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Dental association anticipates COVID cavity spike

03 August, 2020

One in three of us is walking around with untreated tooth decay, while one in four has periodontal disease with periodontal pockets 4 mm or deeper.

Diabetes and dental care — What can you do?

15 April, 2019

Diabetes and dental health problems can be managed in more ways than you might imagine, even while at home.

Fake orthodontist convicted

21 June, 2018

A Victorian man, who pretended to be a dental specialist and performed restricted dental acts, has been convicted and fined $65,000.

90% of Aussie adults experience tooth decay

20 March, 2018

A new report finds one in 10 preventable hospital admissions are due to dental conditions, while one-third of Aussie five- and six-year-olds have decay in their baby teeth.

Aussie-invented bone 'glue' could halve patient recovery times

01 August, 2017

An Australian biotech company has created a bone graft substitute that can be applied in liquid form — a first of its kind.

Integrated valve regulator simplifies oxygen therapy

21 September, 2016 by AHHB

Coregas Integrated Valve Regulator (IVR) conveniently combines cylinder, regulator, flow meter and valve in a robust, lightweight and ready-to-use package. Coregas IVR, accessing medical oxygen quicker, easier and removes the operating costs of external regulators and flow meters. Simply attach your tubing or equipment to the unit and continue caring for your patient.

Wipe away the risk of infection with Microfibre

21 September, 2016 by AHHB

With around 200,000* healthcare associated infections in Australian acute healthcare facilities each year, prevention and control of infection is a top priority for hospital and healthcare facilities.

The 5 most addictive substances on earth

06 March, 2016 by Corin Kelly

What are the most addictive drugs? According to Eric Bowman, from the University of St Andrews, while the question seems simple, the answer depends on whom you ask. From the points of view different researchers, the potential for a drug to be addictive can be judged in terms of the harm it causes, the street value of the drug, the extent to which the drug activates the brain’s dopamine system, how pleasurable people report the drug to be, the degree to which the drug causes withdrawal symptoms, and how easily a person trying the drug will become hooked.

HealthProcure 2016

13 October, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Procurement and supply chain managers in the health and aged care sectors are continuously searching for opportunities to deliver better outcomes for all their stakeholders – especially patients.

Managing Anxiety: Smartphone Apps

11 June, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Anxiety has a tendency to take over our thoughts when we most need to be focusing on other things. Whether it's giving a patient or their family our full attention, performing our tasks or enjoying time with family and friends, worry and stress has a way of making life so much more difficult than it needs to be.

Medicines Australia appoints Abbott Press Secretary

19 May, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Medicines Australia, the pharmaceutical industry representative body primarily responsible for the drugs listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) has announced two key appointments today, both of whom hail from an Abbott government background.

Fiona Stanley Hospital Emergency Department Opens Today

03 February, 2015 by Petrina Smith

The $2 million Fiona Stanley Hospital in Western Australia will open it's emergency department doors this morning (3 February).

Health Groups Lobby to Improve Unhealthy Eating Habits

20 January, 2015 by Petrina Smith

Four major lobbying groups have come together to voice their concern on the unhealthy eating habits of Australians, following the release of a new nationwide poll.

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