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An American head trauma expert says helmets won’t solve AFL’s chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) problem. Last week, a post-mortem revealed Richmond midfielder Shane Tuck suffered from the crippling neurological disorder, which is linked to repeated knocks to the head. He became the third AFL footballer to be diagnosed with the condition, which can only be […]

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A test is being developed by Melbourne researchers in the hope of being able to predict pregnant women likely to go in to have premature births to providing better care to pre-term babies. It’s hoped a test could give doctors a better indication of the risk of going into early labour. Senior research fellow Dr […]

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RUMOUR CONFIRMED A quick-thinking man has performed a life saving hat trick. Tony Freeman has jumped in to save lives at sporting events three times, twice as a player himself, and a third time as a spectator. “The first one was at a cricket training session, the second one at a football match, and this […]

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