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Healing from within

GPs touched personally or professionally by child abuse hope new guidelines will lead to improved care.

Patch test for dermatitis prevention

Skin Deep: Patch testing helps determine the cause of contact dermatitis.

Book review - Under the Microscope

Dr Hamish Steiner on the story of Australian medical pioneer Professor Earl Owen.

Spoon-feeding is nurturing...

Until you give kids the wrong dose with a woefully inaccurate kitchen utensils.

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Audit finds Medicare Locals misspent funds

Audit finds Medicare Locals misspent funds MEDICARE Locals made critical accounting errors, failed to inform the Department of Health of conflict of interest concerns and in...

New online STI screening bypasses GP consult

A NEW STI screening service will allow people to order pathology tests online without the...

Private insurers’ push into primary care could jack up costs

OPPOSITION health spokeswoman Catherine King has warned that private health insurers’ entry into primary healthcare...

Origin of Sydney measles case unidentified

ONE person has contracted measles in Sydney’s Inner West but authorities are unable to say...

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Clinical Review

Tongue-tie surgery may help

Tongue-tie surgery may help

Faced with breastfeeding problems due to tongue-tie, how should parents be advised on treatment?

Dermatology

Patch test aids dermatitis prevention

Patch test aids dermatitis prevention

Patch testing helps determine the cause of contact dermatitis.

Update

Common eyelid tumours

Common eyelid tumours

This Update outlines the characteristics of the most commonly encountered lid tumours.

News Features

AMA intent on changing govt policy

AMA intent on changing govt policy

The recent confusion over counting practice nurse time for health assessments is indicative of how the medical profession is assessing the federal government’s approach to general practice — and it is not good.

GPs' top voted medical heroes

ALMOST 60% of GPs surveyed nationally for MO have nominated Professor John Murtagh as their number one hero of Australian medicine out of a list of medical luminaries.

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