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Your coffee addiction is safe — but ditch the cake

23 November, 2017

Moderate coffee drinking "more likely to benefit health than to harm it", say experts.


High blood pressure the culprit behind common heart valve disorder

20 October, 2017

The discovery could have major implications for patient treatment.


Remain on aspirin to avoid repeat heart attack, stroke

02 October, 2017

Heart attack and stroke victims who cease low-dose, long-term aspiring treatment are at increased risk of a repeat event.


1 in 12 deaths could be avoided with regular exercise

30 September, 2017

Any type of physical activity, done regularly, significantly reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease.


Heart attack evaluations reducing testing, costs

06 September, 2017

Emergency departments and patients alike have benefited from processes introduced in recent years.


The stent tech-race against heart attack

17 January, 2017 by Professor Peter Barlis

When it comes to the tiny scaffold-like stents inserted to unblock the clogged arteries of heart disease patients, the stakes couldn't be higher.


Bespoke Laundry designs from Richard Jay

21 September, 2016 by AHHB

With our specialised services we are the professional partner for your laundry machinery life cycle.


Understanding the variables that determine ABHR efficacy

21 September, 2016 by AHHB

Author: Christine Claighen, Regulatory and Scientific Manager, GOJO Australasia



Rapid response halves heart attack deaths

27 February, 2016 by Corin Kelly

Detecting and treating patients before they have a cardiac arrest isn’t rocket science, but it’s a life saver.




The Conversation: Three Ethical Ways to Increase Organ Donation in Australia

08 June, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Australia’s organ donation levels are low by international standards. At least twenty countries achieve better donation rates than Australia’s 16.1 donors per million population (DPMP), including Belgium (29.9 DPMP), the United States (25.9), France (25.5) and the United Kingdom (20.8).


Tropfest Competition Focusing on Antibiotic Resistance

04 May, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Calling all filmmakers: This year’s Tropfest has teamed up with the NPS MedicineWise to run a community service announcement film competition educating the public on the issue of antibiotic resistance. The winners will share a prize pool of $10,000 in cash.


Common Cold Study Investigates Relationship Between Temperature and Immune Response

07 January, 2015 by Petrina Smith

A Yale University-led study may confirm the regularly contested notion that people are more likely to catch a common cold in cool-weather conditions.


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