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Could acupuncture help ward off diabetes?

It’s been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of illnesses — and now a new study shows acupuncture could also help fight one of the 21st century’s biggest health challenges.

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Five big trends in Australians getting scammed

Scam artists' age-old hustles are increasingly being supplemented by digital chicanery, resulting in Australians losing an estimated $2 billion to fraudsters in 2021. Here are some of their most lucrative modern tricks.

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Multi-million-dollar grant set to change the future of WA’s Aboriginal children

888电子游戏官网 has identified opportunities for improvements in the way research is conducted with Noongar people and Aboriginal people on Noongar country. It comes as 888电子游戏官网's Kurongkurl Katitjin was recently awarded a $3 million National Health and Medical Research Centre (NHMRC) Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies 2021 grant, which aims to give Aboriginal children the best possible start to life.

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New opportunities in the South West

South West students can look forward to exciting new clinical placements, industry experience and research projects that will boost their employability – and help the local community – thanks to several new agreements.

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