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An unvaccinated child brings Vancouver-area measles outbreak to 22 - OregonLive

An unvaccinated child brings Vancouver-area measles outbreak to 22  OregonLiveClark County Confirms 22nd Measles Case, Plans Calls To Those Exposed  OPB NewsClark County measles outbreak grows, vaccination rates plummeting  KATUMore Clark County measles cases and exposure locations confirmed  The ColumbianPortland Trail Blazers fans may have been exposed to measles, officials say  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

FDA: Another blood pressure drug under voluntary recall - MassLive.com

FDA: Another blood pressure drug under voluntary recall  MassLive.comAnother voluntary recall of medications used in the treatment of high blood pressure has been issued due to the detection in the active pharmaceutical ...View full coverage on Google News

Most parents still rely on these 3 myths to avoid colds - WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

Most parents still rely on these 3 myths to avoid colds  WGHP FOX 8 GreensboroAs with many other aspects of parenting, when it comes to preventing colds, most parents trust the advice passed down by their own parents and grandparents.View full coverage on Google News

Anti-Vaxxers Declared One of the Top 10 Threats to Public Health in 2019 as a Measles Outbreak Spreads Across Vancouver, Wash. - Willamette Week

Anti-Vaxxers Declared One of the Top 10 Threats to Public Health in 2019 as a Measles Outbreak Spreads Across Vancouver, Wash.  Willamette WeekMore exposure sites named in Portland area measles outbreak  KEZI TVNo new confirmed cases in Clark County measles outbreak  KGW NewsMorning Press: Measles cases, Cruise-ship jumper, Vancouver stabbing  The ColumbianClark County officials identify 3 more measles exposure sites, rule out 2 suspected cases  KATUView full coverage on Google News

Superbugs and anti-vaxxers make WHO's list of 10 global health threats - KSL.com

Superbugs and anti-vaxxers make WHO's list of 10 global health threats  KSL.comFrom climate change to superbugs, the World Health Organization has laid out 10 big threats to our global health in 2019. And unless these threats get ...View full coverage on Google News

Frailty could make people more susceptible to dementia - Cosmos

Frailty could make people more susceptible to dementia  CosmosAlzheimer's: What leads to brain cell damage?  Medical News TodayBlood test could detect Alzheimer's more than 10 years earlier ? study  The GuardianAlzheimer?s blood test breakthrough identifies disease a decade before symptoms appear  New AtlasA new blood test could detect Alzheimer?s before symptoms emerge  BGRView full coverage on Google News

Flu season update: Which states are experiencing high influenza-like activity? - AccuWeather.com

Flu season update: Which states are experiencing high influenza-like activity?  AccuWeather.comFlu jab reminder as cases on island rise  Royal GazetteMinistry: Take Precautions Against Influenza  BernewsFlu season 2019: WHO says World will face another PANDEMIC - when could this happen?  Express.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

New 'planetary health diet' can save lives and the planet, major review suggests - CNN

New 'planetary health diet' can save lives and the planet, major review suggests  CNNWhat is the planetary health diet? How to follow this non-vegan diet that could save 11 million lives every year  iNewsView full coverage on Google News

Scientists say this diet will save lives and the Earth - Bring Me The News

Scientists say this diet will save lives and the Earth  Bring Me The NewsNew 'planetary health diet' can save lives and the planet, major review suggests  KSL.comScientists Boost the "Planetary Health Diet" for Your and Earth's Benefit  TheStranger.comFollow this diet for both personal and planetary health  InhabitatTime to cut almost all meat from your diet, scientists say  Myjoyonline.comView full coverage on Google News

Local hospitals add visitor restrictions due to flu - KARE11.com

Local hospitals add visitor restrictions due to flu  KARE11.comMINNEAPOLIS ? Allina Health and University of Minnesota Health are implementing visitor restrictions this week to prevent the spread of influenza, which was ...View full coverage on Google News

New Study at the Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital Finds It's Better Not to Bathe Newborns Right Away - Newser

New Study at the Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital Finds It's Better Not to Bathe Newborns Right Away  NewserBreastfeeding rates rise if newborn's bath delayed, Cleveland Clinic study finds  cleveland.comDelaying baby's first bath may help newborns breastfeed easier  TODAYNot Bathing a Newborn Just after Birth Linked to Better Breastfeeding  NewsweekDelaying first bath for baby can help with breastfeeding  WTHRView full coverage on Google News

Can a teenager's blood really stop the aging process? - KHOU.com

Can a teenager's blood really stop the aging process?  KHOU.comThe secret to eternal youth may have finally been revealed and the answer might be in the blood of young people. It's a controversial new treatment that may ...

