A study has found that the 2014 Hazelwood coalmine fire exposed unborn children to respiratory damage.

The key to staying sharp on nightshift may be the odd combination of coffee followed by a nap.

Scientists and cyclists have put their heads together on a new concussion recognition app.

Researchers have come up with a statistical model to fight online abuse targeting women.

The number of Australians dying from drug overdoses continues to rise.

Experts say hospitals need to better account for the use of complimentary medicine by cancer patients.

Telehealth could help rural and regional cancer patients join crucial clinical trials.

Australians labs are making crucial moves in the fight against COVID-19.

Australian experts have pioneered a technique to improve cancer treatments using fresh tumour biopsies.

Australian scientists may have discovered a new tool in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Experts say ‘Closing the Gap’ measures have failed to address racism in Australia's healthcare system.

A new ‘frailty index’ could be used to improve aged care outcomes.

Australian experts say it is important to explain the difference between palliative care and euthanasia.

Western Australia says it will put ankle monitoring bracelets on people in hotel quarantine.

Experts say school-based dementia education could deliver much needed empathy and understanding ...

The Morrison Government is claiming to have struck a deal with drug giant AstraZeneca to manufacture a COVID-19 vaccine.

NSW Health officials have been held responsible for the Ruby Princess cruise ship debacle.

Emergency medicine specialists want non-critical elderly patients moved out of hospitals.

New techniques are allowing experts to examine the broad cancer ‘ecosystem’ that supports a tumour.

Experts have produced the first clinical guidelines in Australia to improve the rehabilitation of children who have a stroke.

Experts gave suggested technology could help Australian reinforce its COVID-19 hotel quarantines.

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