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Time to walk the talk

October is breast cancer awareness month and after years of talking the talk, it’s now time to finally walk the walk for one local breast screening advocate.

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Mobile screening service at Beaudesert saves lives

Breast cancer survivor, Judith Clarke, is urging more women to take advantage of the free mobile breast screening service which is currently visiting Beaudesert.

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Hospital expansion brings inpatient rehabilitation closer to home

The completion of the $145 million Logan Hospital expansion will give Logan residents access to local inpatient rehabilitation services for the first time.

Qld Multicultural Week: Not lost in translation at PA Hospital

The Princess Alexandra Hospital catchment area has the largest proportion of people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds in Queensland.

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Patients benefit from new specialised Stroke Unit at Logan Hospital

Stroke patients are benefitting from a new Acute Stroke Unit at Logan Hospital, which helps get stroke sufferers back on the track to recovery and home to their families.

Inala parents and kids excel with home education program

Inala parents are taking the reins with their kids’ education by becoming home tutors and early childhood educators through a unique program.

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Logan Hospital cuts ED waiting times

Waiting times at Logan Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) have improved 34 per cent since late last year, despite an increase in the number of patients coming through its doors.

Symposium to hear patient's journey through brain injury rehab

Four years ago, Brisbane GP Dr Michelle Owens’ world changed when a horrific car accident near Beaudesert left her unconscious with multiple fractures and a brain injury that would see he

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The science of why is it so hard to lose weight

With so many of us asking the question: ‘Why is it so hard to lose weight?’ it’s no wonder the weight loss industry is a billion dollar industry in Australia and in the developed world.

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Is sensitivity to grass pollen reducing our performance?

Hay fever isn’t a disease associated with high mortality, but over three million (15-20 per cent) of Australians suffer with hay fever; struggling through the haze and functioning with re

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