A recent study investigated whether more Australian kids would try cannabis if it was legalised.

Victorian public schools are offering free pads and tampons to students.

The Closing the Gap goals have been changed.

South Australian public hospitals have been accused of failing to deliver appropriate and acceptable care to patients with disabilities.

A new study has again shown that fluoridated water is linked to fewer cases of severe tooth cavities.

SA Water has been testing for COVID-19 in wastewater.

Many companies have moved over to making hand sanitiser during COVID-19, and regulators want to make sure they are doing it correctly.

A comprehensive study of vaccine safety has concluded, once again, that vaccines are ‘remarkably safe’.

An Italian surgeon has successfully performed remote surgery on a cadaver 15 kilometres away.

Australian flu cases appear to have dropped by more than 99 per cent during COVID-19 lockdowns.

New modelling of World War II typhus infections reveals how public health interventions eradicated the disease.

The human gut is known as the ‘second brain’, and scientists are discovering how it communicates.

New research suggests many older Australians are drinking at risky levels, and the wealthy are drinking more than most.

New methods are being developed to more accurately diagnose Parkinson’s disease.

Hundreds of prominent Australians have signed a letter calling for efforts to solve the biggest challenges facing humanity.

A new meta-analysis has found no long-term link between violent video games and youth aggression.

There is a push to save a cancer triage hotline service in Tasmania.

Authorities have warned rubber gloves vital in the fight against COVID-19 could have been made by slaves.

Mobile phone data has been used to accurately predict personality traits.

Healthcare providers are concerned for the future of Medicare-backed telehealth.

Army personnel will help Victoria bolster its paramedic numbers as coronavirus continues to spread.

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