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Is deodorant actually a health hazard?

woman applies deodorant

Is deodorant actually a health hazard?

There's a complex relationship between body odour, bacteria and deodorant.

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A silent killer mistaken for sore muscles

Mick O'Dowd with his doctors and nurses

A silent killer mistaken for sore muscles

In a matter of days, Mick O'Dowd went from being a healthy, sport-loving father to ...

How money woes affect ageing

How money woes affect ageing

How money woes affect ageing

Adults who spend four years in economic hardship are at risk of accelerated ageing.

Plea for action to halt stroke threat

Human brain damage and treatment concept

Plea for action to halt stroke threat

Younger people increasingly falling victim, Stroke Foundation studies find.

Learn to live with smoky air

sydney through bushfire haze

Learn to live with smoky air

Frequent extreme bushfires are our new reality.

Ageing populations are an asset: report

mature couple reading the paper

Ageing populations are an asset: report

Experts say health means wealth for older people and global economies.

Health hazards hiding in your home

woman points to mould in house

Health hazards hiding in your home

Mould is making 2.5 million Aussies more susceptible to coronavirus.

Treatment may reverse heart failure

Medical team of surgeons in hospital doing minimal heart surgery

Treatment may reverse heart failure

Transplants and long-term use of artificial heart pumps may become a thing of the past.

Bad air is bad for your brain

heads with brain pollution and ecological brain

Bad air is bad for your brain

Pandemic helps prove air pollution’s link to conditions such as Alzheimer’s.

Giving older people a fair go

Giving older people a fair go

Giving older people a fair go

Professor Joseph Ibrahim tells what is required to fix our ailing aged care system.

Treatment depends on where you live

different doctors

Treatment depends on where you live

Study finds alarming disparity in how 1.2 million Aussies with this illness are treated.

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