There is an increasing and continuous threat from prominent human influenza pandemic especially from the highly aggressive strains like avian H5N1 which has lead to the essential need for therapeutic strategies to fight against these fatal viruses.
The Greens Senator Christine Milne said that the Australian consumers wanted to spend on locally-grown food; however the labeling laws are not in favor of that.
According to a new research by scientists at the Sydney University it was found that people who suffer from grief and sadness have an increased risk of heart problems especially if they already have some kind of heart problems.
The study was conducted on a group of 80 people who were grieved after the loss of a child or their spouse. The findings of this research will be presented at the international conference in Chicago.
The health minister of Victoria said that he did not know about the worries caused to the operators of Bendigo Hospital due to the redevelopment plan of the government.
The Bendigo Health board meeting details held in March this year expressed the concerns regarding the decrease in the bed capacity along with insufficient teaching space along with amenities which were not up to the mark.
The chairman of Bowel Cancer Foundation, Graham Newstead has expressed his annoyance and frustration over the indecisiveness of the federal government on funds for the screening of bowel cancer.
Recently a breakthrough invention has been done by a polytechnic lecturer from Singapore by making the fastest test for detecting viruses causing the hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) in the world.
The lecturer, Dr Tan Lee, came up with a test which is capable of finding out the enteroviruses which cause the disease in just two hours which is much faster than the earlier time of six hours.
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