The NT Government says the Ranger Uranium Mine in Kakadu is not responsible for a nearby cancer cluster.

The health star rating for 100-per-cent no-added-sugar juices has been cut.

Experts and regulators are questioning claims made about the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

A new paper could upend 20 years of thinking on how stem cells protect their DNA.

The ACCC wants input on Google’s proposed acquisition of Fitbit.

Psychologists say overcoming stigma is needed to treat the recognised mental health condition of ‘hoarding’.

Experts have published the best available high-quality evidence about interventions for children on the autism spectrum.

Australian researchers have again improved the technology for 3D-printing human organs.

A new survey has found half of all truckies are suffering psychological distress.

SA Health data shows Port Pirie lead levels are some of the highest on record.

The perceived healthiness of orange juice is on trial.

Authorities are fighting to improve a significant drop in cervical cancer screening rates.

Research suggests “speaking up” could improve professionalism in healthcare.

Green tea and some high-tech materials could make gene therapy more affordable.

Victoria has announced a $1.6 billion package for extra disability support in public schools.

A new scheme will see medical schools stripped of Commonwealth-supported places ...

Researchers have developed a neuron-growing ink that uses the body’s electrical signals to guide nerve cells.

The Productivity Commission says mental illness costs the Australian economy $220 billion each year.

NSW, Victoria and ACT will soon test a combined, decentralised contact tracing system.

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says a local COVID-19 vaccine is so far proving “safe and effective”, based on phase 1 trials.

Billions of dollars will be spent on Victoria’s largest ever public housing construction blitz.

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