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Single-sided deafness has the potential to dramatically impact patients' quality of life, and there are around 4000 new cases in Australia annually.
A female asylum seeker from Fiji presented with intermittent headaches, which she attributed to a tender, subcutaneous nodule on her left forehead.
Dr Sarika Gupta hopes an exhibition of images taken from across the globe will highlight the plight of victims of societal dysfunction.
On an island off Mozambique's coast lies the Hotel Santa Carolina, a once-great resort still perfect for daytrips.
What role should MRI play in breast cancer screening and management?
Solo GPs and small practices have lower rates of preventable patient admissions than larger practices, according to a study that shows bigger is not always better
Motoring Enthusiast Party senator Ricky Muir says his "ears are open" to negotiations on the $7 GP co-payment, a day after his political partner Clive Palmer claimed to have killed off the charge.
A name-and-shame approach to areas with low immunisation rates is being launched across Queensland in an attempt to get local health providers to “lift their game”.
AHPRA has defended the hoops health professionals must jump through to clear their public disciplinary records, despite copping flak from a high-profile judge.
Professor Stephen Leeder
Being unaccustomed to catastrophe, especially those due to infections, it is understandable that we are shocked and frightened by the current outbreak of Ebola virus in West Africa.
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Dr Kate Kelso
According to mental illness charity SANE Australia, nearly half of patients with a psychotic illness are obese, double the rate seen in the general population.
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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.
Meet four of Australia's most innovative doctors in the field of health technology, from the first virtual GP service to a device that provides real-time feedback on pelvic floor exercises, these
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.
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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