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I have only one quibble about Dr Goldstein’s book. I detect a subtle brag in all his talk about anal health and beauty.
by Alek Gibbo - 17/07/2024 - 1 comment
These cases will also define the scope future authorities might have in laying down draconian regulations on their citizens in the future.
by Murray Hunter - 24/06/2024 - 3 comments
As well as meeting their own environmental, social and governance (ESG) ambitions, companies know that they are unlikely to win public tenders or private contracts unless they are committed to reducing their carbon footprint.
by Ivor Campbell - 3/06/2024
I am a 'cancer survivor'. I achieved this not by surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, but by starving the cancer of the toxins I had been feeding it until it shrivelled up and died.
by Melissa Karydas - 10/05/2024 - 6 comments
As we all know, this terminology has caused plenty of unnecessary fear. Over more than three years, it has also caused societal hypervigilance and political hysteria.
by Manfred Horst - 9/05/2024 - 2 comments
The issue of domestic violence dominated headlines this past week, but is there more to the story?
by Graham Young - 6/05/2024 - 13 comments
Many of the same Labor and Green members of that former Senate committee, including Senator Gallagher, that had advocated a royal commission, voted it down.
by Scott Prasser - 1/05/2024 - 1 comment
The Chinese government's initiatives to reform the country's medical system and boost its domestic market, have led to an accelerated localisation trend, reshaping the competitive landscape, and influencing global trade dynamics.
by Ivor Campbell - 12/04/2024 - 1 comment
Most of the officials within the WHO are bureaucrats with little or no experience within democratic government. They are unelected officials not responsible to any electorate.
by Murray Hunter - 10/04/2024 - 2 comments
Society has many champions speaking up for women, children, Aborigines, gays and lesbians, but precious few for men. It needs more of them.
by David Leyonhjelm - 4/04/2024 - 7 comments
Excess deaths are the disease X. Where is the WHO?
by Murray Hunter - 13/03/2024 - 3 comments
The consequences of commercial influence on health policy for society are devastating. Prescribed drugs continue to be one of the leading causes of death globally after heart disease and cancer.
by Aseem Malhotra - 12/03/2024 - 4 comments


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