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Heart disease link goes unnoticed

Heart disease link goes unnoticed

Many adults aren't aware of the link between high blood pressure and heart disease.

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Diabetes growth hits ‘critical mark’

Diabetes growth hits ‘critical mark’

Diabetes will overtake heart disease as the leading lifestyle disease in Australia by 2017.

Dementia drug one step closer

Dementia drug one step closer

A Victorian hospital has commenced trials for a breakthrough dementia drug.

Pop a pill to feel full

Pop a pill to feel full

Researchers have developed a brand new weight-loss pill acts as an ‘imaginary meal’.

Five food myths debunked

Five food myths debunked

The myths surrounding these five foods are debunked.

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