Quality-of-life data collected from women before and after childbirth is helping Mater Mothers' Hospital advance towards value-based maternity care.
New nanobiotechnology has demonstrated a remarkable ability to battle one of the most invasive and resistant fungal infections — Candida albicans.
The Cataract Clinical Care Standard will help to ensure decisions about cataract surgery are more consistent nationally and based on clinical need.
More than a quarter of a million Australians have faulty heart valves and are at risk of serious complications, and don't know it.
CRISPR-based COVID tests are emerging as powerful alternatives to conventional diagnostics due to their speed and simplicity.
The RACGP is also urging patients to receive both COVID-19 vaccine doses from the same vaccinator.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the TGA approval would provide another shot in the arm for Australia's vaccination rollout.
An antenatal care program delivered by telehealth has demonstrated a level of care provision that is as good as a face-to-face consultation.
For the first time since its development in 1999, Australia's National Medicines Policy is set for review.
Australia needs a comprehensive, coordinated approach to overdose prevention by national and state governments and professional groups.
Genomic medicine has the potential to make diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases more efficient and effective, supporting new therapeutic options.
Changes to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout have been welcomed by The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Australia can safely begin to 'live with COVID' when 80% of the population is vaccinated.
ENA Respiratory is seeking 100 healthy Sydneysiders to participate in a phase I study of its anti-COVID-19 nasal spray.
Cancer experts are calling for greater access to advanced scalp-cooling technology for women undergoing chemotherapy in a bid to reduce the impact of treatment-related hair loss.