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A study conducted by the University of Queensland and published in the Journal of Dental Research shows that children who have limited access to fluoridated water and high sugar consumption are 70% more likely to acquire cavities in their permanent t...
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The Gap in Australian Oral Health is Avoidable
The Gap in Australian Oral Health is Avoidable
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Calls for greater assistance for tired nursing personnel in hospital emergency departments.Exhausted nurses are choosing to work at vaccination centers instead of emergency departments and GP practices because they are paid more and may get much-need...
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Nurses Selecting Better-Paying Hours at Vaccination Centers are Exacerbating the Situation in Australian Public Hospital
Nurses Selecting Better-Paying Hours at Vaccination Centers are Exacerbating the Situation in Australian Public Hospitals
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Clare Austin and David Dimech, physiotherapists, enhance health care accessible throughout Australia by putting their profession on the road – literally – in a self-converted mobile home bus.The daring pair is part of Project Physio, a mobile pro...
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Physiotherapists Take Their Profession on the Road to Effect Change
Physiotherapists Take Their Profession on the Road to Effect Change
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As a clinical physiotherapist who has been treating patients with low back pain for over 24 years, Dr. Panagopoulos recalls a period when MRI was not available.Then, in the early 2000s, people began showing up to their appointments with these new sca...
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What Does Lumbar Spine MRI Scanning Tell Ss, and Should We Suggest it?
What Does Lumbar Spine MRI Scanning Tell Ss, and Should We Suggest it?
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