Let there be light: more accurate blood pressure measure uses light pulses
Researchers find home treatment as good as in hospital in terms of safety, cost and patient satisfaction.
A cure to diabetes is one step closer, with scientists exploring insulin-secreting skin cells.
A urine test may offer more definitive evidence of GHB, supporting law enforcement.
Researchers testing medical marijuana on epilepsy have found it can adversely interact with antiepileptic drugs.
Countless patients suffering from invasive fungal infections will benefit from new diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.
A day in the life of Jason Seet, an Infectious Diseases/Critical Care Pharmacist at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, WA.
Many clinical trials are finding that aspirin can slow or prevent cancer.
These new biomaterials may help young cancer patients and aid in wound healing.
A woman's stomach pain had an unusual source.
This is the first time in 30 years that a substantial breakthrough has been made in triple negative cancer treatment.
Health practitioners should encourage pregnant women to update relevant vaccines.
Prima non nocere — new strategies are needed to eliminate preventable healthcare-associated infections04 August, 2017 by Professor Lyn Gilbert*
It is estimated that 5–10% of hospital inpatients develop healthcare-associated infections (HAI), many of which are preventable.
A steroid treatment for a common kidney condition has been linked to serious side effects.
$16m invested for the national rollout of real-time prescription monitoring to prevent misuse and loss of life.
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