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Concerned about Roundup? Some local councils are already trying alternatives

Dozens of local councils across Australia have moved to reduce their reliance on the weedkiller Roundup, or trial alternatives, and the number could grow in the wake of a US court case that ruled the product's manufacturers failed to warn it may cause cancer.

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A physio's guide to fitness during and after cancer treatment

For a long time, the advice has been to rest and avoid physical activity. We now know every cancer patient should be prescribed exercise — even after their treatment has finished. Here's how to get started.

The Brisbane Times /
Reed Stevens makes shock Canberra Demons return

Reed Stevens thought his season was over before it even began, but he is back ahead of schedule.

The Brisbane Times /
How Nikki Ayers found rowing after 16 operations to save her leg

Nikki Ayers grew up dreaming of playing rugby for Australia. But a tackling accident changed her life and led her to the Australian rowing team.

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Territories can make laws on abortion and medicinal cannabis, but not euthanasia. Here's why

If Kristine Klugman lived half an hour down the road, she would have been given a say on whether she should be legally ...

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Australian physicists show 'bystander effect' could improve radiation treatment

Tumours targeted with stripes of radiation release molecules that attack neighbouring cancer cells in what physicists ...

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Doctor, doctor, (don't) tell me the news

Dropping the cancer label from some low risk conditions could reduce men's anxiety about seeing a GP.

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Dying cancer patient awarded $395m in Monsanto Roundup case

A jury in California has awarded a former gardener who said he got terminal cancer from Roundup, a widely used weed killer.

The Brisbane Times /
Drop 'cancer' label to protect patients from over-treatment, researchers say

Ditching the ‘cancer’ label from low-risk conditions could protect many patients from unnecessary aggressive treatment and distress, Australian researchers argue.

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Dying cancer patient awarded $A395M in Monsanto Roundup case

A jury in California has awarded a former gardener who said he got terminal cancer from Roundup, a widely used weed killer.

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Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle has died of cancer at 36

Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle died on Wednesday night, a week after he ceased treatment for cancer. He was 36. His ...

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Exactly how much less CBA's Matt Comyn is getting paid compared to Ian Narev

About $100 million has been stripped from the 2017 and 2018 pay packets at the Commonwealth following a series of scandals at Australia's biggest bank. More »     

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Nikki and Brie Bella Promise to ''Inspire, Motivate and Connect'' With Fans When Total Bellas Season Four Returns!

People can't get enough of Nikki Bella and Brie Bella, so it's no wonder E! Entertainment has officially picked up another season of Total Bellas. The network confirmed the...

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Australia’s drought is like a cancer eating away at farms and families

From ground level, Australia's drought looks like a featureless, brown dustbowl, but from the air it transforms into an artistry of colour and texture as the land cracks under a blazing sun.

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Cancer cells 'stopped in their tracks' by new Australian drug

It's been nearly a decade in the making. Now, researchers say they're excited about the drug's potential as "an entirely new weapon for fighting cancer".

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Is an alkaline diet healthy or just another fad?

Alkaline water, "alkalising" supplements and prescriptive eating programs are regular features in health-food shops ...

The Age /
Men are doing more housework. Women still do a lot more

As Ian Greenshields proudly places his specialty lamb roast on the dinner table, his two sons groan. “We had this last week Dad!”

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Cannabinoid mice trial holds hope for pancreatic cancer patients

A Curtin University study has found a naturally occurring cannabinoid strongly enhanced the effectiveness of the chemotherapy drug Gemcitabine in mice.

The Brisbane Times /
Fears of 'no deal' prompt a surge in Brexit regret

Hospitals plan to stockpile blood and cancer drugs, supermarkets worry about food supplies, and voters wonder if Brexit is a bad idea after all.

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Cancer and the comfort of strangers

The oddest thing about a cancer diagnosis is the unexpected and random things people say. And do. Particularly new cancer inductees.

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