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Almost one in five suffering from long COVID

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

Bowel screening reminder for World Cancer Day

Ahead of World Cancer Day on 4 February, Australian researchers are calling for people of all ages to be aware of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer. “We know early detection and treatment is

Aged care residents receive top care for continence but not for mental health, end-of-life or infection, world-first study finds

Aged care residents receive best practice care for continence issues but substandard attention when it comes to other common conditions including mental health, end-of-life care and urinary tract infections, according to world-first Australian research. Led

Further evidence on benefits of delayed cord clamping

New research lends further weight to the benefits of delayed cord clamping, finding waiting for at least two minutes to clamp the umbilical cord of premature babies at birth could decrease a child’s risk of

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