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Olympic-size pool could make waves above Brisbane's Roma Street station
Planning documents released last month revealed the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority intended to push on with plans to build the Brisbane Live arena.
Surf's Up. The Temperature Isn't
Growing numbers of surfers are taking to the Great Lakes - even when the weather is well below freezing.
Why I Overcame My Vaccine Hesitancy
The more people who become immune to the virus, the less this scourge will be able to mutate and evade the vaccines already available
Diagnosing Autism in the Pandemic
Autism spectrum disorder is often suspected when young children stand out as being different from their peers. That can be much harder in this isolated time.
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Officials Reach New Low, Say Moist Masks Are Good for You
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Weekly Health Quiz: Lockdowns, Vaccine Passports and More
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Opioid Use Common for Pain in Multiple Sclerosis
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Detroit PE teacher navigates pandemic with charity assist
Student physical activity has dipped during the pandemic