Cardiovascular disease fact sheet: prevalence of stroke in Western Australia

Cardiovascular disease fact sheet: prevalence of stroke in Western Australia

released: 29 Sep 2015 author: AIHW This fact sheet presents the prevalence of stroke in Western Australia in 2010—that is, the number of people who had at least 1 hospital admission for stroke in the previous 10 years and were still alive on 30 June 2010. ISBN 978-1-74249-828-7; Cat. no. CVD 73; 2pp.; Internet only Publication Publication table of contents Stroke in Western Australia What is in this fact sheet? Who has strokes? Fast facts References Acknowledgments Verso details Recommended citation AIHW 2015. Cardiovascular disease fact sheet: prevalence of stroke…

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Victory or bust for Muscat’s men in Korea

Victory or bust for Muscat’s men in Korea

MELBOURNE Victory will have to create history in more ways than one if they are to make the Asian Champions League quarter finals. The A-League giant takes on Jeonbuk Motors in South Korea on Tuesday night hoping to keep what is already a club-record Champions League run alive. But Victory is still yet to win away from home in 15 attempts in the ACL. And while a draw in which both teams score two goals or more would be enough to see it through on the away goals rule in…

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EgyptAir flight MS804: What we know so far

EgyptAir flight MS804: What we know so far

Updated May 22, 2016 00:28:31 Gallery: Debris from EgyptAir flight MS804 French experts have confirmed that smoke was detected in the cabin of an EgyptAir plane that crashed into the eastern Mediterranean carrying 66 people, but what brought it down remains a mystery. Here’s what we know so far about the crash: What happened to MS804? EgyptAir flight MS804 disappeared off the radar at 10.29am AEST on Thursday while flying over the eastern Mediterranean en route from Paris to Cairo. The Airbus A320, which was carrying 56 passengers and 10…

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Smashing hip hop's sexist cliches, artist Urthboy pays tribute to his mother in song

Smashing hip hop's sexist cliches, artist Urthboy pays tribute to his mother in song

Updated May 06, 2016 21:22:08 Photo: Urthboy (Tim Levinson) and his mother Kerrie Levinson (Monique Schafter) When it comes to lyrics, hip hop has its fair share of misogyny and sexist cliches, but Australian artist, Urthboy, otherwise known as Tim Levinson, is turning those stereotypes upside-down with his latest album. It is a record celebrating the women in his life, featuring a very special song dedicated to his mum. The song, Daughter Of The Light, references the motto of the Sydney school that his mother, Kerrie Levinson, attended as a…

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