Harmful body fat could increase the risk of dementia and stroke.

Activewear giant Lorna Jane has been fined $5 million for claiming its clothes prevent the transmission of COVID-19.

Scientists have reacted to the decision to offer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to teenagers.

Thirty years of progress has been made in the understanding and treatment of the soil-dwelling melioidosis disease.

The ongoing COVID-19 lockdown in NSW has seen an increase in demand for domestic violence services.

New research suggests the human brain handles maths completely differently when it is younger.

A new study suggests regular physical activity in the classroom might improve student learning.

Researchers in the US are working on artificial ‘imagination’.

While the COVID-19 pandemic saw a rise in research and clinical trials, experts say cracks are beginning to emerge.

Scientists have successfully converted a paralysed man’s brain waves into speech.

Alcohol is Australia’s leading drug for requiring publicly-funded specialty treatment.

The Australian Medical Association wants “urgent” action to address high smoking rates in the Northern Territory.

Victoria is setting up a new ‘innovation precinct’.

Doctors say ongoing negotiations are putting health services in regional SA at risk.

Experts have reacted to the latest change in COVID-19 vaccine advice.

The World Health Organization has made new recommendations on human genome editing.

The NDIS Minister says the proposed independent assessments model is “dead”.

Reports say former PM Kevin Rudd has been central in the bringing forward of Australia's Pfizer vaccine supply.

Queensland researchers have discovered how a rare genetic mutation can cause epilepsy.

Australian researchers are working on an instant COVID sensor to prevent outbreaks and protect communities.

Experts say Australia’s dengue fever risk area is growing.

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