A study has found that a majority of Australian children with mental health disorders are not accessing care.

A senior Queensland Health bureaucrat appears to have been caught criticising the state’s $1.5 billion digital upgrade.

A national survey has found 47 per cent of Year 10-12 students have engaged in sexual intercourse.

The Queensland Government is funding a mobile health screening service for coal workers.

An immune therapy drug could be used to delay diabetes by several years.

Official figures suggest the change from Pap smear tests to human papillomavirus (HPV) testing has been effective.

Experts say communication is key to reducing stillbirth in migrant and refugee communities.

Researchers say the internet may be changing our brains.

This week’s Queensland budget will see hundreds of patient aides made permanent.

A gynaecologist and inventor of transvaginal mesh devices has been found guilty of professional misconduct.

A Melbourne gardener has launched legal action against Monsanto in Australia’s first Roundup lawsuit.

The Murdoch Institute has signed a deal with a US-based biotech company to create ‘bioprinted tissue’.

Flu cases this year are occurring at a rate three to four times higher than normal.

ANZ has sold its Australian life insurance business for $2.85 billion.

Experts say doctors should not be afraid of opioid therapy for terminally ill patients.

Labor's first Aboriginal spokesperson for indigenous Australians wants efforts to reduce indigenous suicide.

Reforms to set up the new centralised Services Australia agency have been signed.

Research has confirmed the gut-brain connection in autism.

Australian research has identified two new potential therapies for childhood and common cancers.

Tasmania's health system is severely compromising patient safety, the state's auditor-general says.

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