How likely are you live to 90? Depends on your gender and body size - CNN

How likely are you live to 90? Depends on your gender and body size  CNNLiving to the ripe old age of 90 may depend on your body size -- both height and weight -- and your level of physical activity, and seems to be different for men ...View full coverage on Google News

Beware, this is the one place that will destroy your diet - MarketWatch

Beware, this is the one place that will destroy your diet  MarketWatchA study looks at the link between this daily activity and dietary habits.

62 cases of Chronic Wasting Disease now confirmed in Tennessee - WZTV

62 cases of Chronic Wasting Disease now confirmed in Tennessee  WZTVNASHVILLE, Tenn.--Officials with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) report there have now been 62 confirmed cases of chronic wasting disease ...View full coverage on Google News

Genes affect where fat is stored - Medical Xpress

Genes affect where fat is stored  Medical XpressGenetic Influences on Body Fat Distribution in Men and Women Identified  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsWhether you are an apple or pear depends on your genes  Daily MailOur genes affect where fat is stored in our bodies : study  ETHealthworld.comOur genes affect where fat is stored in our bodies: Study  Business StandardView full coverage on Google News

This brain training app may help you stay focused, says new study - CNN

This brain training app may help you stay focused, says new study  CNNCambridge-developed brain-training app claimed to improve attention and concentration  New AtlasBrain training game is as effective as stimulant drugs at boosting your attention span  Daily MailBrain training app may be the new digital Ritalin: study  New York Post Having trouble concentrating? A new app can help fix that  PhillyVoice.comView full coverage on Google News

10 things to know about the health of refugees and migrants - World Health Organization

10 things to know about the health of refugees and migrants  World Health OrganizationMigrants to Europe Are Not Carrying 'Exotic Diseases,' WHO Says  VOA NewsWestern lifestyles pose risk to migrants' health, says WHO report  The GuardianRefugees Are Not Health Threat to Host Countries, WHO Study Finds. In Fact, It's the Opposite.  Common DreamsWHO: Migrants Do Not Bring Diseases Into Europe  VOA NewsView full coverage on Google News

Disturbing Link Found Between Opioid Overdose Deaths And Big Pharma Gifts to Doctors - ScienceAlert

Disturbing Link Found Between Opioid Overdose Deaths And Big Pharma Gifts to Doctors  ScienceAlertStudy: Pharma Dollars Led to Overdose Deaths  Washington Free BeaconView full coverage on Google News

Skin Color Evolution Painted in New Light - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Skin Color Evolution Painted in New Light  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsA study of diverse Latin American populations led by UCL geneticists has identified new genetic variations associated with skin color.View full coverage on Google News

Do you have high blood pressure? Depends on which doctor you ask - Chicago Sun-Times

Do you have high blood pressure? Depends on which doctor you ask  Chicago Sun-TimesAn estimated 103 million Americans have high blood pressure, and should change their lifestyle or take medication to maintain cardiovascular and heart health.

Forget No-Carb. Embrace Slow Carb : The Salt - NPR

Forget No-Carb. Embrace Slow Carb : The Salt  NPRDitching carbs can lead to quick weight loss, but can you really stick with it? Here's the science on eating carbs smarter to keep you sated and healthy.

