Therapy Update

Karen, 48, has a resting tremor and fears it might be early Parkinson’s disease. Her father was a farmer and had severe…
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Osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip or knee is commonly managed by Australian GPs.1 Research has shown that OA management is…
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The first National Male Health Policy in Australia, released in 2010, recognised the need for applying a ‘gender-specific…
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The ‘hallmark’ characteristic of bipolar disorder is the occurrence of circumscribed episodes of opposing extremes (or …
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In all medical specialities, we often see patients with symptoms for which we cannot find an underlying pathology.1,2 …
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Every year, more than 55,000 Australians have a myocardial infarction, with many undergoing cardiac surgery.1 The acute…
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Maria, 42, a former nurse who often undertook shiftwork, has had MS since her early 30s, and is now severely disabled by her…
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