ABC - Health Gastro outbreak hits more than 50 Brisbane childcare centres 2017-08-24T12:26:12.000000000+10:00 If you thought things were bad with the flu, brace yourselves because Brisbane is also in the grip of a gastroenteritis outbreak with dozens of childcare centres and nursing homes affected. 'No sympathy' for GPs under investigation for helping anti-vax parents 2017-08-24T08:46:31.000000000+10:00 Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says he is astonished by allegations some doctors have "stooped to the level of the anti-vaccination movement" by helping families get around compulsory vaccinations for their children. Outback mobile mental health service fights for funding 2017-08-24T08:18:54.000000000+10:00 A one-of-a-kind mobile mental health service in remote far-north Queensland seeks funding to continue helping farmers doing it tough. Crispian Jones, psychologist 2017-08-24T08:18:54.000000000+10:00 MP tearful over father's diagnosis as Queensland passes new black lung laws 2017-08-24T07:12:27.000000000+10:00 After losing her grandfather to black lung, Labor MP Jo-Ann Miller breaks down in Queensland Parliament revealing her father has also been diagnosed with the disease, as new laws are passed. Tearful Miller reveals father's black lung diagnosis 2017-08-24T07:06:57.000000000+10:00 Former Queensland police minister Jo-Ann Miller spoke through tears in Parliament when she shared that he father had black lung. How do we stay motivated when exercising is a slog? 2017-08-24T07:00:00.000000000+10:00 Every year thousands of Australians take out gym memberships, but even the best-laid plans to get fit don't often last. Here's why. Government accused of defying Senate over medicinal cannabis 2017-08-23T22:35:30.000000000+10:00 An email obtained by the ABC shows the Government appearing to warn medicinal cannabis importers against supplying their product to terminally ill patients, in defiance of a June Senate ruling Professor Ann Roche says there is a higher level of "risky drinking" among older age groups than seen previously 2017-08-23T16:03:35.000000000+10:00 Young people usually get the blame for binge drinking, but Australian health experts say it's their parents and grandparents who are abusing drugs and alcohol at an alarming rate. Royal Darwin Hospital shuts down day surgery to manage spike in emergency patients 2017-08-23T15:24:06.000000000+10:00 The hospital has never before been forced to shut down day surgeries in order to accommodate overnight emergency patients, numbers of which are spiking due to infections, the flu, tourism and an ageing population.