A man's unusual treatment for his chronic back pain: Injecting... - Brainerd Dispatch

A man's unusual treatment for his chronic back pain: Injecting...  Brainerd DispatchA 33-year-old man who had been suffering from back pain decided to treat himself by resorting to an unusual remedy not supported by scientific research: he ...View full coverage on Google News

Reports: 600-Plus Ebola Cases in D.R. Congo 'Expected to Double' - Breitbart

Reports: 600-Plus Ebola Cases in D.R. Congo 'Expected to Double'  BreitbartEbola outbreak in the DR Congo is moving towards a major city home to one million inhabitants  Daily MailCongo ebola outbreak: Deadly virus and cholera killing HUNDREDS amid political unrest  Express.co.ukScientists Make Progress on Ebola Virus Treatment  Voice of AmericaCongo-Kinshasa: Ebola Cases in Congo Expected to Double Amid Fears Outbreak Could Cross Borders  AllAfrica - Top Africa NewsView full coverage on Google News

Energizing the immune system to eat cancer: Method of priming macrophages to boost anti-tumor response - Science Daily

Energizing the immune system to eat cancer: Method of priming macrophages to boost anti-tumor response  Science DailyResearchers say they've identified how to fuel macrophages with the energy needed to attack and eat cancer cells.View full coverage on Google News

A Memoir About Loving ? and Then Resisting ? Krispy Kreme, Chili Dogs, Cinnamon Biscuits... - The New York Times

A Memoir About Loving ? and Then Resisting ? Krispy Kreme, Chili Dogs, Cinnamon Biscuits...  The New York TimesNearing 50, Tommy Tomlinson weighed 460 pounds. ?The Elephant in the Room? is a memoir of his lifelong relationship with food, and an account of how he ...

4 Suspected Opioid Overdoses in Alexandria in 72 Hours - NBC4 Washington

4 Suspected Opioid Overdoses in Alexandria in 72 Hours  NBC4 WashingtonAlexandria warns of opioid danger after four overdose and two die  Washington PostView full coverage on Google News

Pharmaceutical company recalls blood pressure medication - WREX-TV

Pharmaceutical company recalls blood pressure medication  WREX-TVBlood Pressure Recall: Irbesartan Brings Cancer Risk  NewsmaxCertain Blood Pressure Medication Recalled  CBS PhillyBlood Pressure Medicine Recall  WJBF-TVAnother high blood pressure/heart medicine recalled for possible cancer-causing element  The TelegraphView full coverage on Google News

Why Jillian Michaels and Andy Cohen Can't Stand Each Other - The Cheat Sheet

Why Jillian Michaels and Andy Cohen Can't Stand Each Other  The Cheat SheetFrom workout tapes to The Biggest Loser, we've watched Jillian Michaels teach us her diet and workout habits for a hard-bodied physique over the years.

Cocaine in London river is making eels 'hyperactive,' researchers say - Fox News

Cocaine in London river is making eels 'hyperactive,' researchers say  Fox NewsLondoners Take Too Much Cocaine & It Affects Thames Eels  Sputnik InternationalRecord cocaine levels in Thames probably not making fish high, experts say  The IndependentLondoners are sniffing so much cocaine that eels in the Thames are now hyperactive  Metro.co.ukFish sent hyper by high levels of cocaine in the River Thames  The SunView full coverage on Google News

Study: West Nile virus appears to endemic in Maricopa County - AZFamily

Study: West Nile virus appears to endemic in Maricopa County  AZFamilyLocal News Study: West Nile virus appears to endemic in Maricopa County Associated Press 9:16  KGUNView full coverage on Google News

Fecal transplants could help cure range of diseases - Newstalk ZB

Fecal transplants could help cure range of diseases  Newstalk ZBFaecal transplant researchers identify 'super-pooper' donors  The GuardianThere Are People Amongst Us Whose 'Super Poop' Can Treat Serious Diseases  ScienceAlertPoo report: 'Super donors' offer key to gut treatment  Radio New ZealandPoo transplant 'super donors' have higher success rate treating intestinal disorders - Science News  ABC NewsView full coverage on Google News

For Women Job Seekers, Networking Like a Man Isn't Enough - WIRED

For Women Job Seekers, Networking Like a Man Isn't Enough  WIREDA new study finds that male and female job seekers need different kinds of peer networks to get ahead.

