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Are You a Grumpy Old Man?

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Healthy Ageing expert Mark Mckeon explores the phenomenon of Grumpy Old Man Syndrome. What causes it, how you can stop being grumpy and improve your quality of life…Are you guilty of being a grumpy old man? 

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Asthma warning after hospitalisation spike, over 55’s at highest risk

asthma

Four hundred Australians are dying and up to 40 000 more are hospitalised each year due to asthma, says the National Asthma Council Australia.

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Men’s Health : Everyday chemicals linked to chronic disease in men

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Chemicals found in everyday plastics materials are linked to cardiovascular disease, type-2 diabetes and high blood pressure in men, according to Adelaide researchers.

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Heart attacks decades in the making but never too late to get healthy

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Heart attacks could be decades in the making, with a new study linking high blood pressure in obese children to a stiffening of their arteries later in life.

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Beating the germs this winter

Last year the number of flu cases in Australia was up by over 50 per cent, causing many to claim this winter will be our worst flu season ever. However, ‘cold and flu season’ is actually a myth, as the virus lives through every season, whether it may be summer, autumn, winter, or spring.

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Report warns of heart failure epidemic

heart failure epidemic

The health system faces a tsunami of heart failure patients unless dramatic measures are taken to ensure Australians become healthier, a leading cardiac researcher warns.

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Bowel screening could save 83,000 lives

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More than 80,000 lives would be saved by 2040 if participation in the national bowel cancer screening program increased by 20 per cent, modelling estimates.

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Medical cannabis – can Australia be a world leader?

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Health professionals and experts will gather in Melbourne to discuss medical cannabis as the industry moves to position Australia as a world leader in its production.

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Binge watching TV a risk for older adults

Are you addicted to Netflix, Stan or SBS on Demand like we all are in the Life Begins At office? Well it could be doing us all more harm than good according to a new study. Binge watching television shows on Netflix may be good for our stress levels but it could be harming the

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New hope for treating advanced prostate cancer

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A revolutionary three-in-one blood test could pave the way to precision-personalised treatment for advanced prostate cancer, scientists say.

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