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Scientists to test if cherries can help reduce obesity related inflammation

Scientists to test if cherries can help reduce obesity related inflammationA team of scientists have said that they are planning to conduct a specific study in Tasmania to determine if cherries can help in easing obesity-related inflammation.

Queensland health minister wants review of flu vaccine rollout

Queensland health minister wants review of flu vaccine rolloutCameron Dick, the Health Minister of the state of Queensland has asked a federal review into the rollout of the flu vaccines in the state.

Doctors urge radical changes in liquor laws

Doctors urge radical changes in liquor laws

An influential group of doctors have urged the authorities to radically change the liquor laws, taxes and sales and take a number of steps to reduce drinking.

Nurse calls for more resources after death of nurse in New South Wales

Nurse calls for more resources after death of nurse in New South Wales

A nurse in New South Wales has urged the authorities to deploy more resources into rural healthcare following the alleged murder of another nurse Gayle Woodford in the area.

Australia to spend $3m to study impact of wind turbines on human health

Australia to spend $3m to study impact of wind turbines on human health

The authorities in Australia have said that it will spend 3 million Australian dollars or 2.5 US dollars for a research to study the impact of wind turbines on human health.

Consumer groups demands mandatory firmness tests for mattresses

Consumer groups demands mandatory firmness tests for mattresses

A consumer group has urged the authorities to introduce a mandatory firmness checks for all mattresses being sold in the market.

Consumer group CHOICE asked for making the voluntary "firmness test" mandatory at a time when popular brand name mattresses failed the test. The activists said that CHOICE conducted its safety check on 12 cot mattresses and three products from Childcare, Sealy and Love 'n' Care failed the firmness test that were designed to prevent sudden and unexpected death in infancy.

Australian doctor duo to continue testing illicit drugs

Australian doctor duo to continue testing illicit drugs

Two doctors in Australia, who were warned of arrest for their plans to test illicit drugs, have said that they will continue with their plans to perform the tests on the drugs at music festivals.

The doctors said that they are planning to perform tests on illicit drugs at Sydney music festivals and said that they will continue with the campaign even after threats of arrest. They were also criticised for the plans by NSW Premier Mike Baird.

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