Month Archives: July 2018


Getting the temperature just right helps people with dementia stay cool

Written by: Paul Cooper, Senior Professor and Director of the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC), University of Wollongong There are currently no rules to ensure that aged-care facilities provide a comfortable indoor environment. University of Wollongong, CC BY-SAEveryone knows how...


When is it OK to call an ambulance?

Written by: Bill Lord, Associate Professor in Paramedicine, University of the Sunshine Coast When would you call 000 for an ambulance? When a fall results in a nasty fracture? Concern that labour is progressing so rapidly that you’ll give birth...


Iran and America: A forgotten friendship

Written by: Daniel Thomas Potts, Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and History, New York University Students at the American Memorial School, Tabriz, 1923 shahrefarang.comAs President Donald Trump’s rhetoric against Iran heats up again, it is worth recalling a time...

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