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Big Bang Theory star opens up about mental health battle - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Fri, 05/11/2018 - 01:27

The Sydney Morning Herald

Big Bang Theory star opens up about mental health battle
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mayim Bialik has advised those living with mental health issues to never give up on treatment. The 42-year-old actor, best known for playing Dr Amy Fowler in the hit comedy Big Bang Theory, has filmed a short video opening up about her battle with ...
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Sweeping mental health reforms in NSW announced after Miriam ... - ABC Online

Health - Fri, 05/11/2018 - 00:54

ABC Online

Sweeping mental health reforms in NSW announced after Miriam ...
ABC Online
Mental health units and emergency departments across NSW will have 24-hour supervision under a government plan to improve psychiatric care and address ...

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Sweeping mental health reforms in NSW announced after Miriam ... - ABC Online

Health - Fri, 05/11/2018 - 00:54

ABC Online

Sweeping mental health reforms in NSW announced after Miriam ...
ABC Online
Mental health units and emergency departments across NSW will have 24-hour supervision under a government plan to improve psychiatric care and address ...

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Sweeping mental health reforms in NSW announced after Miriam Merten's death - ABC Online

Health - Fri, 05/11/2018 - 00:54

ABC Online

Sweeping mental health reforms in NSW announced after Miriam Merten's death
ABC Online
Mental health units and emergency departments across New South Wales will have 24-hour supervision under a government plan to improve psychiatric care and address damning findings of a review into the sector.

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Overhaul of NSW mental health units - NEWS.com.au

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 23:39

NEWS.com.au

Overhaul of NSW mental health units
NEWS.com.au
NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard launched a review into the system following the footage, with a panel of six mental health experts making 19 recommendations to prevent the inappropriate use of seclusion and restraints. On Friday he announced changes ...

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Time to eradicate HTLV-1, World Health Organisation is warned - The Guardian

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 22:30

The Guardian

Time to eradicate HTLV-1, World Health Organisation is warned
The Guardian
A coalition of the world's foremost scientists, activists and researchers has written to the World Health Organisation to plead for action to combat the cancer-causing retrovirus HTLV-1, while the federal government is being urged to “show leadership ...

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Time to eradicate HTLV-1, World Health Organisation is warned - The Guardian

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 22:30

The Guardian

Time to eradicate HTLV-1, World Health Organisation is warned
The Guardian
A coalition of the world's foremost scientists, activists and researchers has written to the World Health Organisation to plead for action to combat the cancer-causing retrovirus HTLV-1, while the federal government is being urged to “show leadership ...

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Here's why flu vaccinations should be mandatory for Aussie health workers in high-risk areas - The Conversation AU

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 20:42

The Conversation AU

Here's why flu vaccinations should be mandatory for Aussie health workers in high-risk areas
The Conversation AU
On June 1, health workers in New South Wales will be required to have a flu vaccination if they work in high-risk clinical areas, such as wards for neonatal care, transplants and cancer. Otherwise staff are required to wear surgical masks during the ...

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Here's why flu vaccinations should be mandatory for Aussie health workers in high-risk areas - The Conversation AU

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 20:42

The Conversation AU

Here's why flu vaccinations should be mandatory for Aussie health workers in high-risk areas
The Conversation AU
On June 1, health workers in New South Wales will be required to have a flu vaccination if they work in high-risk clinical areas, such as wards for neonatal care, transplants and cancer. Otherwise staff are required to wear surgical masks during the ...

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Here's why flu vaccinations should be mandatory for Aussie health workers in high-risk areas - The Conversation AU

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 20:42

The Conversation AU

Here's why flu vaccinations should be mandatory for Aussie health workers in high-risk areas
The Conversation AU
On June 1, health workers in New South Wales will be required to have a flu vaccination if they work in high-risk clinical areas, such as wards for neonatal care, transplants and cancer. Otherwise staff are required to wear surgical masks during the ...

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Fitness apps found to make almost no difference to users' health - The Guardian

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 20:37

The Guardian

Fitness apps found to make almost no difference to users' health
The Guardian
An app developed by the Swedish government to curb drinking among university students actually led to them drink more, while a globally popular fitness app made almost no difference to the weight of those who used it, a review of the effectiveness of ...

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Fitness apps found to make almost no difference to users' health - The Guardian

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 20:37

The Guardian

Fitness apps found to make almost no difference to users' health
The Guardian
An app developed by the Swedish government to curb drinking among university students actually led to them drink more, while a globally popular fitness app made almost no difference to the weight of those who used it, a review of the effectiveness of ...

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Fitness apps found to make almost no difference to users' health - The Guardian

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 20:37

The Guardian

Fitness apps found to make almost no difference to users' health
The Guardian
An app developed by the Swedish government to curb drinking among university students actually led to them drink more, while a globally popular fitness app made almost no difference to the weight of those who used it, a review of the effectiveness of ...

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Crackdown on seclusion and restraint in NSW mental health units - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 17:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Crackdown on seclusion and restraint in NSW mental health units
The Sydney Morning Herald
NSW mental health units and emergency departments will be subject to tougher targets and mandatory public reporting to cut the alarming rates of psychiatric patients kept in seclusion or physically restrained. Mental Health Minister Tanya Davies and ...

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Crackdown on seclusion and restraint in NSW mental health units - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 17:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Crackdown on seclusion and restraint in NSW mental health units
The Sydney Morning Herald
NSW mental health units and emergency departments will be subject to tougher targets and mandatory public reporting to cut the alarming rates of psychiatric patients kept in seclusion or physically restrained. Mental Health Minister Tanya Davies and ...

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Crackdown on seclusion and restraint in NSW mental health units - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 17:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Crackdown on seclusion and restraint in NSW mental health units
The Sydney Morning Herald
NSW mental health units and emergency departments will be subject to tougher targets and mandatory public reporting to cut the alarming rates of psychiatric patients kept in seclusion or physically restrained. Mental Health Minister Tanya Davies and ...

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Why consumers need better protection from dodgy health care: the case of 'Universal Medicine' - The Conversation AU

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 04:15

The Conversation AU

Why consumers need better protection from dodgy health care: the case of 'Universal Medicine'
The Conversation AU
This was the beginning of the “health care” group known as Universal Medicine. The group preaches a religion known as “The way of the livingness”, which contends disease is caused by energetic disharmony from poor choices made in this and previous ...

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Staff to be 'consulted' on ACT Health data review, two months overdue - The Canberra Times

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 02:50

The Canberra Times

Staff to be 'consulted' on ACT Health data review, two months overdue
The Canberra Times
A review of ACT Health's data failures that is now two months overdue won't be released until staff have been "consulted" on it, Health Minister Meegan Fitzharris says. A root-and-branch review of the directorate's data collection had been promised by ...

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SA Health ducks accountability on unsafe unit - InDaily

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 02:22

InDaily

SA Health ducks accountability on unsafe unit
InDaily
An unsafe public healthcare facility, kept open for years despite safety warnings, run by the same organisation that failed to stop the horrors of Oakden during the same period: SA Health has serious questions to answer about the Lyell McEwin short ...

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Video Shows Terrifying Reality Of What Excessive Drinking Really Does To Your Liver - Women's Health

Health - Thu, 05/10/2018 - 01:34

Women's Health

Video Shows Terrifying Reality Of What Excessive Drinking Really Does To Your Liver
Women's Health
Between the headaches, dehydration and the next lev (hang)anxiety, it's no secret that a big night on the booze can wreak havoc on your body. But when it happens on the reg, the damage can be much more serious. Especially when it comes to one organ in ...

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