10 Signs You Need To Replace Your Windows

No doubt, it is impossible to talk to your home, but it gives you some clear signs when something is wrong with it. However, your home windows can be communicative, and they better explain what they...

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Need a doctor at your home? Here are your options

There are many valid reasons that health experts make home visits. It is a fact that many family doctors are concerned about repayments if they make too many home visits. This matter regulates diffe...

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We found the world's oldest asteroid strike in Western Australia. It might have triggered a global thaw

The ancient landscape at Yarrabubba preserves traces of the world’s oldest known asteroid impact. ShutterstockThe world’s oldest remaining asteroid crater is at a place called Yarrabubba, ...

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Scientists hate to say 'I told you so'. But Australia, you were warned

Without a radical change of course on climate change, Australians will struggle to survive on this continent, let alone thrive. AAP/Dave HuntThose who say “I told you so” are rarely welcom...

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The science backs Harry and Meghan turning in their royal privilege. Fame and fortune aren't the keys to happiness

If you’ve ever dreamt of fame and fortune, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle turning their backs on the royal lifestyle might seem churlish. So too their desire to be “financially ...

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New year, new strategy? Unheralded change to budget targets creates space for stimulus

In public, the government is crab-walking away from its commitment to a budget surplus, saying since the bushfires that other things have become more important. Asked directly on Tuesday whether he w...

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I’m taking antibiotics – how do I know I've been prescribed the right ones?

Not all antibiotics kill all types of bacteria. fizkes/ShutterstockIn the days before antibiotics, deaths from bacterial infections were common. Seemingly minor illnesses could escalate in severity, b...

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Bushfire education is too abstract. We need to get children into the real world

Children and young people have been deeply impacted by the current bushfire crisis. Schools have been destroyed and thousands of houses have burnt down. Hazardous air pollution is causing major public...

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Juries need to be told how they're allowed to use the internet to ensure fair trials

We can't stop jurors accessing the internet, but we can educate them and encourage self-regulation. from www.shutterstock.comJuries are supposed to consider evidence without influence or bias from th...

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Sick and Tired of Your Dead End Job? Try Teaching!

Tired of the same old grind at the office? Want an opportunity to impact lives both in your community and around the world? Do you love to travel and have new experiences? Teaching English is the perfect job for you! All you need is a willingness to ...

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The Impact of an Aging Population in Australia

There’s an issue on the horizon that Australia needs to prepare for. The portion of elderly citizens that make up the country’s overall population is increasing, and we might not have the infrastructure in place to support this. Australians h...

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