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The mind has great influence over the body and maladies often have their origin there.

— John Doe Molicere

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    • JANUARY 23, 2017
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    What’s in store for new health minister Greg Hunt?

    What’s in store for new health minister Greg Hunt?

    Successful health ministers need well-honed political skills, a lot of patience and even more backbone for the very public battles needed for real change says Jim Gillepspie, Deputy Director, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney…

    • JULY 1, 2019
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    What is Q Fever and are you at risk?

    What is Q Fever and are you at risk?

    Q fever is an illness caused by a bacterium called Coxiella burnetti which can be caught by humans via direct or indirect contact with infected domestic and native animals or animal products. Cattle, sheep and goats are the main sources of infection. The illness in humans is usually mild, but may sometimes be severe with long lasting consequences. Our Eurobodalla region was declared a high risk area – mainly due to extreme dry conditions throughout the region. If your work puts you in contact with high-risk animals or animal products you have a high risk of  Q fever infection. The vaccine is strongly recommended for people aged 15 years and over who work in high-risk occupations.

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