New cases of liver cancer in Australia more than doubled between 1990 and 2015.
Laced with electronic fibres coated with medication, this futuristic bandage can be activated by a smartphone.
It is fever, rather than another underlying issue, that is causing defects during pregnancy.
The Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme (PBS) medicines in hospitals program enables hospital access to PBS funding in some capacity in most states and territories. Adoption by NSW and the ACT would cement this landmark program.
Taking vitamin D together with standard asthma medication could halve the risk of severe asthma attacks.
A call to replace cigarettes with e-cigarettes has been made, following research showing thousands of lives could be saved.
Contrary to earlier beliefs, MRI is safe for cardiac electronic devices, according to new research.
New research has found apps could provide safe and accessible interventions for millions of people.
Developed in the US, an E-triage tool is providing more accurate ESI allocation.
Research into depression in children has revealed alarming results.
Heart attack and stroke victims who cease low-dose, long-term aspiring treatment are at increased risk of a repeat event.
Any type of physical activity, done regularly, significantly reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
The impact has been particularly beneficial in the area of preventative medicine.
The common brain chemical serotonin may be contributing to sudden infant death syndrome.
In December, HPV screening will replace Pap smears, aligning with evidence from Australia's largest clinical trial.
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