidelines.
New star in antibiotic fight
Australian engineers may have big new weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistance.
Summit to let doctors deal better
A symposium this week hopes to help doctors open up about their own mental illnesses.