(MedPage Today) — Still no expert consensus on health impacts
Having your healthcare professional prescribe you a dose of bench presses toward off an infection or help recover an injury may sound like shonky health care but could actually be the tips of the near future, according to Griffith College scientists.
The results of the largest study to examine hepatitis B notification rates for womennbsp; in NSW suggest a newborn vaccination program introduced in 1987 has become a success.
A review of data by University of South Australia scientists has found many older people consuming oralnbsp; corticosteroidsnbsp; long-term are not getting the recommended bone density tests or fracture prevention therapy, leaving them at much greater risk associated with fractures.
(MedPage Today) — Just say ‘no’ to codeine or tramadol for kids under 12, FDA urges
Monash Universityrsquo; snbsp; Biomedicine Discovery Institutenbsp; researchers have led an international study that found ndash; for the first time ndash; that a diet yielding high levels of the short-chain fatty acids acetate plus butyrate provided a beneficial effect on the immune system and protected against type one or juvenile diabetes.
(MedPage Today) — Groups say move will increase asthma, premature death
Hypertonus (high blood pressure), osteoarthritis, hyperlipidaemia (high cholesterol), depression, anxiety, and asthma are the six most common persistent health conditions affecting Australians, new analysis reveals. nbsp;
Melburnians are taking part in the world first trial led simply by Monash University that could see a simple one-off vaccination protect against heart attack and stroke.
(MedPage Today) — Kids showed high anaphylaxis rate with at-home challenge