Health

Brazil declares end to yellow fever outbreak that killed 261

Sep 6, 2017

Brazil's Health Ministry has declared an end to a yellow fever outbreak that killed more 250 people over the past nine months

Tourist faces upgraded charges over death in Sydney clinic

Sep 5, 2017

A Chinese tourist with no Australian medical license was charged with manslaughter after police say she gave a woman an anesthetic at a Sydney beauty clinic and the woman later died

Woman dies after botched breast procedure at Sydney clinic

Sep 1, 2017

A woman has died after police say a Chinese tourist with no Australian medical license gave her an anesthetic during a procedure at a Sydney beauty clinic

Flu outbreak kills 7 residents in Australian aged care home

Sep 1, 2017

An influenza outbreak has killed seven residents of a care home for the elderly in Australia and sickened 116 other residents and staff

Chinese charged over botched medical procedure in Sydney

Aug 31, 2017

Officials say a Chinese woman with no Australian medical license has been arrested for administering an anesthetic to a customer at a Sydney beauty salon who then suffered cardiac arrest

Student charged with assaulting 4 at Australian university

Aug 26, 2017

A Canberra court has ordered an 18-year-old student to undergo a mental health assessment after he was charged with attacking his teacher and three of his fellow students with a baseball bat

Leali'ifano set for Ulster stint amid recovery from cancer

Aug 21, 2017

Wallabies utility back Christian Leali'ifano is set to join Irish club Ulster on a short-term contract as he bids to make up for lost time in his recovery from leukemia

Tillerson says diplomats in Havana suffered 'health attacks'

Aug 12, 2017

The U.S. secretary of state says American diplomats in Havana have been the victims of "health attacks" that left them with hearing loss _ the most definitive U.S. statement yet on mysterious incidents that have puzzled observers of U.S.-Cuba relations

Tillerson says diplomats in Havana suffered 'health attacks'

Aug 12, 2017

The U.S. secretary of state says American diplomats in Havana have been the victims of "health attacks" that left them with hearing loss _ the most definitive U.S. statement yet on mysterious incidents that have puzzled observers of U.S.-Cuba relations

Cuthbert, who won Olympic gold in 100, 200 and 400, has died

Aug 7, 2017

Betty Cuthbert, who won the 100-, 200-meter and sprint relay gold medals at the 1956 Olympics, has died following a long battle with multiple sclerosis

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