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Doctors should intervene at even moderate levels of selective eating, researchers argue.
Tiny capsule loaded with tPA is designed to break open when it detects a blockage.
There's a right and wrong way to apologise, Australian researchers say.
Eating two-a-day no worse than two-a-week for diabetes patients, Australian study shows.
Some reduce pain significantly more than others, osteoarthritis study shows.
New therapies come with potentially dangerous side effects, Australian researchers warn.
Researchers take swipe at GPs for backing unproven medicines.
Vaccine 100% effective in African trial, but won't be immediately available.
Meta-analysis links physical activity to the prevention of heart failure for the first time.
Three simple questions could help GPs assist their overweight patients, researchers say.
It should be added to sweet, sour, bitter, salty and umami, researchers say.
From killer blood cells to a seizure-predicting device, these are the NHMRC's top picks.
Self-harm, suicide attempts and planning are proportionally much higher than in men.
Tics in patients with Tourette’s syndrome often catch him off-guard.
Study quantifies how serious the problem is and suggests the likely cause.
But researchers are not sure why.
But the World Health Organization is bracing for a significant new outbreak in Sierra Leone.
Belgian study reveals the most common diagnoses among patients requesting euthanasia for "unbearable suffering".
Simple therapy is low-cost, easy for kids to learn, and can help avoid surgery, study shows.
In the worst case scenario, growth is stunted by 1.2cm, review shows.
Dicloxacillin decreases INR in warfarin patients. Phenomymethylpenicillin and amoxycillin raise it, study shows.
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