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A University of Michigan study has determined that watching large amounts of commercial TV by parents leads to more eating of junk food by their…
A skull implant like the one used in the operation A man has had three quarters of his skull replaced by a 3D printed copy in a procedure that is being lauded as the first…
Recent research has suggested a very strong connection between the use of lead in petrol and paint and violent crime rates.
A cross-disciplinary team including researchers from NICTA, the University of Melbourne, and the Epworth and Royal Melbourne hospitals will look for a way to use…
Australian scientists have launched a world first wearable wrist device that resets your body clock.
Better still, don't start at all!
Aussie technology helps fight melanoma An Australian design team has paid an integral role in the design of a new camera with advanced photographic technology to help win the fight…
There is no scientific basis for the widespread belief that the weak electromagnetic fields around mobile phones and other mobile devices cause health problems. The…
A PC a day keeps dementia at bay Regular use of computers appears to reduce the incidence of dementia by up to 40 per cent according to a major study of more than…
Visually blind people may be able to see through an Australian developed bionic eye by as early as 2013, according to researchers at the University…

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