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31 May is World No Tobacco Day

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Smoking: How to Quit

Dr Joe Kosterich suggests strategies for quitting smoking, including actually wanting to quit, getting organised, enlisting support, and simple...
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Quitting Smoking: Managing the Associated Mood Changes

For some, smoking is used as an avenue to relieve negative moods, to relax and reduce emotional distress. While smoking may appear to provide...
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How Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Affect Sperm

How tobacco, alcohol and drugs affect sperm: Smoking, recreational drug use and some medical drugs can all cause male infertility.

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Wireless system to power heart pumps could save lives currently lost to infecti…

Professor Mahinda Vilathgamuwa and Prasad Jayathurathnage, from the power engineering group in QUT’s Science and Engineering Faculty, said the...

Textured Breast implants pose the greatest risk of implant-associated cancer

Researchers at Macquarie University’s MQ Health have revealed that women implanted with textured breast implants are at a significantly higher...

Key to ‘superbug’ antibiotic resistance discovered

An international study led by Monash University has discovered the molecular mechanism by which the potentially deadly superbug ‘Golden Staph’...

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