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Queensland to ‘rapidly return to normal' as first 200 jabbed
2 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
There is probably no community transmission circulating in Australia, says Queensland's chief health officer, as more than 200 people received their first COVID jab.
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Vitamin D deficiency does not increase risk of type 1 diabetes, study finds
Genetically determined vitamin D levels do not have a large effect on risk of type 1 diabetes in Europeans, according to a new study.
DeSantis says he'll take Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine when it's his turn
Gov. Ron DeSantis said that he will be taking the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine when it's his turn.
As COVID-19 hospital numbers fall across the Midwest, fatigued medical staff...
The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in the U.S. has dropped by 80,000 in six weeks, providing some relief to front-line workers
AMP reaches deal to sell 60 per cent of AMP Capital to US firm Ares
AMP has entered into a non-binding agreement to spin off its private markets business AMP Capital to US investment firm Ares in a $2.25 billion joint-venture deal.
Karrinyup locals flood city chambers furious at 24-storey apartment tower plan
Planners say CBD skyscraper height is appropriate for a major activity centre. Locals say not - and add that the activity centre plan hasn't even been done.
Lick your lips: here are the most anticipated WA wines of 2021
After our year of living dangerously close to the bar fridge at home, it came as no surprise to see alcohol consumption climb through the roof across the country.
The West Australians paying off their mortgage by renting out their campervans
Trapped in Australia due to COVID-19 restrictions, West Australians are embracing the caravan life while making tens of thousands of dollars along the way.
AGA: Lifestyle modifications ‘cornerstone' to achieving weight loss in NAFLD
The AGA Institute Clinical Practice Updates Committee and the Governing Board published evidence-based intervention advice for lifestyle modifications for treating nonalcoholic...
Longer Allergy Season, Pollen Travels Farther
New research on climate change explains an extended allergy season with pollen on the move.
Masks Vital to Stopping COVID at Gyms
Coronavirus outbreaks at fitness centers last summer were likely the result of exercisers and instructors not wearing masks, new research reveals.