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Autism interventions: testing the evidence | Raising Children Network

How do you know whether interventions for autism spectrum disorder really work and claims about them are true? Read our guide to testing the evidence.

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Swallowing and Parkinson's | Parkinson's Australia

Dysphagia is the technical term for chewing and swallowing difficulties. Systematic review of evidence estimates that dysphagia occurs in up to 80% of people with Parkinson’s. It is often unrecognised unless objectively assessed by the appropriate professionals.

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Neuropathic pain: current definition and review of drug treatment | Australian Prescriber

The definition of neuropathic pain has changed and opioids have been relegated to third-line therapy.

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Tests, treatments & procedures to question | Choosing Wisely Australia

Find out which tests, treatments or procedures clinicians & consumers should question, as recommended by Australia's peak health professional colleges & societies.

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Sensory processing interventions | Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation

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Depression - Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health

Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health is the world’s leading research and knowledge translation organisation focusing on mental ill-health in young people.

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Cannabis smoking could lead to leg amputation -

A 26-year-old cannabis smoker has become Australia's first reported case of cannabis arteritis, nearly needing an amputation in the process.

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Risk factors for lung cancer: an overview of the evidence | Cancer Australia

Risk factors for lung cancer: an overview of the evidence is Australias first comprehensive, evidence-based summary of factors related to a person

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Magnesium, a treatment for leg cramps? - NPS MedicineWise

Quinine was once standard for leg cramps but has proved to have too many adverse effects. Is magnesium an option for patients with leg cramps?

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Exercise - RECOVER Injury Research Centre - University of Queensland

Exercises for whiplash or neck pain may include specific neck exercises, shoulder exercises, active exercise, stretching, strengthening, postural, functional, kinaesthetic, eye-fixation and proprioception exercises

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