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Back from Bali with fever and myalgia

A 26-YEAR-OLD female presents with a three-day history of fever, severe headache and myalgia.

An introduction to chaos

Malignant cells defy the natural law of symmetry.

Steeped in tradition

Kate Hodal hikes along a mountain trail well trodden by the ancient pilgrims in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Transitional care a healthy alternative

ELDERLY people can take a long time to recover from treatment in hospital.

Anxiety: awareness vital to treatment

HOW often do you feel stressed or notice that someone around you is stressed?

Online quiz to lure rural GPs

Online quiz to lure rural GPs AN ONLINE personality test launched by a Queensland regional training provider aims to identify future rural GPs as early as...

Eczema cream ‘steroid-sparing’

INFANTS with eczema can be effectively and safely treated with a non-corticosteroid topical therapy, a...

Just keep it simple, sister!

NEXT time you’re choosing a patient information leaflet, ensure it has Arial font and avoid...

Plastic surgeon cleared of Botox misconduct

PROMINENT plastic surgeon Dr Peter Haertsch has been cleared of a misconduct charge over allegedly...

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