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Survey aims to improve legal response to occupational violence

Scientists develop game-changer in treating chronic wounds

A team of international scientists has developed a more effective treatment for chronic wounds that doesn’t involve antibiotics or silver-based dressings, but instead, an ionized gas called plasma. The treatment involves boosting the plasma activation

Language barriers contribute to higher aggression in immigrants with dementia

Immigrants living with dementia are more likely to present with agitation and aggression compared with their non-immigrant counterparts, new research shows. Behaviours and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD), such as agitation and aggression, are common.

Maternal obesity puts males at risk in later life

Males born to obese women are more likely to be overweight at birth and develop metabolic complications in later life, including liver disease and diabetes. The way that male sex hormones activate pathways in the

Registered nurse leads study to improve palliative care in rural and remote

A new University of South Australia study is aiming to gain a better understanding of what’s working well in rural and remote palliative care, with the goal of improving knowledge and access to palliative care

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