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The medical aftermath of a day that changed the world: The Fallout

The medical aftermath of a day that changed the world: The Fallout

Melissa SweetJul 31, 2015

Paul Smith, deputy editor of Australian Doctor, writes: Next week marks the 70th anniversary of the Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Some 80,000 pe

Physicians and public health experts issue last-ditch warnings against #TPP:

Physicians and public health experts issue last-ditch warnings against #TPP: "lives are at stake"

Melissa SweetJul 28, 20151 Comment

So here’s a question, or two. For months, we’ve been hearing many different experts and health organisations warning about the risks to health from the Trans-Pacific Partnership

On the risks to health, environment that must be dealt with in the TransPacific Partnership Agreement

Marie McInerneyJul 24, 2015

Counting down to next week's 'home stretch', The Economist says the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) looms as the

Coke really is part of the solution! And not just for obesity…

Coke really is part of the solution! And not just for obesity…

Jennifer DoggettJul 3, 20153 Comments

Climate change & refugees: as Pope Francis leads the way, will Australia get a miracle conversion?

Climate change & refugees: as Pope Francis leads the way, will Australia get a miracle conversion?

Marie McInerneyJun 19, 2015

Australia is playing the ultimate outsider in two of the most pressing global issues that have this week seen our devoutly Catholic Prime Minister Tony Abbott at odds with the Pope on b

Climate change: a great threat to health, but not as generally conceived

Climate change: a great threat to health, but not as generally conceived

Jennifer DoggettJun 2, 20151 Comment

All roads leading to Darwin for #NRHC15 - stay tuned for more reports from #ruralhealthconf

All roads leading to Darwin for #NRHC15 - stay tuned for more reports from #ruralhealthconf

Melissa SweetMay 15, 2015

As the photos below illustrate, all roads lead to Darwin this month for the 13th National Rural Health Conference, which Jennifer Doggett will be attending and covering for the

Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone: reflections on clinical and research involvement

Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone: reflections on clinical and research involvement

Marie McInerneyMay 14, 2015

Will we add more years to our lives? The flawed longevity assumption

Will we add more years to our lives? The flawed longevity assumption

Marie McInerneyMay 8, 20152 Comments

'You've saved a life, now what?' A field report from Nepal on the critical role of rehabilitation

'You've saved a life, now what?' A field report from Nepal on the critical role of rehabilitation

Marie McInerneyMay 4, 2015

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