An expert group is calling for the planet to come together and develop a strategy for human survival.

A new study has found heat takes a toll on mental health.

A new deal should see more than 100 million surgical masks produced by a South Australian company.

Townsville health authorities may soon declare an outbreak of dengue fever in the city.

The Federal Government is expanding Medicare-subsidised telehealth services.

A new study has found that a mother’s gut bugs can affect their baby’s food allergies.

One of Australia's biggest life insurers is trying to avoid payouts to customers who die from COVID-19, including frontline doctors.

A Queensland public hospital service is being sued over alleged medical negligence.

Scientists have discovered that cells inject each other, which could open a new line of attack on cancer.

A NSW council will soon ask its community whether it wants to remove fluoride from the public water supply.

Victorian hospitals are now under strict visitor limits to protect patients and staff.

New analysis suggests coal miners are being exposed to more harmful dust than previously believed.

Authorities are auditing the critical care capacity of hospitals nationwide.

Both the federal and Queensland governments are pouring more money into research for a COVID-19 vaccine.

The first ever genetic map of the cerebral cortex has been produced with the help of Australian researchers.

A high-tech study of teeth has exposed ancient gender inequality in China.

A British study has found young vapers are less likely to try cigarettes later.

Queensland researchers say they have reached their funding goal for clinical trials of a possible COVID-19 vaccine.

A study in monkeys has found they do not develop a coronavirus infection the second time they are exposed, suggesting plasma from recovered patients could be a treatment for COVID-19.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for a 40 per cent increase in PPE for healthcare workers.

Australia’s Closing the Gap policy has been dubbed a “medical response to what is effectively a political problem”, amid calls for stronger efforts.

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