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i’ve heard covid is leading to medicine shortages. what can i do if my medicine is out of stock?

I’ve heard COVID is leading to medicine shortages. What can I do if my...

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 Picture: Shuttlestock You’ve just come from your monthly GP appointment with a new script for your ongoing medical condition. But your local pharmacy is out of stock of your usual medicine. Your condition is serious,...
australians are embracing ‘mindful drinking’ — and the alcohol industry is also getting sober curious

Australians are embracing ‘mindful drinking’ — and the alcohol industry is also getting sober...

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  Picture: Justin Aikin/Unsplash In 2020, Australia’s first non-alcoholic bar opened in Brunswick. Sydney quickly followed suit. Major liquor retailers are dedicating more and more shelf space for the growing range of no-alcohol and low-alcohol drinks. Alcohol-free...
wearing shoes in the house is just plain gross. the verdict from scientists who study indoor contaminants

Wearing shoes in the house is just plain gross. The verdict from scientists who...

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Image: Shutterstock You probably clean your shoes if you step in something muddy or disgusting (please pick up after your dog!). But when you get home, do you always de-shoe at the door? Plenty of Australians...
more than a dozen covid leaks in 6 months: to protect australians, it’s time to move quarantine out of city hotels

More than a dozen COVID leaks in 6 months: to protect Australians, it’s time...

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  Picture: Richard Wainwright/AAP In the past week, at least six Australians returned home uninfected only to acquire the coronavirus while undergoing quarantine in hotels in Sydney and Perth. One traveller left a hotel after 14 days in...
no wonder people are confused. most official covid vaccine advice is way too complex

No wonder people are confused. Most official COVID vaccine advice is way too complex

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  Picture: Shutterstock As Sydney’s COVID-19 outbreak continues to grow, the message has shifted to urgently “get the jab”. And people’s motivation to get vaccinated is increasing. But with ever-changing advice, many people are confused about which...
law academic awarded for partner violence research

LAW ACADEMIC AWARDED FOR PARTNER VIOLENCE RESEARCH

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A law academic from The University of Western Australia has been recognised for her research on the legal obstacles faced by women who kill their abusive partners. The research could help decision-makers better understand intimate...
india is facing a terrible crisis. how can australia respond ethically?

India is facing a terrible crisis. How can Australia respond ethically?

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  Picture: Rafiq Maqbool/AP/AAP India’s COVID-19 crisis has revived a longstanding debate about whether foreign governments should come to the aid of countries facing major economic or humanitarian challenges and, if so, what kind of...
Vaccination plan too late and a masterclass in jargon header

Australia’s vaccination plan is 6 months too late and a masterclass in jargon

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  Picture: Shutterstock Six months after the prime minister received his first jab, Australia finally has a national plan to roll out COVID vaccines. The plan’s goals, set out in the Operation COVID Shield document released this week,...
how to prepare and protect your gut health over christmas and the silly season

How to prepare and protect your gut health over Christmas and the silly season

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Image: Shuttlestock It’s that time of year again, with Christmas parties, end-of-year get-togethers and holiday catch-ups on the horizon for many of us — all COVID-safe, of course. All that party food and takeaway,...
here we go again — perth’s snap lockdown raises familiar hotel quarantine questions

Here we go again — Perth’s snap lockdown raises familiar hotel quarantine questions

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  Richard Wainwright/AAP Image Perth is the latest Australian city to head into a snap lockdown aimed at stamping out a coronavirus cluster resulting from another breach in CBD hotel quarantine. The three-day lockdown, covering Perth...