ABC - Health South Asian, African-born women at greater risk of stillbirth in Australia: study 2017-06-26T00:00:34.000000000+10:00 Mothers' ethnicities should should change the way they are monitored in their final weeks of pregnancy, researchers say, with South Asian-born women 27 per cent more likely to experience a stillbirth than their Australian-born counterparts. Northern Tasmanian neurologist quits, leaving patients to part-timers 2017-06-25T15:48:45.000000000+10:00 The State Government insists Dr Kurien Koshy's resignation from the Launceston General Hospital is to "advance his career" in Melbourne, not because he raised concerns that were ignored. Beginner surfer takes out Australian Adaptive title 2017-06-25T15:35:32.000000000+10:00 A silver-medallist Paralympian wins the women's title at the Australian Adaptive Surfing competition, just 24 hours after she tried surfing for the first time. Health Minister Michael Ferguson 2017-06-25T14:48:13.000000000+10:00 Parkinson's no barrier to cyclist's 2,400km ride 2017-06-25T11:54:49.000000000+10:00 The tremble of Parkinson's disease as he gripped the handlebars was not going to stop keen cyclist Kevin Weeks riding from Adelaide to Rockhampton in just over three weeks. Charity takes your unwanted hotel toiletries to give to the homeless 2017-06-25T10:52:32.000000000+10:00 A Sydney woman sets up a charity to put all the unwanted hotel toiletries and inflight sleep kits into packs for homeless people in shelters who cannot rely on having basic essentials like a toothbrush. Antibiotic allergy tests helping stop spread of superbugs 2017-06-24T10:04:11.000000000+10:00 Hundreds of patients who thought they were allergic to penicillin, perhaps from a childhood experience, are given the all-clear thanks to doctors at Victoria's first antibiotic allergy testing centre. My eccentric uncle: Likely autistic, a brilliant man who was shunned by family and died alone 2017-06-24T09:20:31.000000000+10:00 It is likely my uncle John was on the autism spectrum. He had talents, possibly immense ones, but also eccentricities. It was the latter most people saw, and so the former were overlooked, neglected and eventually fell into disuse, Mary Lloyd writes. Why are eating disorders in men and boys going unnoticed? 2017-06-24T07:09:34.000000000+10:00 Male stereotypes are impacting on anorexia nervosa diagnosis, experts warn, with an increasing number of boys suffering from the eating disorder. A male experience of anorexia nervosa 2017-06-24T07:09:34.000000000+10:00 George Skoufis was 19 when he developed anorexia nervosa. He told The Drum his story, once kept secret from friends and family, about how it began and his journey to recovery.