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Combo meal deals and price discounts on fast food encourage us to eat more junk. It’s time for policy action

Australians love to eat out, especially fast food. About a third of household food budgets are spent on food prepared outside the home, with most of us consuming it on

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Revealing the mystery behind non-alcoholic liver disease

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common liver disorder worldwide and is present in approximately 25 percent of the world’s population. Over 90 percent of obese, 60 percent of

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Machine learning can identify signs of Alzheimer’s in patients recalling the story of Cinderella

A new study by researchers from the Neurosciences Research Centre at St George’s has identified the strengths and limitations of different tasks used to detect the early signs of Alzheimer’s

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No benefit from PRP treatment for patients with debilitating Achilles tendon pain

Patients with Achilles tendinopathy, a disease of the Achilles tendon that can potentially cause significant pain, receive no benefit from being treated with platelet rich plasma (PRP) injection, a clinical

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Electric signals between individual cardiac cells regulate heartbeat

The rhythm in a working heart is regulated by electrical impulses. Disturbances of this bioelectrical process can result in cardiac arrhythmias, or irregularities in heartbeat—a common ailment that can lead

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New research identifies key set of signals that control mucus production in the lung

Proper lung function relies on the precise balance of specialized epithelial cells (cells that line the surfaces of the body) that coordinate functions to maintain homeostasis. One important lung cell

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The unexpected journey of the egg and the embryo through the fallopian tube

The journey of the egg and the embryo through the fallopian tube or oviduct toward the uterus is not well understood, mainly because it is inaccessible for direct imaging. Looking

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