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Research suggests caffeine may improve the performance of endurance athletes competing in hot conditions.
Dr Khaled El-Sheikh has brought bulk-billed corporate medicine to rural Australia, to the delight of some and the disdain of others. Australian Doctor talks to the man behind Tristar.
With its glorious beaches, majestic mountains and world-famous Carnival, Brazil's party city can't help but amaze.
Appropriate contraception for women with chronic psychiatric conditions requires careful thought.
Even after successful treatment, onychomycosis can be a peskily persistent condition. With optimal management, 20% of cases will recur within two years and 50% will recur within five years.
A $25 million GP super clinic is in need of a name change after it emerged it will no longer bother using GPs.
Nurse practitioners could “fade into obscurity” with virtually no rigorous assessment of their clinical abilities or robust research into whether they improve care, a leading nurse practitioner has
The first bleeding risk algorithm for primary care patients starting anticoagulants has been developed by GPs in the UK.
The stalled Health Star Rating system for food labelling would only have to prevent 1500 people a year from becoming overweight to be cost effective, a Federal Government evaluation report has found.
Is it possible that the manner in which the Abbott government plans to effectively reduce GP incomes by up to 30% could render the entire GP co-payment scheme constitutionally invalid?
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Could an individual's biometric data be held on social media sites? Could looking at people's Facebook updates help predict epidemics? Widely interesting talk by digital health evangelist Dr Leslie
Respected surgeon Dr Rodney Syme has spoken publicly about his role in the death of a terminally ill cancer patient, revealing that he gave him the drug Nembutal which he used to end his life.
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.
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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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