A Totally New Type of Blood Vessel Has Been Discovered Hidden in Human Bones - ScienceAlert

A Totally New Type of Blood Vessel Has Been Discovered Hidden in Human Bones  ScienceAlertWe often think of bone as something that is structurally solid, especially its hard outer layer, called cortical bone. But a new discovery of never-before-seen ...View full coverage on Google News

Canine distemper confirmed at Fort De Soto Park - WFLA

Canine distemper confirmed at Fort De Soto Park  WFLARaccoons with 'canine distemper' virus found at Ft. De Soto Park  FOX 13 News, Tampa BayDog Owners Warned: Canine Distemper found at Fort De Soto Park  WFLAView full coverage on Google News

Being awake during brain surgery: 'You are hovering in between worlds' - BBC News

Being awake during brain surgery: 'You are hovering in between worlds'  BBC NewsJazz musician Musa Manzini was kept awake for part of his surgery to have a tumour removed.

Two people have died after pigeon dropping infection at hospital - AOL

Two people have died after pigeon dropping infection at hospital  AOL2 patients die after contracting infection linked to pigeon droppings  Fox NewsHealth secretary to meet NHS bosses over hospital pigeon infection  BBC NewsTroubled past of Glasgow's QEUH  BBC NewsPatient's fears over pigeon dropping infection at hospital  STV NewsView full coverage on Google News

Multiple Sclerosis: A Misguided Immune Attack On Myelin : Shots - Health News - NPR

Multiple Sclerosis: A Misguided Immune Attack On Myelin : Shots - Health News  NPRIt's looking like MS strikes when a variety of triggers gang up to impair neurons in the brain and spinal cord. Researchers are using their new knowledge to ...

Beyond the Pap smear: Startup uses phone, light and AI to detect cervical cancer - The Times of Israel

Beyond the Pap smear: Startup uses phone, light and AI to detect cervical cancer  The Times of IsraelIf we don?t stop smearing smear tests, women will die of embarrassment  The GuardianMany women don't realize they have cervical cancer until it's too late  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News SourceYoung women putting off smear tests due to embarrassment, study finds  The IndependentSmear tests: women asked to discuss fears as test rate plummets  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News

I see you: In first, Israeli-French team finds neurons that respond to all faces - The Times of Israel

I see you: In first, Israeli-French team finds neurons that respond to all faces  The Times of IsraelCells in vicinity of brain's Fusiform face area discovered while studying an epilepsy patient, Bar-Ilan University researcher Vadim Axelrod says.

British Women Will No Longer Be Advised To Take A Break From The Pill Each Month - IFLScience

British Women Will No Longer Be Advised To Take A Break From The Pill Each Month  IFLScienceIs it OK to take the pill every day without a break?  BBC NewsThe Sugar Pills in Your Birth Control Pack Were Put There to Placate The Pope  ScienceAlertThe contraceptive pill can be taken every day of the month  Metro.co.ukWomen CAN take The Pill every day of the month as scientists dismiss 'Pope rule'  Mirror OnlineView full coverage on Google News

Youthful cognitive ability strongly predicts mental capacity later in life - Medical Xpress

Youthful cognitive ability strongly predicts mental capacity later in life  Medical XpressEarly adult general cognitive ability (GCA)?the diverse set of skills involved in thinking, such as reasoning, memory and perception?is a stronger predictor of ...

Insomnia Isn't Just One Disorder, Says New Study - ScienceAlert

Insomnia Isn't Just One Disorder, Says New Study  ScienceAlertResearchers have come up with five different types of insomnia ? types that might help doctors personalise specific treatments in the future, making them more ...

When Cancer Meets the Internet - The New York Times

When Cancer Meets the Internet  The New York TimesWhen faced with an actual or potential diagnosis of cancer, most people are inclined to consult Dr. Google, often before they see a real live medical expert.

Novo Holdings' antibiotic resistance fund backs 3 biotechs - FierceBiotech

Novo Holdings' antibiotic resistance fund backs 3 biotechs  FierceBiotechNovo Holdings' REPAIR Impact Fund has revealed investments in three antibiotic resistance startups. The investments funneled around $16 million (?14 million) ...

Here's What Happens to Your Body When You Hate Your Job - HuffPost

Here's What Happens to Your Body When You Hate Your Job  HuffPostA toxic job can make you sick in a multitude of ways.

New study debunks commonly held beliefs about exercise and mortality - Ladders

New study debunks commonly held beliefs about exercise and mortality  LaddersFor those who feel 30 minutes is too long, even smaller increments can make a difference. Of course, results are better if you exercise more.

