A program to text young people at risk of STI infection may have had the opposite effect than intended.

Claims of workplace issues have emerged from a troubled Queensland DNA lab.

Metal compounds could be the answer to the growing problem of drug-resistant fungal infections.

Australian scientists are challenging the research and funding community to develop better treatments for debilitating mental health conditions.

An experimental brain cancer drug has been fast-tracked in clinical trials.

The global population with Type 1 Diabetes could double by 2040.

The SA Government has announced it will double the number of graduate nurses joining SA Health.

The NSW Government has not taken up a recommendation to decriminalise low-level use of illicit drugs.

A new survey shows Queensland’s junior doctors are increasingly concerned that overwork and fatigue may lead to mistakes.

Two senior staff members at Queensland's state-run forensic crime laboratory have been stood down after ...

Australians are pioneering a powerful new genome editing technique.

Research suggests deep brain stimulation can halve symptoms of severe OCD.

Chinese scientists have created a face mask that can alert the wearer if they have been exposed to viruses.

The federal government says it will spend an extra $1.4 billion to help healthcare providers and the aged care sector deal with ...

A review has found that after 21 years, Sydney's supervised injecting centre is a success.

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a common and effective painkiller for use in childbirth, but it is a greenhouse gas, and experts are trying to reduce its environmental impact.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is strongly advising against antibody treatments for COVID-19.

Researchers say a video-based programme helped kids cut the kilos during lockdown.

The WA Government has made an improved wages offer for public sector workers.

New research brings the scientific world closer to making stem cells from a patient’s adult cells, rather than human embryos.

‘Resident ambassadors’ in aged care settings could reduce incidences of violence and aggression...

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