Tests are looking positive for a new drug to treat a form of childhood blindness.

Many patients still wait up to two years for treatment, but the Queensland Health Minister says the state’s dental waiting list is the best it has been in years.

The Health Department has launched a national clinical information system to enhance organ and tissue donation processes in Australian hospitals.

This week is National Diabetes Week, and this year’s campaign will focus on awareness and prevention of type 2 diabetes.

No matter the language or socio-economic class, a new study shows memory is the key to learning.

A new device could let women turn their fertility on and off at will.

Researchers have mapped 500 previously unknown microorganisms and 800 new bacterial viruses in the human intestine.

Australian researchers have put together a toolkit for diagnosing menopause.

Western Australian health workers will walk off the job from next week, launching industrial action after the State Government failed to make a new pay offer.

A Korean research team has demonstrated some of the incredible education opportunities provided by 3D-printed learning aids.

The outgoing Australian disability discrimination commissioner has reflected on his years in the role, the state of Australian disability support and workforce, and taken a swipe at the Federal Government.

Queensland Health is launching a study into the state’s water supply quality, looking for ways to reduce the future risk of legionella outbreak.

A new technique could allow organs to stay alive outside the body for days after being harvested.

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