Experts have revived their push for a sugary drink tax.

A study of 62 men suggests drinking may make them more persistent in their demands for sex.

Viagra is being tested as a treatment to reduce foetal distress for birthing mothers.

Two leading South Australian hospitals have been put on notice to fix concerning workloads and their "lacking and unsettling" governance structure for interns.

A new study has found a range of common household chemicals are making people sick.

Medical booking service HealthEngine has revealed a data breach.

The likelihood of Indigenous Australians having two or more chronic health conditions is 2.6 times higher than for non-Indigenous Australians.

A Senate committee has recommended a move towards three-parent IVF.

The national redress scheme for victims of child sexual abuse is now open.

Australia has emerged victorious from a major trade dispute over tobacco packaging laws.

Experts want tighter regulations on stem cell therapy amid concerns Australians are paying millions for treatments that may not work.

If something goes wrong with a mouse limb during development, placenta slows the growth of the rest to keep them even.

The NSW Government says it cannot ban toxic PFAS chemicals.

Reports say HealthEngine - Australia’s largest online doctor booking service – has funnelled users' private medical information to law firms.

A new code of conduct has been outlined for retirement villages in NSW.

Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) has launched a free e-learning portal to educate healthcare professionals.

A targeted vaccine program has helped close a health gap for Indigenous kids.

Mount Isa children are still living with dangerously high levels of lead in their blood.

New research has uncovered why individuals with schizophrenia may have difficulties perceiving emotions.

The Department of Defence has been slammed at a community meeting in Katherine over the PFAS chemical contamination scandal.

A new research project will focus on what to do with the first clinical cases in future pandemics.

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