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Even late quitters can make a positive impact, writes Dr Karin Hammarberg.
Doctors should be more aware and better educated, committee says.
Journal grab: A new study claims to have some of the answers.
What Lies Beneath: It is not the sole preserve of a skin cancer practitioner to respond to a...
It kills more Americans each year than all but two diseases.
New study is one of the first to evaluate the effect of maternal vaccination on babies.
Review of 139,000 UK medical records shows only modest risk reduction.
From vaccinations to aircraft seating, there are many critical issues to consider.
Dr Ian McColl looks at both the cause and treatment of this skin condition.
Researchers have analysed data from more than 12,400 ambulance call-outs over three years.
More can be done to prevent heart disease deaths, the latest MJA study reveals.
The culprit could be peptides associated with both conditions.
Food Factor: Are Australians eating enough of this "superfood"?
Meta-analyses raise concern.
One in five patients say their case could have been dealt with in primary care.
Use of neutraceuticals in psychiatry is growing, say researchers.
Specialist says it’s too high, but maker disagrees.
Time of vaccination can impact effectiveness, a general practice study suggests.
Screening of high-risk patients may be helpful, say researchers.
Spinal fusion surgery is popular but patients expect too much from it.
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