A University of Queensland study has found skin with few visible freckles or blemishes may still carry sun-damaged DNA mutations that can trigger cancer.
One in every eight of the 20- to 39-year-old participants were found to have some kind of mental illness, including depression, anxiety and insomnia.
Queensland Health has issued a warning against taking illegally sourced drugs following the seizure of counterfeit medications containing life-threatening substances.
Children with an inoperable type of brain cancer may benefit from an advanced immunotherapy treatment, according to new research.
A new treatment has helped long-term sufferers of chronic back pain experience significant reductions in pain and related disability.
In a new study, Yale scientists have identified the immune signature of heart inflammation cases related to the mRNa vaccines.
The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia has introduced resources and publishing opportunities for Residents, Technicians and Early Career Pharmacists.
The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) has called on the Health Minister to further engage with all pharmacy stakeholders.
In developing nations, a single iron infusion can significantly reduce iron deficiency in pregnant women when compared with daily tablets.
A new study suggests that beta-blockers could enhance the effect of anthracycline chemotherapy in triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) by reducing metastasis.
The new technology in the cardiac catheterisation lab is designed to provide a clearer picture for doctors and lessen the amount of radiation present.
The federal government has announced $50 million in funding for research into post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) — commonly known as long COVID.
A study exploring new ways to fight anaemia in developing nations has found a single iron infusion can significantly reduce iron deficiency in pregnant women, compared with daily tablets.
A recent study suggests the artificial intelligence (AI) decision support software EchoSolv could help cardiologists diagnose aortic stenosis (AS).