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Australian health care: where do we stand internationally?
There is an old joke about one fish asking another about the state of the water and the other answering “what’s water?” When you’re immersed in something and that is your daily experience, you are not ... read more
UN experts slam Australia's health care for asylum seekers held in offshore detention
exacerbated by the lack of appropriate medical care amounts to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment according to international standards," it read. UN experts urge #Australia to immediately provide ... read more
We Need a Political Vision
It showed that Australians will vehemently defend welfare and a “social wage,” public health care (Medicare ... own name, Australian workers need to understand that work (our productive activity) is ... read more
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Australian journalist calls on colleagues to defend Assange
And where do they stand on fundamental issues of disclosure and ... Neil Gaughan stated that it had carried out its raids to show the “international community” that Australia “takes the ‘leaking of ... read more
Do you consume a credit card's worth of plastic every week?
"Not only are plastics polluting our oceans and waterways and killing marine life, it's in all of us," said Marco Lambertini, director general of WWF International, which commissioned the new report. ... read more
New toolkit guides health-care professionals to assess dementia in a new way
"We wanted to cut down on wasted time and testing for both the patient and the health-care professionals ... stand nose to nose and toes to toes with me and say, "Dr. Parmar, do you know what ... read more
Voluntary euthanasia becomes legal in Australian state
CANBERRA, Australia (AP ... describing Wednesday as a “new and troubling chapter of health care in Victoria.” “We cannot cooperate with the facilitation of suicide, even when it seems ... read more
The three things universities must do to survive disruption
but they do little to frontload well-being and mental-health support into their formal offerings. Our lack of effective self-care threatens our day-to-day human health and happiness. We often ... read more
Australian workers and youth defend Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning
The Socialist Equality Party is winning strong support across Australia for the International ... trying to maintain human health and safety?” Zameel, an aged care worker, said: “Free Julian Assange. ... read more
Plain Talk: On health care, Donald Trump just doesn't get it
Britain, for instance, has a higher life expectancy than we do and a significantly lower infant mortality rate. So do most other countries with some form of a universal health system, from Canada to ... read more
Rugby league - Kangaroos great Inglis enters care for 'mental health'
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Greg Inglis, the 2009 rugby league world player of the year who retired last month, has entered a care facility to assist with his mental health ... debate revived in Australia by ... read more
We're in trouble: Skin cancer is on the rise, and not just for golfers
I was writing about Tom Watson, who in those days was sometimes referred to in Kansas City, where we ... health questions regarding chemical blockers: Can they themselves cause cancer? Do their ... read more