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Featured listing

Mentone Educational

Mentone Educational

Anatomical Models and Educational Supplies

Springvale VIC 3171

Mentone Educational Centre started selling medical teaching aids in 1979 and now stocks the largest range of anatomical models and charts in Australia.
Simulation aids
Medical aids
Training aids
Health education products More....


Health news

Regular visits to a GP reduce risk of hospitalisation and death following heart attack

Regular visits to a GP reduce risk of hospitalisation and death following heart attack

The important role GPs play in providing care for patients following heart attacks has been highlighted in a new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare  More...

Obesity intervention needed before pregnancy

Obesity intervention needed before pregnancy

New research from the University of Adelaide's Robinson Research Institute supports the need for dietary and lifestyle interventions before overweight and obese women become pregnant.  More...

Move It Aus Gives Seniors a Sporting Chance for Better Ageing

Move It Aus Gives Seniors a Sporting Chance for Better Ageing

Sports Minister Bridget McKenzie and Senior Australians and Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt AM today launched the Move It Aus Better Ageing - a new $22.9 million grants program - to be managed by Sport Australia.  More...

International Snakebite Awareness Day

International Snakebite Awareness Day

University of Melbourne researchers were proud partners in the launch of International Snakebite Awareness Day on 19 September, which aims to raise awareness of the global scale of snakebite injuries and to highlight ways they can be prevented.  More...

AMA Position Statement on Health and Care of Older People 2018

AMA Position Statement on Health and Care of Older People 2018

Elder abuse - physical, psychological, and financial abuse and neglect of older people - is likely to rise as Australia’s population ages, the AMA says in a new Position Statement.  More...

New report: Melbourne Consortium gears up to fight the big bugs and the big diseases

New report: Melbourne Consortium gears up to fight the big bugs and the big diseases

Global Health Alliance is focused on shining a light on the better use of antibiotics and other antimicrobials. A forthcoming survey done in 300 Australian hospitals will show that the rationale for prescribing the antimicrobial is often not documented and one-third of prescriptions are not compliant with treatment guidelines.  More...

Research: Improved head control for babies

Research: Improved head control for babies

Physiotherapist Liz Williams has created a fact sheet for new parents to help them avoid what she said could and should be an avoidable condition: plagiocephaly, or flat-headedness.  More...

Radio programming: could it improve the lives of older Australians?

Radio programming: could it improve the lives of older Australians?

New research is being undertaken to better understand how and why older people listen to the radio, what they are listening to and how this might be related to their wellbeing.?  More...