Stomach signals to the brain can be damaged if too much fatty food is consumed and this can affect the ability to successfully diet in the future.
Nerves in the stomach have been found in New University of Adelaide research that are responsible for signaling the brain appeared to be desensitised after long-term consumption of a high-fat diet.
An article in the recent issue of Medical Journal of Australia states that home renovators are not saving themselves from asbestos.
Out of 10, six DIY renovators are exposed to a risk of asbestos and this has been stated by research based on a NSW questionnaire but fewer than 15 per cent say they regularly use protection.
It seems that the government is not at all serious to retain Australia’s $10 billion Clean Energy Finance Corporation. Greg Hunt, who is the likely to be the new Minister for Climate Change, said that the coalition will scrap it.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has offered financial help of $560 million to invest in technologies like solar panels and wind farms.
Bullying has become a serious concern to address for a long period of time. As per statistics, there are very high chances that a child will be bullied at some stage at school. It has been showed by Federal government research that one in four schoolchildren are bullied. Nearly 4,000 requests a year are sought a year on the Kids Helpline for bullying-related counseling.
Doctors wish for a law to be introduced that would permit them to recommend antibiotics to sexual partners of people who are suffering from Chlamydia.
Chlamydia is a bacterial disease that can harm reproductive organs of a woman along with acute pain and infertility in both men and women.
South Australian nurses will be offered an increase of 9% in their pay over next three years. Elizabeth Dabars, Nursing and Midwifery Federation Official, said at the starting of the next month, union members would vote on the same offer.
She added that along with the setting of new staffing levels at the hospital, people of South Australia will enjoy the best nursing and midwifery care in the country.
Asked for her comment on losing the top job three months ago, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard affirmed that losing the power was like being hit with a fist.
Not only the loss is felt emotionally and physically, but in all moments of acute distress and in your nerve endings also.
She wrote in an article that some of her colleagues were also going through the same phase. Since, they also lost the re-election the previous week.
According to a state regulator's landmark ruling on Thursday, Fortescue Metals Group is allowed to charge Brockman Mining nearly about half the price than what it was targeting to let the Hong Kong-based firm use its iron ore rail line.
Brockman has held talks with Fortescue about using its rail line. Moreover, it is the first company to test a state code that requires Fortescue to let others use the rail line.
The shares of Etihad Airways have been lifted again in Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd. The shares were exceeded by Etihad Airways. The Richard Branson's Virgin Group was considered as the third biggest airline group.
Eithad has told investors that the shares have increased. The increase was of 13.4% from its earlier rate of 12.35%. This has helped Eithad to become Virgin Australia's third largest shareholder.
According to a survey, confidence among consumers has been shifted off this September. It happened for the first time in past three years. But, there seems to be a bit of positive point among consumers because of reasonable domestic economic momentum.
Consumer confidence index reading must always be above 100. ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index has scored least reading this month since March.
Breaking her silence, Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has said that her Labor Party needed to rediscover itself after grieving on the loss of power.
Gillard admitted that she and her colleagues who lost re-election previous week felt the loss physically and emotionally and had some grieving to do together.
In a noteworthy launch of Optus' new Time-Division Long-Term Evolution (TD-LTE) network, Victorian Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips recently rolled out the company's `4G Plus' network at the Melbourne Tennis Centre.
As per recent reports, it has been unveiled that the New Zealand dollar is trading well. It is trading higher now.
It has been said that the rise has been witnessed after the statement of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. The statement is said to have led the New Zealand dollar to touch US$0.8152.
In a move which indicates that support is building for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to look into the prospect of regulated prices for telecom facilities and commence an inquiry, interconnection services start-up Megaport has come out in support of the proposal.
As per recent reports, it has been unveiled that an experienced staff member at the Barrett Centre in Wacol, a Brisbane psychiatric facility for adolescents, has be asked to quit the job over allegations levied on him.
The Chief Medical Officer for NSW Dr. Kerry Chant is in favor of the inclusion of fluoride in water. Therefore, she especially visited Lismore and has submitted a submission to Lismore city council.
Her submission includes the benefits of fluoride. This had led the council to lift the ban on fluoride in drinking supplies. The decision seems to have upset an anti-fluoride protestor.
After demonstrating their inappropriate and misogynist `Titstare' app at the TechCrunch Disrupt 2013 conference, the app's two Australian developers - Jethro Batts and David Boulton - have apologized for any and all offences caused by their software.
At a recent advertising trade function in Sydney, digital publisher Mi9 revealed that, in barely 18 months, there has been a whopping 525 percent increase - to $25 million - in revenue generated solely from giving advertisers more data about the people who can be targeted on their websites.
A fast-growing Australian petition on Change. org is asking the incoming Coalition government to retain the outgoing Labor government's fibre-to-the-premises National Broadband Network (NBN).
According to a new Optus My Plan report, Australians spend five weeks each year using the Internet connections at their work places for personal reasons, to avoid bill shock; for which they also access free Wi-Fi whenever possible, and satisfy their data addictions by using the smartphones of their friends.
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