?I?m trying not to die right now?: Why opioid-addicted patients are still searching for help - POLITICO

?I?m trying not to die right now?: Why opioid-addicted patients are still searching for help  POLITICOAccess and accountability are still huge barriers in the growing treatment industry.

This Workout Is Designed to Carve Your Core and Sculpt Your Arms ? Ready? - POPSUGAR

This Workout Is Designed to Carve Your Core and Sculpt Your Arms ? Ready?  POPSUGARWhen heading to the gym, I usually opt for full-body workouts because they're so damn efficient. But in the day before to my favorite cycling class, I avoid.

MS Risk Linked to Linuron, Herbicide Used in US, in Study - Multiple Sclerosis News Today

MS Risk Linked to Linuron, Herbicide Used in US, in Study  Multiple Sclerosis News TodayLinuron, a herbicide used in the U.S. but banned in Europe, was found in a study to activate immune cells in mice, and inflammatory signaling linked to MS.

Type 2 diabetes: The one drink that could control blood sugar and prevent the condition - Express

Type 2 diabetes: The one drink that could control blood sugar and prevent the condition  ExpressFruits for diabetes: What to eat if you have type 2 diabetes to help control blood sugar and manage weight  Times NowDiet tips for diabetics: Foods that increase blood sugar and add on to the belly fat  Times of IndiaDiabetes Management: 3 Ayurvedic Diet Tips To Manage Diabetes  NDTV NewsView full coverage on Google News

Chirality measurements speed up - physicsworld.com

Chirality measurements speed up  physicsworld.comA new, real-time technique to measure the changes in chirality of biomolecules in the deep ultraviolet part of the electromagnetic spectrum could be important for ...

15 Easy Low-Carb Recipes You Can Make in Your Slow Cooker - POPSUGAR

15 Easy Low-Carb Recipes You Can Make in Your Slow Cooker  POPSUGARLow-carb diets don't have to be hard. It can actually be incredibly easy to whip up meals using low-carb ingredients, if you know what you're doing. Eating.

Woman links Lyme disease diagnosis to pet cat sleeping on bed - Fox News

Woman links Lyme disease diagnosis to pet cat sleeping on bed  Fox NewsLyme disease-sufferer contracted disease from pet cat SIXTEEN years ago  The London EconomicView full coverage on Google News

17 Slow-Cooker Super Bowl Recipes That Are Delicious & Low-Key - STYLECASTER

17 Slow-Cooker Super Bowl Recipes That Are Delicious & Low-Key  STYLECASTERCook Once and Eat All Week With These Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes  POPSUGAR10 Slow Cooker Soup Recipes That Are Perfect For Winter  xonecole.comView full coverage on Google News

I Ate 1 Avocado Every Day For 2 Weeks to See If It'd Help Me Lose Weight, and Here's What Happened - POPSUGAR

I Ate 1 Avocado Every Day For 2 Weeks to See If It'd Help Me Lose Weight, and Here's What Happened  POPSUGARAs a plant-based eater, I'll admit that my high-carb diet (that absolutely includes tons of sweet potatoes, whole grains, and dates), gives me energy for my.

Intermittent Fasting Plus Lower-Calorie Diet May Be Best - Medscape

Intermittent Fasting Plus Lower-Calorie Diet May Be Best  MedscapeIntermittent Fasting Diet For Weight Loss: Are You Aware Of These Side-Effects Of Fasting?  NDTV NewsIntermittent fasting: Why the new Fast 800 diet works  NewshubIntermittent fasting : What you need to know  Mumbai MirrorView full coverage on Google News

Stair-climbing exercise 'snacks' boost health - Medical News Today

Stair-climbing exercise 'snacks' boost health  Medical News TodayHere comes ?stair snacking? to improve heart health  Hindustan TimesClimbing stairs are good for the heart: Study - ANI News  ANI News'Snack' on exercise three times a day to boost your fitness  9HoneyNow Improve Heart Health With The All New Stair Snacking  Doctor NDTVView full coverage on Google News

Toddler left screaming in agony with red raw, oozing skin after eczema cream reaction - The Sun

Toddler left screaming in agony with red raw, oozing skin after eczema cream reaction  The SunToddler is overcoming a horrific reaction to steroid creams  Daily MailBaby left screaming in pain from steroid cream that left him covered with oozing scabs  Metro.co.ukBaby left screaming in agony after horrific reaction to eczema steroid creams  Mirror OnlineView full coverage on Google News

On a Budget? These Low-Carb Recipes Cost Around $10 - POPSUGAR

On a Budget? These Low-Carb Recipes Cost Around $10  POPSUGARDieting can be so expensive, which I personally find frustrating. But budget-friendly healthy recipes are out there! We pulled together 15 low-carb dishes that.

