New research, released by Cancer Council, has highlighted the immense collective health impact of rare cancers on the Australian population.
The National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) has released a significant new chart that provides guidance for the use of preventer and reliever combinations in an emergency.
The number of people with hypertension has doubled, and around a third of adults aged 30–79 have the condition — 1.28 billion people worldwide.
Increased hygiene frequency can cause dry, cracked skin which compromises skin integrity. Bactol Sanitisers can help alleviate this problem in two ways.
A new antimalarial drug candidate, discovered by WEHI and global biopharmaceutical company MSD, has entered Phase 1 clinical testing in healthy participants.
New research evaluating the potential cost savings of a therapy for babies displaying early autism signs has predicted a three-dollar return to Australia's National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for every dollar invested in therapy.
Patients with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) often show cognitive deficits, but these have traditionally been attributed to comorbidities such as systemic hypertension, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, and type 2 diabetes.
Anna Peeters from Deakin University reflects on the challenge of obesity — her current focus — and the role of health systems and environments in improving outcomes.
The rising number of flu cases across the country is set to put further pressure on our healthcare system, which is already thought to be close to breaking point.
The boundaries of the pharmacy profession are shifting in Australia, which presents a fantastic opportunity.
The federal government has increased the commitment for endometriosis and pelvic pain clinics across all states and territories from 16 to 20.
An artificial intelligence (AI) tool to improve the safe use of intravenous heparin is being developed by researchers at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH).
A painful lung disease caused by inhaling harmful levels of silica dust, silicosis is costing Australian tradies their jobs and, ultimately, their lives.