Month: August 2018

Making Australia care about ‘silent epidemic’

August 28, 2018

Image copyright Syl Freedman Image caption Lesley (L) and Syl Freedman’s petition for a medication drew a massive response Australia recently launched its first “national action plan” targeting endometriosis. It followed the advocacy of many – not least a mother and daughter who used viral success to fuel a wider conversation, writes Gary Nunn in […]

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Cruise ship rescue: How to survive for 10 hours in the water

August 20, 2018

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption‘I am very lucky to be alive’ A British woman has survived for 10 hours in the sea off the coast of Croatia after falling from the back of a cruise ship. The 46-year-old was alone and 60 miles from shore when she was rescued and taken […]

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