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Mindanao Report

Officials of Lanao del Sur expressed hopes that the conflict in Marawi City would soon be over following the rescue over the weekend of Fr. Teresit..

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Every child should learn how to swim

New research reveals that one in three parents with children under five years of age are not taking them to swimming lessons, even though nearly a quarter said they or a family member had experienced a near drowning event

 

Learn2Swim Week Ambassador Laurie Lawrence tells us why it is important our children learn how to swim

 

23 September - 2 October is Learn2Swim Week, there are free swim classes this week

 

www.learn2swimweek.com

 

Image: Getty Images

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  • Duration06 Minutes

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Federal Government rejects renews calls for sugar tax to curb obesity

The Prime Minister has rejected renewed calls for a 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks - as more than 30 leading health groups join forces to combat obesity.

 

The alliance also called for a national obesity action plan, saying the issue now poses a greater health-risk to Australians than smoking.

 

IMAGE: The government has rejected calls for a sugar tax to curb obesity (AAP)

 

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New clinical test to personalise treatment of childhood cancers

 

 

 

 

 

Only 20 per cent of children with the rarest childhood cancers win their battles against them.

 

But a new clinical trial might have changed the game, giving doctors, children and their parents more hope than ever before.

Image: Twelve-year-old Gabe (SBS)

 

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  • Duration04 Minutes

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Victoria suffering near-record flu rates

Some Australian states are experiencing an unprecedented influenza outbreak, with Victoria among the worst hit.

 

The state's Department of Health says the epidemic may have reached its peak.

 

Influenza rates are at a near-record level in Victoria, with over 13-thousand people tested this year.

 

That's up from just over 8-thousand cases in the same period last year.

 

IMAGE: A person gets a flu jab

(AAP)

 

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  • Duration04 Minutes

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