Vitamin B12 deficiency: Nine ?A list? foods to eat to avoid the condition developing - Express

Vitamin B12 deficiency: Nine ?A list? foods to eat to avoid the condition developing  ExpressVITAMIN B12 deficiency can occur from not eating the right foods. While some of the symptoms, such as fatigue, can be overlooked, the condition should be ...

Type 2 diabetes: These two popular cooking ingredients could help lower blood sugar - Express

Type 2 diabetes: These two popular cooking ingredients could help lower blood sugar  ExpressHow meat-free diet can help you manage - Vegetarian diet over non-veg for better sugar control  Times NowPowerful New Diabetes Remedy Is Finally in Nigeria: See The Solution I used to completely normalize my blood sugar level and made me to be completely FREE from Diabetes.  VanguardView full coverage on Google News

Signs of memory problems could be symptoms of hearing loss instead - Medical Xpress

Signs of memory problems could be symptoms of hearing loss instead  Medical XpressNew Study Finds Memory Loss Could Be a Sign of Hearing Loss, Not Alzheimer's  Interesting EngineeringView full coverage on Google News

Former soldier sues MoD after contracting Q fever from animal bacteria in Afghanistan - The Telegraph

Former soldier sues MoD after contracting Q fever from animal bacteria in Afghanistan  The TelegraphBritish soldier sues Army over Q fever chronic fatigue  BBC NewsBritish soldier sues Army after catching 'Q fever' from sheep poo in Afghanistan  Mirror.co.ukFormer soldier who contracted Q fever in Afghanistan sues MoD  The GuardianFormer soldier sues MoD for failing to give him antibiotics for Q fever  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

What is CRISPR? The revolutionary gene-editing tech explained - Wired.co.uk

What is CRISPR? The revolutionary gene-editing tech explained  Wired.co.ukA precise, inexpensive way of editing DNA could open up new paths to treating disease and improving our crops, but the technology is already proving ...

Pigeon dropping infection at hospital detected last month - BBC News

Pigeon dropping infection at hospital detected last month  BBC NewsPatients die of bird dropping infection at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital  The TimesFamily 'warned of pigeon risk at Glasgow hospital nine months before poo infection scandal'  Daily RecordPigeon problems at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital first reported more than two years ago  Evening TimesParents slam secrecy at pigeon poo infection hospital where two patients died as cancer-stricken kids forced  The SunView full coverage on Google News

Life in Balance: Social media promotes dangerous eating disorder trend, therapist warns - KTVB.com

Life in Balance: Social media promotes dangerous eating disorder trend, therapist warns  KTVB.comSocial media platforms can often promote unhealthy eating disorders by glamorizing women and girls that are extremely thin.

A memory pill? Cognitive neuroscience's contributions to the study of memory - The Conversation - Canada

A memory pill? Cognitive neuroscience's contributions to the study of memory  The Conversation - CanadaResearch milestones in the study of memory may help us find solutions to memory disorders like Alzheimer's or recovery from brain trauma.

Common Food Additives Have Been Linked To Anxiety And Behavior Changes - IFLScience

Common Food Additives Have Been Linked To Anxiety And Behavior Changes  IFLScienceNeuroscientists at Georgia State University have found a link between common food additives and anxious changes in behavior in mice, as reported in the jou.

Researchers Identify a 2-Minute Trick That Stops You Craving Fatty Foods - ScienceAlert

Researchers Identify a 2-Minute Trick That Stops You Craving Fatty Foods  ScienceAlertEasy Trick to Stop Unhealthy Food Cravings Through Smell Revealed by Scientists  NewsweekDiet trick: smell fatty food for two minutes to end cravings  NEWS.com.auView full coverage on Google News