A new type of medical examination glove has built-in antimicrobial technology that is proven to prevent the spread of infection.
Inspired by his young daughter undergoing chemo, a tradie Dad and his mate have designed superhero hospital gowns for sick children.
It seems nurses are doing a better job than doctors at identifying colorectal cancer.
A woman has been cancer-free for two years after her immune system was tweaked to destroy the disease. The treatment offers hope to other late-stage patients.
Researchers have developed a simple blood test that can predict a pregnant woman's delivery date.
A new manufacturing research partnership is aiming to develop solutions for harmful biofilm infections, which can cause morbidity in humans and animals.
Tonsil and adenoid removal has been associated with significantly increased long-term risks of respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases.
Hospital-acquired complications data on urinary tract infections is unreliable, and could result in hospitals being incorrectly financially penalised.
Australia has the highest rate of food allergies in the world, which is why researchers have launched a new, free app to help manage the risks.
A new program is offering grants to practice nurses committed to supporting immunisation initiatives.
A new study has found that some vitamin and mineral supplements may be detrimental, rather than beneficial, to your health.
In line with international trends, the Advancing of Australian Pharmacy Practice credential provides a pathway to improved outcomes for patients.
Patients with difficult-to-control asthma are experiencing greater symptom improvement on an eczema drug than on standard therapies.
A randomised trial finds ibuprofen is not a safe alternative to antibiotic treatment for urinary tract infection.
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