The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has provisionally approved a booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 18 years and older.
Cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) is responsible for approximately 300,000 deaths each year.
A new report calls for earlier investigation and treatment to capture all adults with risk factors for poor bone health, and adults post-fracture.
People with elevated blood pressure that falls within the normal recommended range are at risk of accelerated brain ageing, according to a study by The Australian National University.
The Murdoch Children's Research Institute and The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne are trialling a new device — Rhinomed Junior — to test children for COVID-19.
CRISPR-based COVID tests are emerging as powerful alternatives to conventional diagnostics due to their speed and simplicity.
Genomic medicine has the potential to make diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases more efficient and effective, supporting new therapeutic options.
The mobile medical clinic providing health care to the homeless community in NSW is calling on doctors, nurses, physios and other medical volunteers.
Genomics is the focus for the first day of the annual health data conference of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH), HealthData21.
Researchers have identified distinct chemical 'signatures' for concussion in the spit of elite male rugby players.
Following Rare Diseases Day, we shine a spotlight on childhood dementia, which affects 2300 children in Australia.
Researchers have developed a model that predicts the biological age of bones, estimating an individual's risk of bone fracture and premature death.
A patent has been filed for advanced magnetic resonance technology that can detect the pathological signature of COVID-19 without relying on direct detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
A German study indicates that COVID-19 infection can cause increased sperm cell death, inflammation and oxidative stress, resulting in lower sperm quality and potentially reducing fertility.
Bionics innovations are changing the lives of people around the world who live with complex disabilities, chronic diseases and previously untreatable health conditions.