A new Australian tool offers hope to Parkinson's sufferers globally.
Let there be light: more accurate blood pressure measure uses light pulses
A woman's stomach pain had an unusual source.
Changes in the skin tissue of dementia patients make them more vulnerable to the development of pressure ulcers.
First direct evidence that abnormal protein in Parkinson's disease triggers immune response.
Researchers have identified a unique feature of cancer stem cells that can be exploited to kill the deadly cells thought to be the reason that cancer comes back after therapy.
Doctors should be aware that psychological factors could lead them to suggest medical interventions of little or no value to patients, according to a review on clinical decision-making published in the Medical Journal of Australia.
Researchers at the University of Queensland have reviewed the key genes affecting pigmentation, in what could be the first step towards using genomics to identify patients genetically predisposed to skin cancer.
The Public Health Association of Australia joins with the broader community in farewelling Basil Hetzel AC, an international giant in public health, who died on 4 February.
Hi-tech fibres for the high demands of infection prevention and control.
Workplace related injuries are costing the Australian economy an estimated $60.6bn each year, The Konekt Market Report has found.
The recent study in Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene found that medical staff using mobile phones in hospitals help spread bugs through constant handling and poor cleaning habits.
5.2.1 Ensuring that the services you provide are necessary and likely to benefit the patient. 5.2.2 Upholding the patient’s right to gain access to the necessary level of healthcare and, whenever possible, helping them to do so. 5.2.3 Supporting the transparent and equitable allocation of healthcare resources. 5.2.4 Understanding that your use of resources can affect the access other patients have to healthcare resources.