Articles in the December issue discuss various health issues affecting school-aged children, including acne, eczema and growth disorders.
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Volume 38, No.4, April 2009 Pages 237-238
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December - The guts of it
November - Bites
October - Vision at risk
September - Hands and feet
August - Infections that last
July - Weird Skin Stuff
June - Sexual Health
May - Sleep
April - Cancer Screening
Acute otitis externaManagement by GPs in North Queensland
AFP in Practice
Accurately assessing candidates for general practice
Bowel cancer screeningA role for general practice
Breast screening and failure to diagnose breast cancer
Bridging the gap between primary care and public health
There’s cancer in the family
Cancer screening in general practice
Cancer screeningPros, cons, choice, and the patient
Early stage bowel cancerFollow up and survivorship
Giant inguinoscrotal hernia
Heart healthCHD management gaps in general practice
Impacts on clinical decision makingChanging hormone therapy management after the WHI
In the eye of the beholder
Letters to the editor
Lowering cholesterolA review on the role of plant sterols
Publish or perish?Evaluation of a writing week
Solving dental problems in general practice
Playing by the rulesSpeech pathologists’ views about patient suitability for the Enhanced Primary Care Program
March - Engaging men in health
January/February - Summer Salad
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