It is little wonder Japan is a country firmly on the repeat button for visitors, never failing to impress with its diversity of experiences.
Almost half of all midwifery positions at WA country hospitals last year went unfilled, leaving pregnant women and newborns vulnerable, the National party says.
WA Health Department figures show that last year 119 children aged nine to 12 attended hospital because of self-harm such as cutting, compared with 63 in 2013.
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Health experts have long argued for a minimum price of between $1 and $1.50 per standard drink which would mostly affect cheap bottled wine and cask wine.
Public hospital doctors are set to challenge the McGowan Government’s wages policy, pushing for a pay increase reportedly well above the $1000 a year cap.
According to a Royal Australian College of General Practitioners report last year, four out of five GPs have seen or experienced violence in their workplace.
The Government has set aside $3.3 million to start moving the ageing King Edward Maternity Hospital to the QEII Medical Centre in Nedlands.
A design fault in Fiona Stanley Hospital’s power management system caused an emergency generator to shut down during last week’s power outage, it has been revealed.
Health groups and interest groups such as oncologists and radiologists have thrown their support behind the $2.3 billion pledge, though on the side many want to see the fine print.
A young Perth mother is angry that a photo showing her scarred breasts from a double mastectomy has been banned from Facebook.
Dozens of surgical procedures had to be called off at Fiona Stanley Hospital — including for patients under anaesthetic — after a power blackout yesterday.
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An immunisation social media site has been hijacked by anti-vaccination trolls who told the mother of a baby who died from whooping cough to “go have a miscarriage”.
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