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Fewer than a quarter of Australian patients with a hospital diagnosis of AF were dispensed oral anticoagulants in the first…
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Pharmacies will be required to let employees refuse to dispense medications such as oral contraceptives on religious grounds…
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Last week came the news that Dr Ralph Peters, believed to be Australia's oldest practising GP, was retiring. In this…
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As a family doctor, I receive a lot of reports from emergency room visits, consultations and hospitalisations. Many such…
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Obstetric forceps look like ninja weapons. They come as a pair: 16 inches of solid steel for each hand with curved 'blades'…
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Elevated non-HDL cholesterol levels in people younger than 45 are strongly associated with long-term atherosclerotic…
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People who brush their teeth three times a day are less likely to develop AF or heart failure than those with less…
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