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A young woman is experiencing depression but reluctant to speak to a therapist. An online CBT resource proves helpful.
Why do people have different blood types? We ponder a medical mystery.
Heaven is driving a vintage Austin Healey with the wind in your hair and seeing the sights of the Cotswolds is a bonus.
There is an art to efficient information-gathering during a consultation, which helps to obtain the maximum information in the quickest time.
Health insurers have already made moves into general practice and are promising more. We examine what this could mean for healthcare delivery.
A former AMA president has been awarded damages after being conned into giving more than $300,000 to the fictitious friends of his younger male lover.
Another widely prescribed macrolide antibiotic has been found to increase the risk of cardiac death.
Confusion about the introduction of a $7 co-payment for GP visits appears to be putting some people off going to the doctor and others from having pathology tests.
Australia's infant varicella vaccination program has exceeded expectations on a number of fronts and other countries could learn from it, a review finds.
Dr Marcus Tan
We choose the brightest and the best within the education system to enter medical schools - only to turn these bright minds into unquestioning, uncreative automatons.
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Sitting can be an occupational hazard, but research shows that on average, more than 75% of the office workday is spent sedentary.
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Patients who experience atrial fibrillation after inpatient surgery have an increased long-term risk of ischemic stroke, a study shows.
A psychiatrist has revealed that immigration officials asked him to cover-up figures exposing the extent of mental health problems among children being held in Australia's mandatory detention centres.
What can Australian GPs learn from one of the richest men in the world? Plenty.
A middle-aged woman who had a stroke claimed her GP was negligent and failed to warn the patient of the risks and complications of the HRT.
A recent failed negligence claim highlights the fact that recognising an error does not necessarily make a doctor liable.
GPs who don't get adequate consent before treating a patient can be left exposed to disciplinary and legal action.
Written in a practical style that has direct clinical application for healthcare professionals, this portable, quick and user-friendly resource is available now, however stocks are limited.
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Welcome to the Nerve Pain Centre website. Here you will be able to access information about nerve pain, its diagnosis and treatment.
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