As per reports, it has been revealed that under a project, industrial robots from Germany will be required to spend their life in Australia. Main aim of the project is to improve the accuracy of Global Navigation Satellite System.
On Sunday, the Australian Nursing Federation launched a campaign against the violence faced by nurses in hospitals.
About two dozen attacks were reported against nurses in last four months, said Lisa Fitzpatrick, the Victorian Branch Secretary of the federation. Nurse Jackie said the casual threats were part of their lives.
According to latest data, the number of regular users of e-cigarettes was reported to be 600,000 at the beginning of 2013 but the number has risen to over a million within months.
The gadgets are available widely in supermarkets across the nation. They were initially designed to help the smokers quit the unhealthy habit but now it has been seen that these are prompting even the children to take up the habit.
Researchers from the University of Western Australia and Wales' Swansea University said they made a comparison between children's energy expenditure and heart rate at the time they are playing active video games such as Wii Fit or Xbox Kintect and on a session on a treadmill.
The researchers took an account of the energy expenditure and the vascular response with the application of mediated dilation (FMD).
As per reports, first case of transmission of the multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis has been discovered in an Australian in Torres Strait.
It emerged that the Queensland government closed two TB clinics on Saibai and Boigu islands last year. After the closure, a woman from the Torres Strait lost her life to the multi-drug-resistant TB. She is the first case in the years from Australia to die of the disease.
May 23 will see the Cancer Council's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea turning 20 as the celebrations for the same will be held by the locals. The event is known for raising heavy funds and awareness for the people suffering from the deadly cancer.
Australian scientists are expecting dogs with dementia to be acting as an additional assistance for inventing a treatment for the people suffering from the condition.
Ageing canines with symptoms such as loss of memory and disorientation are being made to participate in a world-first trial at the University of Sydney.
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