A US Nobel Prize winner was told of China’s gene-edited babies 7 months before it was announced to the public.

The Tasmanian Government wants a new private health organisation to operate the Hobart Private Hospital.

Doctors warn that a hospital funding crisis is putting patients at risk.

Regular use of aspirin or ibuprofen could help patients with head and neck cancer.

Researchers have found significant levels of the neurotoxin BMAA in NSW water supplies.

The federal government has committed $3 million to help to prevent young people from taking their own lives.

Paediatrician and children's rights advocate Sue Packer has been named the 2019 Senior Australian of the Year.

Two breakthrough psoriasis drugs have been listed on the PBS.

Authorities recommend everyone apply sunscreen daily as part of a regular morning routine.

New research suggests endometrial scratching in IVF is painful and pointless.

Experts have offered some high-tech suggestions for the My Health Record system.

A new study has found a decline in Golden Staph infections in hospitals, but a rise in infections acquired outside hospitals.

A new plan seeks to stop disabled people being segregated from mainstream life by physical barriers.

Experts say the military can wage war on global health issues.

The aged care royal commission has begun, and families of victims are being urged to bravely speak up.

The Chinese scientist who claimed to have edited the genes of twin babies could face the death penalty.

Australian researchers have found a way to control the virus which causes infection after transplants.

Experts say smartphones come with some major risks, ergonomically speaking.

A new study has found the strongest opponents to GM food think they know the most, but tend to know the least.

A new partnership aims to supercharge the development of new vaccines.

Researchers are working on a new technique that could turn breast cancer cells into harmless fat cells.

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