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Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health? - ABC Online

Health - Thu, 12/07/2017 - 01:42

ABC Online

Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health?
ABC Online
This means more food, more booze, more late nights and, for some, it might involve smoking the odd cigarette. But how bad is it to smoke occasionally? The idea that low-level smoking doesn't do you any harm is a dangerous myth, Professor David Currow ...

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Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health? - ABC Online

Health - Thu, 12/07/2017 - 01:42

ABC Online

Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health?
ABC Online
This means more food, more booze, more late nights and, for some, it might involve smoking the odd cigarette. But how bad is it to smoke occasionally? The idea that low-level smoking doesn't do you any harm is a dangerous myth, Professor David Currow ...

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Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health? - ABC Online

Health - Thu, 12/07/2017 - 01:42

ABC Online

Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health?
ABC Online
This means more food, more booze, more late nights and, for some, it might involve smoking the odd cigarette. But how bad is it to smoke occasionally? The idea that low-level smoking doesn't do you any harm is a dangerous myth, Professor David Currow ...

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Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health? - ABC Online

Health - Thu, 12/07/2017 - 01:42

ABC Online

Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health?
ABC Online
This means more food, more booze, more late nights and, for some, it might involve smoking the odd cigarette. But how bad is it to smoke occasionally? The idea that low-level smoking doesn't do you any harm is a dangerous myth, Professor David Currow ...

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Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health ... - ABC Online

Health - Thu, 12/07/2017 - 01:42

ABC Online

Social smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health ...
ABC Online
Social smokers tend to ignore warnings about health risks of smoking because they don't think of themselves as smokers.

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Defence tells Oakey residents toxic pollutants no health risk, just don ... - ABC Online

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 19:32

ABC Online

Defence tells Oakey residents toxic pollutants no health risk, just don ...
ABC Online
A Defence Department meeting in Oakey tells residents there are no health impacts from toxic contamination of local groundwater, but an environmental health expert warns against consuming anything locally grown.

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Regional health and education suffering amid small town ... - ABC - ABC Online

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 14:07

ABC Online

Regional health and education suffering amid small town ... - ABC
ABC Online
Think tank Regional Australia Institute offers a damning assessment of the lack of access to essential health and education services in small towns across the country.

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Barwon Health North: construction to be complete by mid 2019 ... - Geelong Advertiser

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 13:03

Geelong Advertiser

Barwon Health North: construction to be complete by mid 2019 ...
Geelong Advertiser
THE State Government wont confirm if the services committed as part of the northern suburbs health hub three years ago will be included in the long-awaited facility, to be complete by mid 2019.

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CVS merger with Aetna: Health care cure or curse? - The Conversation US

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 12:05

The Conversation US

CVS merger with Aetna: Health care cure or curse?
The Conversation US
The transaction would create a new health care giant. Aetna is the third-largest health insurer in the United States, insuring about 46.7 million people. CVS operates 9,700 pharmacies and 1,000 MinuteClinics. A decade ago, it also purchased Caremark ...
CVS's $68 Billion Bid to Bring One-Stop Shopping to Health CareBloomberg
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New mega-deal shows how health insurers are taking over your access to medical careChicago Tribune
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CVS merger with Aetna: Health care cure or curse? - The Conversation US

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 11:23

The Conversation US

CVS merger with Aetna: Health care cure or curse?
The Conversation US
The transaction would create a new health care giant. Aetna is the third-largest health insurer in the United States, insuring about 46.7 million people. CVS operates 9,700 pharmacies and 1,000 MinuteClinics. A decade ago, it also purchased Caremark ...
CVS Health's Aetna Deal: Long-Term Healthy, Short-Term ...Seeking Alpha
Cvs Health Corporation - CVS - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research
SEC FORM 4 - SEC.govSEC.gov

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Western suburbs hospital, health hub planned for Victoria ... - Herald Sun

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 09:06

Herald Sun

Western suburbs hospital, health hub planned for Victoria ...
Herald Sun
EXCLUSIVE: A $2 billion hospital and health hub is being planned to overhaul Footscray under a proposed partnership between the Andrews Government and Victoria University. Under plans brokered by former premier Steve Bracks, the government is ...

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'ADHD meds led to my meth arrest': Lauryn Eagle - Daily Telegraph

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 06:28

Daily Telegraph

'ADHD meds led to my meth arrest': Lauryn Eagle
Daily Telegraph
Police Prosecutor Paul Bush opposed the application to have the matter dealt with under the Mental Health Act and said the drug test results were not in question. “It is more appropriate it should be dealt with under law,” Mr Bush said. READ MORE ...

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Cranky parents are putting their children's mental health at risk - NEWS.com.au

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 03:45

NEWS.com.au

Cranky parents are putting their children's mental health at risk
NEWS.com.au
Researchers at the Australian National University, which led the study, are now calling for greater flexibility from employers and for policymakers to promote a healthy work-life balance. It reveals that more than 60 per cent of Aussie working couples ...

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Ceasefire: Justice and Health address internal struggle at Alexander Maconochie Centre - The Canberra Times

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 01:20

The Canberra Times

Ceasefire: Justice and Health address internal struggle at Alexander Maconochie Centre
The Canberra Times
ACT's health and justice bosses have agreed to work together on improving mental health services at the AMC prison. Photo: Jay Cronan. A confidential briefing from 2015 had previously concluded that the tensions had resulted in psychiatric experts at ...

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NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 00:49

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health
The Sydney Morning Herald
"We know that the disparity between Aboriginal people and non-Aboriginal people is greater today than in the past," said Pauline DeWeerd, director of Aboriginal Health for the St Vincent's Health Network. Ms DeWeerd said historical factors and ...

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NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 00:27

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health
The Sydney Morning Herald
Women's health in NSW is improving overall, but there are still many communities and age groups suffering disproportionately. The Health and Wellbeing report released by the NSW government provides a snapshot of the physical and mental health of women ...

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NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 00:27

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health
The Sydney Morning Herald
Women's health in NSW is improving overall, but there are still many communities and age groups suffering disproportionately. The Health and Wellbeing report released by the NSW government provides a snapshot of the physical and mental health of women ...

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NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 00:25

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve their health
The Sydney Morning Herald
Women's health in NSW is improving overall, but there are still many communities and age groups suffering disproportionately. The Health and Wellbeing report released by the NSW government provides a snapshot of the physical and mental health of women ...

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NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Health - Wed, 12/06/2017 - 00:25

The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW women need to make small changes to drastically improve ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
Women's health in NSW is improving overall, but there are still many communities and age groups suffering disproportionately.

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