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Brisbane Waters ward clerk newest AIN

Ruth Hargreaves initially joined Brisbane Waters as a volunteer in 2009. After a couple of months Ruth made herself indispensable to the Day Procedure Unit (DPU) and joined the casual staff as a ward clerk.

28 NOV 2014
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Scientists uncover anti-ageing remedy

Scientists from Harvard and the University of NSW claim they have discovered how to reverse the ageing process.

21 NOV 2014
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Dr Caska event this Thursday

This Thursday Dr Paul Caska is returning to Erina Library at The Hive, Erina Fair, for the final installment in his series of free patient seminars for 2014.

18 NOV 2014
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Five reasons to start exercising today

It’s no secret that regular exercise does wonders for your health. Whether you’ve been diagnosed with an illness, wish to prevent sickness or simply want to look younger, thinner and fitter, there’s a reason to start for everyone. Here are some proven medical benefits of exercise:

13 NOV 2014
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Weight loss myths and realities

The world of weight-loss is laden with falsehoods, many of which impede rather than help people achieve a healthy weight. It can often be hard to decipher fact from fiction, so we have compiled a list of five common weight-loss myths and the truth behind the tales:

12 NOV 2014
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Experts warn against the dangers of 'cosmetic tourism'

A string of overseas incidents have led numerous Australian health bodies to stress the dangers of traveling overseas for cosmetic surgery.

05 NOV 2014
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Rapid weight-loss myth debunked by Melbourne researchers

Researchers from the University of Melbourne, alongside the Weight Control Clinic at Austin Health, have debunked the common belief that losing weight gradually as opposed to rapidly is a more effective method for long-term weight loss.

04 NOV 2014
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Researchers develop early Alzehemier's detection

Researchers at the University of Melbourne have developed a blood test which they claim can diagnose early onset Alzeheimer’s.

03 NOV 2014
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New research into schizophrenia cures released

New clues for schizophrenia causes and cures have been advanced this month, with neuroscientist Professor Cyndi Shannon Weickert announcing advancements in her research which indicate the possibility for individual treatment.

20 OCT 2014
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Echo Spring 2014 - Healthe Care's Group Newsletter

Healthe Care's Group Newsletter

30 SEP 2014
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