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There is growing evidence that social and environmental stressors increase susceptibility to a range of diseases, including common causes of both morbidity and mortality. Nevertheless, stress is only rarely seriously considered to be a significant risk factor for disease in the public health...
Decision‐making on medical research in Australia has, over the past fifty years, moved from the domain of individual researchers funded by small‐scale private philanthropy to that of large teams of scientists backed by multi‐million dollar enterprises which depend considerably on public funding....
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Published hysterectomy rates from several Australian States range between 376 and 489 per 105 women — values that lie between the lower European rates and the higher North American rates. We used a life‐table method to calculate that for a woman aged 65 years exposed lifelong to current rates in...
Data collected in New Zealand over a 50‐year period suggest that the general decline in decay of primary teeth in 5‐year‐olds started well before the introduction of fluoridation. Some correlations and possible causative factors are discussed.
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