A new partnership aims to supercharge the development of new vaccines.

Researchers are working on a new technique that could turn breast cancer cells into harmless fat cells.

A new trial will see palliative care patients treated with psilocybin to reduce anxiety about their deaths.

New research has investigated how our brains turn experiences into memory.

Research shows more baby boomers are hitting the booze at risky levels.

Bupa has seen its ninth aged care home sanctioned in 12 months over ‘severe risk’ to residents.

Experts say all infants should have egg and peanuts introduced to their diet in their first year of life.

A new study found six out of ten ‘nicotine-free’ e-cigarette liquids in fact contained nicotine.

The Tasmanian Health Service (THS) has been criticised for sending staff oversees to recruit new workers.

Researchers have taught artificial intelligence to identify rare genetic syndromes from photos of the face.

The Federal Government has announced a $47 million funding renewal for youth mental health service headspace.

The Australian Medical Association says attempts to control syphilis in remote communities have been a “total failure”.

The new federal aged care watchdog has been launched.

Ansell is investigating allegations one of its major suppliers is abusing worker rights.

Experts say an organ donor ‘opt-out only’ policy could mean fewer transplants.

Research has found Irish soil thought to have medicinal properties appears to carry superbug-busting potential.

Experts hope new investigations into ancient DNA can enable the return of Aboriginal remains to the lands from which they came.

An inquiry has found patients’ personal details have been used to steal drugs in Queensland hospitals.

More funds have been provided for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of dementia.

Safe work authorities are investigating violence and aggression in community health care services.

The Federal Government has announced an over $500 million increase in aged care funding.

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