A new study suggests the 2014 Hazelwood mine fire led to a spike in doctor visits by Latrobe Valley residents.

New South Wales paramedics face dozens of assaults each year ...

Public hospitals may not be ready for treat the one million adults living with clinically severe obesity.

Six people with severe spinal cord injuries have regained the use of their hands and fingers through a non-invasive spinal stimulation technique.

Australian researchers have developed a state-of-the-art sensor that can detect signalling molecules in the living brain.

The Federal Government is scrapping a Medicare levy hike intended to pour billions into the NDIS.

Australia has the highest reported rates of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in the world, and the rate is rising.

A new centre dedicated to advanced medical 3D-printing has been launched this week.

A British man’s ‘super-gonorrhoea’ has been cured, but two more cases have popped up in Australia.

All aged-care homes have been instructed to offer their staff a flu vaccination.

Water restrictions in Katherine will stay for several more years, with progress on a solution to PFAS contamination still a long way off.

The SA Government has announced Christopher McGowan will take over the lead role at SA Health.

All Australian states are now offering free flu jabs to children under five, with South Australia becoming the last to get on board.

A CSIRO firm has secured funding for its advanced video telehealth platform.

Nationals leader Michael McCormack wants a new regional medical school to help address rural doctor shortages.

The University of Queensland is looking into claims that its researchers have promoted an alleged cult ...

Free blood tests are being offered after the discovery of potentially toxic PFAS chemicals in drinking water in northern Australia.

A $200 million Digital Health CRC has been launched to improve the use of data in the health system.

A new agreement will see Australians prescribed medicinal cannabis get access within two days.

Australia is joining a global initiative tracking progress on health and climate change.

Queensland health services have been granted over $6 million to help close the gaps between medical research and the delivery of healthcare.

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