There is new hope for the fight against breast cancer as Griffith Health Institute (GHI) research aims to target the disease with immune-based therapies.
General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA) is calling on all parties to commit to building general practice with a list of reccomendations and calls for action in five key areas.
An international team, including scientist from The University of Queensland and the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, have published work that could help treat and prevent a wide range of cancers.
Researchers in Adelaide are conducting the biggest Type 1 diabetes Study in the southern hemisphere and are recruiting new mothers in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia
Australia’s biggest health union, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF), has renewed calls for major political parties and key independents to make aged care an election issue.
Cancer Council Australia has called for the next Australian Government to introduce a National Bowel Screening Program and help save 35,000 lives over the next four decades.
Research carried out in the United States and published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests labour induction could increase risk of autism.
Osteoarthritis after knee surgery will be a thing of the past if researcher Dr Jay Ebert from The University of Western Australia is successful.
A review of antipsychotic medicine use in residential aged care facilities will be carried out by NPS MedicineWise and Webstercare.
AMA President, Dr Steve Hambleton, has welcomed the focus on the health of Aboriginal men with the release of the blueprint Male Health Futures for Generational Change.
Researchers at the University of Queensland are at the forefront of a ground-breaking study that has found people susceptible to psychiatric disorders have genetic similarities.
A Culturally Responsive Palliative Care Community Education project has been launched in Victoria by the Minister for Health David Davis.
A University of Queensland-led research collaboration investigating the health of more than 14,000 Australian Defence Force (ADF) members shows high levels of post-traumatic stress disorder in Middle East Veterans.
People exposed to extreme stress from naturual disasters and sporting events are at greater risk of heart attack, according to a study led by the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Research Institute.
A landmark report co-authored by researchers from Sydney University's Brain and Mind Research Institute into mental health reform in Australia has found little change in the past 30 years.