We recognise the importance of nutrition and exercise to well-being, but how does art affect health? This is the question PhD candidate Christina Davies at The University of Western Australia is asking.
The Australian Diagnostic and Imaging Association (ADIA) is lobbying government to ensure Medicare covers the cost of MRIs to help with the detection and treatment of prostate cancer.
A world first bringing together research into sleep, nutrition and exercise has been launched at Monash University today.
Surgeons at Westmead Private Hospital in Sydney have conducted the first ever single site robotic hystectomy procedure.
As of today, Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) will allign with Queensland Health, following recommendations handed down in the Keelty Review.
Scientists at University of Adelaide have made advances in the understanding gastric reflux, and how patients experience pain from it.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is proving to be effective in treating anxiety and depression in older Australians, according to research by Macquarie University.
Queensland Health is investing in improving the knowledge and skills of rural and remote nurses.
The WA State Government has announced the capacity of its new children’s hospital has been increased from 274 beds to 298 beds in order to meet the revised demand forecast for 2021.
[caption id="attachment_5001" align="alignright" width="200"] Testing Engineer David Truett in CSIRO's acoustic laboratory.[/caption]
An international team of scientists including a strong Australian contingent has made a key discovery in new research to help find the cause and cure of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
The Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control (ACIPC) is today issuing a challenge from the launch of its annual conference: Prepare for a world without antibiotics.
The new Pathways Laboratory at Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre will be Western Australia's hub for diagnostic services, providing advanced testing 24 hours a dya.
An innovative primary health care project run by student nurses in Western Australia will offer support services to people in need.