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The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) is Australia's leading peer-reviewed general medical journal. RTs are not endorsements. Also tweeting for MJA InSight.
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MJA 10h
Why Standing Desks Are Overrated via
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MJA 10h
New Peanut Allergy Drug Shows ‘Lifesaving’ Potential via
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MJA 11h
Mandatory reporting legislation “a century out of date” ... in ... “Health ministers are deluded if they think the system is working at the moment."
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MJA 13h
Podcast with Dr from UQ and Dr Peter de Jong from , talking about digital technologies in medical education ... ... with ...
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MJA 14h
Research news in brief from ... young people less satisfied with GPs; low carbs and weight management; music as sleep aid; dengue and Zika; what's new online in ...
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MJA 15h
MJA Calendar of conferences in Australia and New Zealand ... ... if you have an event you want to highlight send an email to cswannell@mja.com.au
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MJA 16h
Fishy odour? Must be the evidence for aromatherapy ... writes in ... "The last thing we want is a whole lot of anxious mice rampaging around the place."
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MJA 17h
Podcast with Dr , nephrology registrar and Oxford Australia Clarendon Scholar, talking about CVD risk with and chronic disease ... with ... ...
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MJA 18h
What lithium can tell us about disorder ... Prof writes in ... "For bipolar disorder, response to lithium is the most obvious target, and it is now the inspiration for the Australian Genetics of Bipolar Disorder Study"
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MJA 19h
ICYMI: The right kind of viral: boosted Facebook advertisements for health protection messages ... research ... "the potential for reaching at-risk groups in a targeted manner ... has been underexploited" ...
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MJA 20h
Bad behaviour: time for hospitals to walk the cutting edge ... Dr writes in ... "What, then, do public hospitals have to show for the multiple inquiries and projects targeted at this behaviour?"
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MJA 21h
ICYMI: Type 2 in patients with end-stage kidney disease: influence on -related mortality risk ... research ...
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MJA 22h
Mandatory reporting legislation “a century out of date” ... in ... “Health ministers are deluded if they think the system is working at the moment."
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MJA 23h
MJA Vol 209 Issue 10 is now available online ... premium content includes: ageing prisoner population; glycaemic control apps; digital tech in med ed; CVD, T2D and CKD; narrative review of community-acquired meningitis and encephalitis ... all available at
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MJA Nov 16
F.D.A. Seeks Restrictions on Teens’ Access to Flavored E-Cigarettes and a Ban on Menthol Cigarettes via
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MJA Nov 16
She Couldn’t Quit Smoking. Then She Tried Juul. via
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MJA Nov 16
The Price of Cool: A Teenager, a Juul and Nicotine Addiction via
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LJ Nov 14
It was people who were homeless themselves that insisted Boston provide a respite place so that patients would not be discharged from hospital to streets- Dr Jim O'Connell inspiring 🇦🇺to do the same
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Solja Niemelä Nov 14
Intresting! Forensic toxicologists in were among the first to report abuse in post-mortem studies, associated w buprenorphine abuse, alcohol and benzodiazepines.
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Dr Kimberly Humphrey Nov 14
"there is a subtle undertone rampant within the medical fraternity... late-night emails, missing a child’s school concert, publishing multiple articles a year, and not taking annual leave become unvoiced indicators of a truly committed doctor"
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