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Health care misses the mark

A study of 1154 patients between 2009-10 has found that in 43 per cent of cases, people were given inadequate medical care and attention. Researchers from the Universities of New South Wales and South Australia reviewed the care and advice given in 35,573 consultations from 107 general practitioner clinics, 53 specialist clinics and 33 hospitals.

Relationships

Can I stop my husband leering?

Relationship expert Jo Lamble answers many prickly questions in her book, Answers to Everyday Questions about Relationships. This week she has advice on how Paula can stop her husband leering at younger women.

Relationships

When the love goes

Relationship expert Jo Lamble answers many prickly questions in her book, Answers to Everyday Questions about Relationships. This week she has answered member Sue’s question on how to recapture the love of her husband?

Parents

How can I help my son through his divorce?

Relationship expert Jo Lamble answers many prickly questions in her book, Answers to Everyday Questions about Relationships. This week we publish the answer to how you can support your children though divorce.

Food

Dietary advice wanted

Coping with food intolerances can be a challenge but when you’re unsure of exactly what you can and can’t eat, it becomes even more difficult. Subscriber Jan is looking for some recipe advice which can help her manage an allergy to commercial preservatives.

Centrelink News

Challenging Centrelink decisions

YOURLifeChoices subscriber Terry doesn’t think the ruling he has received from Centrelink on his claim for payment is justified. He would like to know what course of action is available to him to challenge such a decision?

Centrelink News

Compensation payments and penalties

Often paid as a result of difficult circumstances, compensation payments can seem like a godsend. But, as YOURLifeChoices subscriber, Deborah, has realised, there can be penalties.

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