Researchers at the University of Adelaide are working with international partners to train sniffer dogs to detect COVID-19.
One in three of us is walking around with untreated tooth decay, while one in four has periodontal disease with periodontal pockets 4 mm or deeper.
Veolia has been collecting, transporting and treating clinical waste streams generated at the COVID-19 testing site at Melbourne Showgrounds.
A new online program has been launched to ensure pharmacists are well placed to manage pain.
UNSW academics have released a 3D visualisation of soap destroying the coronavirus to remind Australians that simply washing your hands can help stem the pandemic.
A treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and bowel disease could allow people with coeliac disease to eat gluten without consequences.
New South Wales (NSW) may be just steps behind Victoria's worsening COVID-19 crisis unless rigorous infection control measures are maintained.
Injuries sustained in a car accident left Mary in intense pain — she was eventually diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome.
Australians suffering with chronic pain have reported a worsening in their relationship with their GP and pharmacist over the past two years, according to the National Pain Survey 2020.
Dual pandemics — what will COVID-19 mean for hepatitis C elimination? is an online event that will discuss the immense challenges COVID-19 brings to hepatitis C elimination.
This National Pain Week — running from 27 July to 2 August — aims to bust some of the myths and stigma surrounding chronic pain.
The treatment combines a state-of-the-art MRI imaging scanner and a linear accelerator to allow treatment specialists to see tumours and adapt treatment in real time.
Researchers have called for the revision of Australian birthweight charts to improve diagnosis of babies that are small for their gestational age.
Early results from non-replicating viral vector vaccines being trialled in the UK and China reveal strong immune responses in most patients, with few adverse side effects.