New findings by researchers at the UBC Faculty of Medicine are set to change international treatment recommendations for people with newly diagnosed HIV.
All eyes are firmly fixed on the 100+ vaccine candidates currently competing to tackle COVID-19.
When infection control strategies aren't watertight, bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites can spread like wildfire.
The combination of rarely cleaned devices and a days-long infection window means that healthcare facilities need to take special care when it comes to managing devices.
With hospitals being at the forefront of fighting COVID-19, pressure has mounted on hospital food operations to find new ways of feeding hungry employees (and visitors).
An innovative air disinfection stick-on filter that can be integrated into all kinds of HVAC systems and kill up to 99.9% viruses and bacteria has been launched by NCH Asia Pacific.
Learning from collective experiences will help public health units improve infection prevention and disease control responses and plans in future pandemics.
CSIRO researchers have found that SARS-CoV-2 can survive for up to 28 days on common surfaces including banknotes, glass and stainless steel.
A Your Fertility survey reveals that most Australians are unaware of how early their fertility starts to decline, with many placing too much faith in IVF as a backup measure.
In response to increased demand for autonomous cleaning solutions, Nilfisk has added to its portfolio of autonomous solutions.
Gene and cell therapy are two emerging technologies offering new hope to patients with diseases where no treatments have been available in the past.
Australia's 'No Jab, No Pay' policy has been linked to substantial catch-up vaccination activity.
After significant research and development, Gentec has launched a range of healthcare basins specifically designed to prevent infections by offsetting the drain hole.
Victoria's COVID-19 regulation will need to recognise the various personality types of its population to ensure widespread behavioural compliance and keep case numbers south of pre-Christmas targets.
The National Strategic Action Plan for Blood Cancer aims to unite Australia towards the goal of zero lives lost to blood cancer by 2035.