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Wednesday 29th March 2017


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    Page 13 - Hayfever 'hiding' risk of thunderstorm asthma.  People who suffer from hayfever should have asthma medications in arms reach at all times especially in pollen season, experts advise. 

    Page 7 - Concern for older children.  Tasmania's youngest citizens are getting a good start in life, but there are concerns for the state's older children, according to a new report.  ONLINE


    Page 5 - Health concern for older children.  Well-being of young people in spotlight.  ONLINE

    Page 12 - Hayfever 'hiding' risk of thunderstorm asthma.  People who suffer hayfever should have asthma medications in arms reach at all times especially in pollen season, experts advise. 

Tuesday 28th March 2017


  • Page 5 - Fibre diet offers hope for diabetes.  A medicinal diet that boosts good bacteria in the gut may be the key to reducing the risk of type-1 diabetes, one of the most common chronic diseases in children.

    Page 7 - Epileptics treated unfairly: report.  More than half of Tasmanians living with epilepsy have experience discrimination at some point in their lives, a new report has found. 


    Page 5 - New report shines light on epilepsy.  More than half of all Tasmanians living with epilepsy have experienced discrimination, according to a new report aimed at better addressing the needs of those with the condition.

     


    Page 6 - Service follows suicide attempts.  Anglicare Tasmania has been awarded $600,000 of taxpayers money to provide the state government's suicide prevention service.

    Page 8 - Hidden truth of epilepsy revealed.  More than half of all Tasmanians living with epilepsy have experienced discrimination, according to a new report aimed at better addressing the needs of those with the condition.

     

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