Five-Fold Increase in Number of Labiaplasties Since 2001: Study

LabiaplastiesSince 2001, number of labiaplasties has increased by five times, revealed a research carried out by the University of Queensland School of Psychology.

Children's Hospital Named After Lady Cilento in Queensland

QueenslandAccording to a latest report, a new hospital in Queensland, which is a combined children's hospital, has recently been named in honor of Lady Phyllis Cilento.

Phyllis Dorothy McGlew was a beloved physician and writer, who was born on 13th March, 1894, at Rockdale, Sydney. She was the daughter of Charles Thomas McGlew and Alice Lane and grew up in Adelaide, South Australia.

Sip of Beer from Can Dropped in River Causes Massive Growth on Belly of Grandfather

A sip of a beer has become a bane for a grandfather as it has resulted in a massive growth on his stomach. Sixty-year-old John Macdonald never thought anything of this sort could happen to him by just sipping beer from a can he had dropped into a river last year.

Some of QER workers to find jobs in oil refinery

Some of QER workers to find jobs in oil refineryQueensland Energy Resources (QER) says when it shuts down its shale oil pilot plant at Yarwun next year, 50 jobs are expected to be lost.

Some of the workers who will lose their jobs at the shale oil project will be hired by a company which is building a waste lube oil recycling plant near Gladstone.

Toxic Weed Growing Through Horse Dung Raise Concerns

Horse-DungAccording to a latest report, a global review was carried out about the weeds that can germinate from horse dung, by Associate Professor Catherine Pickering, of Griffith University in Queensland.

Doctors Taking Steps to Control Measles Outbreak in Prison

Measles-OutbreakAccording to a new report, one prisoner out of five has showed some signs of improvement against measles at Woodford Correctional Centre. Rests of the four persons are still exhibiting the same symptoms of the disease.