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Your heart changes in size and shape with exercise – this can lead to heart problems for some athletes and gym rats
SYDNEY EXHIBIT IS A NO-HOLDS BARRED LOOK AT PSYCHIATRY’S HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES
Expert articles & sources – The catastrophic impacts of medical misogyny
Improving screening of new drugs inspires QUT Fulbright Scholar
New defibrillator for Legerwood thanks to funding from the Rockliff Liberal Government
Why it’s a bad idea to mix alcohol with some medications
Tips for healthy heart
More heart attacks in rural areas
How much weight do you actually need to lose? It might be a lot less than you think
Victorians Urged To Take Care As Temperatures Soar
South Australia swelters under extreme heat
CASS grant success
JUNE CAMPS AT REFLECTIONS MASSY GREENE FOR A HALF CENTURY
ADHD medication – can you take it long term? What are the risks and do benefits continue?
How to choose new year diet
New pathology laboratory now open at Cooma Hospital
Boost for life-changing medical research
Vital health research wins prestigious NHMRC funding
How hardened arteries cause heart attacks
HRI calls for donations to stop Australia’s biggest killer this Christmas
Heart Foundation welcomes passing of new tobacco laws
AUSTRALIAN WORLD-FIRST TRIAL OFFERS NEW HOPE FOR TYPE 1 DIABETES?
Beat the Heat: Willoughby City Council Urges Residents to Prepare for Extreme Heat
Test aids emergency diagnosis of heart conditions
Health professionals join coal port blockade
Here’s what happens to your penis as you age
Any activity is better for your heart than sitting – even sleeping
Fossil fuels responsible for heart arrhythmias in mammals
Recommendations on calcium scoring
Half a million at-risk Aussies neglect heart health during pandemic: new research
Wearable heart monitor ticks all the boxes for better healthcare: study
Salt-Two in five think heart-healthy
How 22 minutes of exercise a day could reduce the health risks from sitting too long
Heart Foundation funding
Setting trans fat limits in Kenya could save thousands of lives and cut costs
NSW residents reminded to put their heart health first
The courage to give after tackling fears
New genetic study unlocks the causes of why our arteries harden
Shocked back to life 9 October
Heart Stopper helping to raise awareness about heart disease
‘Discovery’ mass spectrometer system now live in HRI’s Fluxomics Centre
Being mindful on World Heart Day
Heart disease remains leading cause of death in Australia
GP urges heart checks on World Heart Day
Research assistant Michael Hutton publishes review on atherosclerosis research
Local cop given second chance at life
Kids dressing up as older people is harmless fun, right? No, it’s ageist, whatever Bluey says
Cr Liesbeth Long – Welcome Record 21 September