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5 hrs ago | The Age
Top medical bodies have demanded the Abbott government allow an independent group of doctors to investigate claims of mistreatment and abuse of children held in immigration detention.
9 hrs ago | WYMG-FM Springfield
These are workers that help people with basic health questions, such as when to take their medication, and what kind of health provider to visit.
This is part of a Live Science series of articles on the weekly changes that a pregnant woman's body goes through as it adapts to the growing needs of the fetus inside her.
Most parents want the doctor to answer their questions about circumcision, but they do not want a specific recommendation for their baby, according to a report published July 21 by the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.
Health-on-Line won the title at the Your Money Awards, held at the Merchant Taylors' Hall in London.
The Immigration Department told the independent health provider on Christmas Island not to publish a report that showed alarming rates of mental health issues among children in detention, an inquiry has heard.
The City Health Office has warned private hospitals that they could lose their permits if they continue to directly or indirectly discourage mothers from breastfeeding their babies within their premises.
Dunedin bladder cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge got a positive first report card from brokers Forsyth Barr's research - but carries a ''speculative'' risk rating.
A mental health care provider is working to make sure south Georgia veterans get the care they need.
Intimate partner violence victimization is a prevalent issue among women residing in Mexico City.
Health officials are investigating after four people in York County were exposed to rabies after a bat tested positive for the disease.
An increasing number of people who live in Greater Cincinnati report they have been diagnosed by a doctor or other health care provider with a chronic illness such as cancer, diabetes, asthma or depression, according to the results of a survey released this week.
In state fiscal year 2012, while most of the nonfederal share was from state general funds, states used funds from health care providers and local governments to finance 26 percent, or over payments.
An Oklahoma mother is petitioning her health care provider in hopes they will take notice and help cover baby formula for her special needs child.
The Southern Local Health District's draft Cancer Services Plan for the next five years has been released for comment.
Jackson Health System , the public health provider for Miami-Dade County, forecasts that it will remain profitable in its next fiscal year as it makes major investments in its facilities.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:25 am
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